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Alcohol balls

Have you tried molecular gastronomy cocktails?? Like giant orbeez filled/made with alcohol 🍸

Everything Sweet Woodruff (Gallium Odoratum)

Bear with me – this is fairly unknown in the rest of the world. Woodruff-flavoured things exist mainly in Germany, as well as some countries to the east of it. In Germany it’s called “Waldmeister” (Master of the woods). It has a unique, relatively mild taste and is used in everything from sweets to schnapps. The actual plant is mildly toxic in high concentrations, and while totally fine in amounts used to flavour food, many manufacturers have switched to using aromas imitating the taste and smell of real sweet woodruff. Most woodruff products tend to be green in colour.

Very well known products incorporating sweet woodruff:
– Berliner Weisse (Beer)
– Götterspeise mit Waldmeister-Geschmack (Woodruff Jelly)
– Multiple Haribo sweets (most commonly Haribo Waldgeister)
– Drink syrups
– Ahoy-Brause (soda powder to dissolve in water, but honestly, most german kids dip their finger in it and lick the powder off)
– Maibowle (“May Wine”, similar to mulled wine but with fruits and sweet woodruff – this one’s a real specialty)
– Soda/Pop/Lemonade
– Alcohol (shots, Berentzen Schnapps, etc)
– Tea
– Ice Cream (particularly soft-serve from street vendors)
– Ice lollies (fun fact: German rocket lollies, instead of the yellow pineapple part, have a green woodruff part)

As a German who moved to England 10 years ago, it’s a taste I quite miss. No one’s ever heard of it over here – they gave it out at a German international convention and friends came back raving about “that green stuff”.

You can find images of a ton of German woodruff products below this article:

Waldmeister-Aroma in Wackelpudding, Brausepulver und Bonbons

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Irish People Try Spanish Sherry!

Irish people try various varieties of Spanish sherry: Cream, Fino, Oloroso, Amontillado, and Brandy.

All of the Spanish sherry wineries will offer each of these. Wineries you might contact for this feature would be Gonzalez-Byass, Sandeman, or Williams & Humbert.

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Irish People Try Dansk Mjod

Our Tryers taste test several offerings from Dansk Mjod Mead!

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Irish People Try California Wines

Irish people trying quality wines from California. And not the generic wine brands tried in the “American Wine” video, but good wine from small Northern-California vintners.

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try channel tries.. Rock band alcohol

You’ve tried famous people alcohol, now try Rock group drinks, Such as:
Iron Maiden Trooper
Motorhead Pilsner
ACDC Tequila
Rammstein Vodka
The Police Wine
Scorpions whisky

Irish People try the Four Horsemen shot.

The four horse man is equal parts Jack Daniels, Johnny Walker, Jameson, and Jim Beam. There are different variations depending on other liquors added. The main one they have to try is The four horsemen gone hunting in Mexico. Which consists of the four alcohols mentioned earlier as well as Patron and Wild Turkey bourbon. The main reactor I would like to see is Ciara to put that iron stomach to the test.

Irish People Try Canadian Maple Flavoured Alcohol

I would love to see you beautiful people try some our Canadian maple alcohol such as Sortilège, Crown Royal, Coureur des bois, etc. Maybe maple whisky is something that Justine Stafford could actually enjoy instead of making a face 😉

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Forget Tide pods, try Glenlivet Scotch pods

Forget Tide pods, try Glenlivet Scotch pods!
Alcohol in an edible pod. No glass needed to take a shot at these.