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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.

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Texas alcohol

They try different drinks made/established in Texas. Wines, beers, cocktails, hard liquor, etc

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The Native Californian

Hi!

I have basically binged most of your episodes so far in the last couple of weeks. I figure there are a couple of suggestions/things I could send.

1. Sour candies: Sour skittles, sour starburst, warheads (truly sour), sour straws
2. California craft brews (including a peanut butter stout for Dermot)
3. Napa Cali wines, I just saw the American wines, most from California, and those were shite wines. I’m located close to some amazing wineries and could get you some really good wines. (Hell, my best friends middle name is Napa)
4. Completely random, but my grandfather left me a stash of 70+ year old alcohol, ranging from Canadian whiskey, Jim bean, and Hennessy. My uncle lives in Ireland and I could plan a trip and jsut pack that stuff with me for you guys to taste.

No matter what, love the videos!\\

(P.S. I would like to point out I tried uploading a photo of 70+ year old Canadian whiskey but no “format” seems to work)

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Icelandic food

Iceland has a number of both delicious and horrible traditional foods. Hakarl, fermented shark, is the most famous – usually eaten with a shot of Brennevin (caraway liquor, very strong!). Also in the horrible side is sheep’s head, though that may be more difficult to obtain. On the cusp between horrible and nice is Skyr – a sour, thin cheese that’s almost a yogurt. Then on the nice side is Kjötsúpa, (lamb stew), and then Icelandic hot dogs.

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Irish people try Scotch

Take a tour of the main regions scotch whisky is distilled in (Lowlands, Campbeltown, Highlands, Speyside, the Islands, and Islay). See if they can taste what makes each region distinctive. But be warned, do not start with Islay or you won’t be able to taste anything else for the whole segment.

I did a tasting like this paired with chocolate and I used the following scotches in this order: Auchentoshan(Lowlands), Aberlour(Speyside), Dalmore(Highlands), Springbank(Campbeltown), Highland Park(Islands), Kilchoman(Islay). However, I think you should replace the Kilchoman with Ardbeg, it’s a bit more smokey and peaty and will have them loving life.

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A Chicago right of passage, try Jeppson’s Malört.

I would love to see the cast try this liquor. As is tradition I would buy the bottle as well.

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Northwest USA IPAs

Try a few good (in my opinion) IPAs from the Northwest United States.
Pelican Brewing Beak Breaker Double IPA

Beak Breaker

Georgetown Brewing Bodhizafa IPA
https://georgetownbeer.com/beer/details/bodhizafa-ipa

Elysian Brewing Space Dust IP https://www.elysianbrewing.com/beer/A

Icicle Brewing Company Bootjack IPA https://iciclebrewing.com

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Irish People Try Swedish Alcohol

Some alcohol to try:
Bäska Droppar.
Oppigårds (choose whichever one that you can find).
Gotlands Bryggeri – Wisby Pils.
O.P Anderson Aquavit.

And lots more of course!