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August 14, 2007



Aww, how sweet is that! And it sounds delish. That Keckler is a peach.


At least we all have one each now, and we also know where all the secret stockists in the entire bay area are, who all only carry one bottle at a time each, so with apologies to any other readers out there who are interested - I am sorry but I ain't telling. Its so easy to drink, I don't think it will be too long before I need another bottle and I don't want them ot be all sold out.


I've had wine made from the elderflowers when I was in Austria, but not a liqueur. Interesting! I'll have to check out BevMo to see if they have the wine, too - I've been dreaming of it ever since I tasted it! Thanks for the idea!


Thanks so much for being the inspiration Catherine! It sounds like something I would love, so I found two bottles at the BevMo in Albany. It seems there is enough to go around!

Mary L.

I'm not much of a drinker but I do like exotic cordials.
I recently discovered St. Germain when I bought a small 'taster' bottle at the local Richmond, VA ABC store.
HEAVENLY! It has the fragrance of roses, has a slightly spicy honeyed taste with a bit of grapefuit. The taste of honey lingers on my lips long after I finish the drink. I am addicted and in love!
I just splurged and bought myself a beautiful bottle.
And you're right; it does resemble TEJ but with out the goaty aftertaste!
I'll try your cocktail!

Paula Maack

I love the gorgeous Belle Epoque ads for this liqueur. I have yet to try it, but I love elderberry honeywine (mead), and your description (and Mary's) of St. Germain's liqueur sounds heavenly.

I will have to go out and buy a bottle, post haste! I'm sold.

I can't wait to try out your tasty cocktails, too! They sound yummy!!


~ Paula
(from Ambrosia Quest)

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