November 3, 2005

Paula's Texas Orange Liqueur Arrives

Paula's Texas Orange LiqueurA couple weeks ago we found out about Paula's Texas Orange Liqueur, an orange-flavored liqueur based on Italy's lemoncello. We were pretty excited to try it out after our initial coverage, but we found out the Austin-based liqueur is currently only available in Texas.

It took a little doing, but we got our hands on a bottle, and we plan to review it as soon as possible. We keep hearing great things about the margaritas you can make with the stuff, and we'll make sure to mix it with some Tito's vodka since they're the ones who turned us on to Paula's. After a whiff of the orange-ness emanating from the Paula's bottle, we're expecting good things from that union.

Keep an eye out for the full review, and go to Paula's site for more information in the meantime.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at November 3, 2005 5:09 AM
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