Organic Booze? Drink Up, Hippie
Looking to get drunk, but afraid of all the creepy chemicals that might make it into your Mai Tai? Maybe you should think about getting yourself some organic booze or beer - sometimes it's a little more expensive, but you can drink all you want without your typical fear of imbibing a pesticide cocktail.
Read on to find out about all kinds of organic liquors, including Rum, Vodka, Gin and Beer.
Papagayo organic rums (plain and spiced), the world's first, come from a remote region in Paraguay. A project started in 1993 helped the local farmers, now some 800+, cultivate organic sugar cane. Because their crops are now ITFA certified the farmers benefit from higher prices, are educated in all aspects of farming, and the land benefits from being planted organically. These single estate rums hold their own in the taste department.
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Posted by Jake Jamieson at April 25, 2006 7:22 AM
I haven't tried the organic booze but I did try an organic, sulfite-free wine once many years ago. I can attest that I had one of the nastiest, vilest drunk sicks and hangovers that I've experienced in over two decades of drinking.