October 31, 2006

Garlic Vodka - Just In Time For Halloween

Garlic VodkaLooking to get drunk and keep vampires away at the same time? So are we! Luckily, we've stumbled across YAT garlic-flavored vodka over at Bottle Watch. YAT also comes in horseradish flavor, and while we don't know what kinds of ghouls horseradish keeps at bay, it sounds like it'd be interesting in a bloody mary.

The company recommends YAT with Horseradish with meat dishes, "for instance jellied tongue or herring seasoned with spring onions". They recommend the YAT with Garlic as something to keep you warm during those cold Russian winters.
YAT Vodka (via Bottle Watch)

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at October 31, 2006 8:38 AM
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Not so sure about the garlic but I think horseradish flavor sounds excellent!!


Posted by: Nicole at October 31, 2006 11:58 AM
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