December 7, 2006

Paula's Texas Lemon Liqueur

Paula's Texas Lemon LiqueurWe don't drink a lot of liqueurs in these parts, mostly because we find them to be too sweet. Well, that and the fact that we like our liquor to make us grimace - you have to pay for the buzz, y'know. One exception to this rule was Paula's Texas Orange, an orange liqueur that tasted just like oranges without hitting our sugar button. We've just found out about a new liqueur from our friend Paula, a lemon concoction similar to Italy's limoncellos.

We've got a bottle on the way, and we're looking forward to trying it out, especially to try out some of the cocktail recipes we found on their site. Until we can get our review up, learn more about it at Paula's Texas Lemon.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at December 7, 2006 6:48 AM
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