February 16, 2011

DonQ Rums Arrive for Review

don_q.jpgSometimes it's like Christmas every week around here. Why do we say that, you ask? Are we tiptoeing around in footie pajamas, whispering to each other about what we'll find in our stockings tomorrow? Yes.

But it's also like Christmas because we often get beautifully-wrapped packages full of our favorite gift - booze. It's like the Fedex guy is our own personal Santa Claus. He doesn't like it when you try to sit in his lap though - we learned that the hard way.

The most recent package was a shipment of seven (yes, seven) bottles of DonQ rum, including their Limon, Mojito and Coco flavored rums, as well as Cristal, Gold, Anejo and Extra Anejo. Great Googly Moogly, we've got some tasting to do.

[image via Holiday Spirits Bazaar]

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at February 16, 2011 7:29 PM
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I love Don Q... the flavors are so good... and the Anejo is so smooth you can drink it as an aperitif...


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