Wierdest Wine you tried?

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  1. 8692574, May 16, 2017
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    As per title,and inspired by the coffee thread, what is the wierdest wine you ever tried?

    I tried both this sparkling Blue Prosecco Blumond Blue Sparkling Wine and the Blue Gik, of the two the one I would recommend is the first, because it is sparkling and it taste better, also it is easier to mix with different kind of food.

    It is a cool conversation starter and definetly worth a try.

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    So what Wine would you suggest I try?
     
  2. 960design macrumors 68020

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    I suggest ( tongue in cheek ) that you change to port.
    Weirdest wine was a jalapeno red wine, many years ago. Cannot remember the name, but it was not a good idea.
     
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    Was it this one?

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  4. chown33 macrumors 604

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    Klingon bloodwine.

    As a novelty: Qapla'!
    As a beverage: Meh
     
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    I tried Romulan Ale some time ago – well, it said it was Romulan Ale, but at a pithy less-than-5% it couldn't have been further from it. Tasted like crap too.

    At least if it was 180 proof the taste wouldn't matter, as I'd only use it for medicinal purposes.
     
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    Wow! Yes! That is the one! Neighbor brought it over and said I had to try it. Had we not drank two bottles it may have been better. :)

    I now stick mostly to just port, or occassionally a very good beer: Rochefort 10, Westvleteren 12 or a local mico Boggy Bayou Stout.
     
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    Is it limited only to wine? Because I've tried some home brew stuff from an old buddy of my Grandpa once. The man had a home made distillery (red flag #2. Red flag #1 was being an old buddy of Gramps:p). Gramps and his buddy was enjoying some of that home brewed hooch. It didn't seem to affect them much. If nothing else, they seem to enjoy it. They offered me a small cup. "Don't tell your Dad.";):D

    Well, if two feeble, old men can handle drink that stuff, a strapping lad of 19 (at the time) can too. I took a swig. Good Gawd, it felt like drinking liquid fire.:(:(:( I distinctly recall Gramps clapping my back and saying, "Don't worry, son. You'll be able to talk again in a day or two. Hahahahaaaaa."
     
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    Well I suppose we can speak about beer too, but I am more interested in "weird wines :p", especially since there are lots of "home brewery" so chances are there are millions of different beers / alcoholics , with wine it "should" be a little more limited...

    But yeah interested in that as well, thanks for the contribution.
     
  9. jtara macrumors 65816

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    Mine's pretty mundane.

    Retsina.

    Oooooopaaa!
     

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