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magdlena at texas.net
Wed Dec 23 10:57:01 PST 1998
> My name is Gwen Morse, and I'm very new to cordial making. I plan to start
> brewing mead during the New Year (so many activities, so little time).
> I'm here because most
> of the help I got so far was from Ansteorrans, and so it made sense to join
> this list. If it's limited to locals, just let me know, and I'll unsubscribe.
Nope. Stick around, make friends, learn lots.
> You can find
> information on these cordials in my web pages (link below in .sig) if
> you're actually curious :).
I was. ;> When the time comes, I'd love to hear how the burst o'berry cordial
turns out. It sounds delicious. Do try pomegranate cordial. It's _very_ good.
> My first love is garb, but, I'm always looking for something "new" that has
> a trade-able component to it. Enter mixing cordials and making mead...
Try a cyser sometime. That's a mead with a cider base instead of a water base.
They are _very_ good, and are drinkable sooner. I noticed that several of your
cordial recipes included apple juice, so I thought that I'd suggest cysers.
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