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Wild Turkey 81

Value brand/expression. I won’t say disappointing, but I would have expected better from Wild Turkey.

  • Rating: 7
  • Value: 6

The Cocktail Competition Handbook

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I wish this was written years ago. Would have saved me a lot of headaches .
It would also have been a huge benefit to some of the competitors I have seen over the many years of being a judge at competitions

  • Rating: 9
  • Value: 9

Yeti Rambler 30 Ounce Tumbler

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Finally a classy alternative to  plastic cups poolside where glass is not allowed. Keeps drinks hot or cold for hours, impress hipsters and rednecks alike, not an easy trick to do !

  • Rating: 9
  • Value: 8

Lunazul Primero Tequila

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A very interesting and complex tequila. A touch odd , but I always enjoy the unusual

  • Rating: 8
  • Value: 9

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