Sunday, October 24, 2010

Rose Liquor

I really like odd and unique shaped bottles.  Always have and don't know why.  This past spring when we were in Germany, the Trout and I came across a little distillery where you could sample just about anything your little heart desired.  Always thinking with a practical vice around my heart, I knew we had little room for anything breakable.  But, can you imagine?  Of all the flavors of liquors in this tiny place, the one that struck both of us was Rose Liquor?

It hits your tongue with a perfume that is very strong and then it lingers on the tongue for a long time.  WOW!  This was very DIFFERENT.  We bought this small bottle (I also liked the shape) and last evening, we had our first opening and taste.

Just a little taste..I have to make it last.  And then we started imagining where we could use it.  Like in a flavoring for a white frosting on a cake, a vanilla pudding, frosting on a sweet roll.   Or, just another sip after a good dinner. 

14 comments:

  1. I love the color as well as the bottle. I'm a "save it and make it last person." Sounds like you've got a real winner here.
    Sam

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  2. That sounds so yummy, perhaps we could track down a recipe somewhere :-) Diane

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  3. Oh, I'd have to keep this just for sipping. Looks so pretty and I bet it was wonderful!

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  4. What a wonderful memory of your trip. I love the bottle too!

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  5. Hi, Susan! Thank you for the kind words you left on my blog! It means so much to me to hear from you!

    I hope you have a very blessed day!

    Andrea

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  6. Cute bottle, and the red coloring is beautiful. Makes me want to take a sip . . . there are so many liqueurs I want to try, if it weren't for the cost! =)

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  7. The color is so beautiful....I must look for this.

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  8. that looks so good..and pretty..and YES!!! Teddy is helping to mend a very broken heart...
    i'll give him a hug from you

    :-)

    kary and teddy
    xxx

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  9. I have a thing for uniquely shaped bottles as well. This one is lovely and the liquor sounds delicious too!

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  10. Yum...looks and sound devine. I totally understand your interest in bottles, I'm drawn to interesting looking "bowls" for some strange reason. Can't figure it out, but when I'm in a kitchen shop my eye goes straight to a cute bowl. lol

    :)

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  11. What a lovely carafe and the liquor sounds delicious, especially after dinner!

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  12. What a lovely memento of your trip. You'll have such sweet memories each time you taste it.

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  13. This sounds quite interesting! Lovely bottle!

    Enjoy each sip!

    Becky

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  14. Glad you are back in Florida and settling in. I may plant a small garden when we get back in two weeks. Love your beautiful bottle.

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