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EvergreenDan

EvergreenDan

4 hours ago, BillBuitenhuys said:

Not at all similar, IMO. To me, it tasted like very diluted Campari.

(re Peychaud's amaro) Ugh. Thanks for saving me.

 

BTW the Contralto Bitter is very good. I haven't compared it side-by-side with Campari yet though.

EvergreenDan

EvergreenDan

4 hours ago, BillBuitenhuys said:

Not at all similar, IMO. To me, it tasted like very diluted Campari.

(re Peychaud's amaro) Ugh.

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