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A Fine Bouquet

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A delicate sip, hold, & spit.

Do it again, 'til you know it's right.

Airing out to keep it nice,

Then covered, out of sight.

Bring it out, crack it open

Spin it round & round.

Graded well, you'll enjoy

The treasure you have found.

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Probably too obvious but it sounds like

a bottle of wine

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Probably too obvious but it sounds like

a bottle of wine

Well that is exactly ... the thing it's supposed to sound like, but *isn't*. ;)

There are a few subtle differences required if that were the answer.

This one's a tad on the esoteric knowledge side. (Where tad could possibly be a heaping helping. We shall see. -_- )

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Peppercons as you grind them into a soup or stew?

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Stealing the idea from Quag

Cheese... Parmesan cheese to be more specific.

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Peppercons as you grind them into a soup or stew?

Stealing the idea from Quag

Cheese... Parmesan cheese to be more specific.

Neither of those. (even when not specific)

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culture?

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Shashlik (or even a simple shish kebab)?

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culture?

No, I prefer more something more unrefined in this case. ^_^

Shashlik (or even a simple shish kebab)?

Not that DD.

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a sword?

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It sounds a little like

baking bread...

first three lines refer to proofing the yeast

fourth to allowing the dough to sit after a first mixing

fifth and sixth to a second kneading before baking

although I'm not sure if dough or bread is "graded", unless grade is used as a synonym for scored and is referring to a slice down a middle of a loaf of bread

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a sword?

It sounds a little like

baking bread...

first three lines refer to proofing the yeast

fourth to allowing the dough to sit after a first mixing

fifth and sixth to a second kneading before baking

although I'm not sure if dough or bread is "graded", unless grade is used as a synonym for scored and is referring to a slice down a middle of a loaf of bread

Sorry guys, neither of those.

(Plasmid, I did one of those WAAAY back when.)

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Is it

bubblegum?

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Is it

bubblegum?

It is not that snappy - or chewey.

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Ok, this one is driving me crazy cause the most logical answers Wine and Cheese have been ruled out. I'll try some more tonight when i get back to work. but for now, i'm gonna guess "Coconut" ? Yes random i know. lol

My guess.

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beer?

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honey, honey?

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Ok, this one is driving me crazy cause the most logical answers Wine and Cheese have been ruled out. I'll try some more tonight when i get back to work. but for now, i'm gonna guess "Coconut" ? Yes random i know. lol

My guess.

beer?

honey, honey?

PG takes takes this one, boys!

Am away for the weekend, but will post an explanation tomorrow. :)

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As promised -

Honey

(Honey) Bees make honey by gathering sugary flower nectar, then ingesting & regurgitating it many times.

After it's "right", the partially-digested nectar is stored in honeycombs and fanned by bees' wings to evaporate the water.

- This concentrates the sugars to a point that bacteria, mold, & yeasts won't grow or ferment.

Covered by wax for "long term" storage.

After taking out the honeycomb, the surface wax is carefully broken open (uncapped)

& the comb is placed in a centrifuge-like device and spun to remove the honey

Honey grades based on quality

Honey is sometimes known as "Liquid gold"

Honey can vary based on flower the nectar is taken from, color, amount of filtration, and various other parameters

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