Menu for launch party of the Forbidden Territory

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Menu for launch party of the Forbidden Territory

Post by Darren » Sun 25 Oct, 2015 21:51:52

This wonderful museum of ours just gets better and better. What an amazing discovery featured in the latest "What's New?" section, and what a menu!! . I love my drink and I wish I could partake in that selection.

And as for the late Empress Eugenie's cellar - take a look at it: https://www.relaischateaux.com/us/spain ... odearteaga

Congratulations on an amazing website, Charles. :smt030
Regards,

Darren.

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Post by Charles » Sun 25 Oct, 2015 22:58:01

Thanks for that Darren - it's comments like that that make the venture worthwhile.

See you Friday !
Charles

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Post by shanedwyer » Mon 26 Oct, 2015 15:09:30

It is a bit of a find, isn't it? So let me add my thanks for your brilliant detective work Charles. I've always been intrigued by what they served up at the fabled Hungaria, so, with gratitude, I'll be off in a moment to google those recondite dishes.

However, I can't share your delight Darren at that heady drinks menu. I'm fond of a gargle myself, but my taste in booze is crude to the point of philistinism. I can't stand that industrial-chemical muck, vodka; and the saccharine cascade of sherry, sweet wine and liqueurs that follows the Baron Rosen would leave me gagging. If pressed, I might take a glass of the Bordeaux and it'd be mendacity to say I'd turn my nose up at the cognac. However, if in some alternate universe, I were a guest at that luncheon, I'm sure I'd be embarrassing the company by asking for a pint of Carlsberg. ;)

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