AlexR wrote:Hey, why not have a "wine & eroticism" thread?
Could take us places we never dreamt of...
Howie Hart wrote:A fine Job. That makes me want to try this wine. Thanks for posting and we're looking forward to more!
JoePerry wrote:This forum needs more tasting notes like this, and America needs more sherry-lovers like you.
Keep up the good work.
What a great TN. If I were that verbose, I'd use up all the ///'s in my computer!!
You make it sound like a life-changing experience. More notes like that and Robin's Site here is gonna become XXX-rated!! You probably wouldn't want to try it has a perfume...it gets sorta sticky as it dries.
I've had this sherry and it is's a good an example of a PaloCortado as I've ever had;
though not sure I have the writing skills to use those words.
Thanks for sharing the note with us. Indeed...an auspicuous debut!!
I've enjoyed "meeting" you on the Sunday chat and am very impressed by your first contribution.
Keep up the good work,
All the best,
Carl Eppig (Middleton, NH wrote:Got me excited in more ways than one!
David Lole wrote:Closest thing I've read to sex in a glass!
Excellent first-up tasting note, Deborah! Congratulations.
Hope to see you in chat next Monday morning .... err ..... Sunday arvo' ...... whenever ......
James Roscoe wrote:This is the first TN I would describe as titilating. That's a good thing. Well done Deborah. I wish I could write like that. It almost makes me want to try sherry again. Maybe if you were pouring it... Oh wait, it's not that kind of forum!
OW Holmes wrote:I see an incredibly sexy woman standing in the shadows, a hat brim casting a shadow over most of her face, but not her luscious lips. She is speaking these words in a low, slow, sultry voice: "precious topaz; a shimmering pool of Jurassic amber"..."the scent continued to cling to me like a rare and expensive perfume" ..."like a first serious kiss, embued with a passion that communicates understanding".... And I see it all in black and white, kind of like a Bogart film. And I love it. More!!! MORE!!!!
Deborah Ackerman wrote:Compelling you to try this wine was exactly what I hoped to accomplish
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