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13 June 2007 @ 04:30 pm
KeKe  
Due to a power failure last Friday, the last of the bottle of KeKe Key Lime Pie Liqueur apparently met its end. This is very sad!1 In honor of its passing, I thought I'd share a few facts I'd gleaned.
  • The product description states "Taste the creamy flavor of Key Lime Pie with just a hint of graham." They might want to consider putting that last bit on the bottle, instead of just the website.

  • According to the Wikipedia article on it, it will not curdle, in contrast to most other cream-based liqueurs. They state that it can thusly be mixed with acidic mixers, such as beer and coffee. Yum!

  • Okay, it really wasn't that bad, but the whole graham liqueur concept is quite alarming. I think they should follow it up with other dessert liqueurs. If anyone wants to bankroll my 'Deep Fried Twinkie' liqueur concept, I'm currently accepting venture capital!


1Not really
 
 
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Araquan Skytracer: Fruity Oaty Bar-Octopusaraquan on June 13th, 2007 10:32 pm (UTC)
I have seen these deep-fried Twinkies. I have yet to try one however. Because I keep getting distracted by the deep-fried candy bars... c.c
Espresso: I KNOW!caffeinewabbit on June 14th, 2007 02:04 am (UTC)
Good Sir:

Should you ever create a process by which Deep Fried Twinkies could be fermented, distilled, bottled, and then enjoyed as a satisfying libation, I would feel it proper to build a monument in your likeness - most likely somewhere in the vicinity of Raleigh, North Carolina or Kansas City, Missouri.

Thank you for your time.
Giachetta Rigogliosa "Magnavixen" Ruciomagnavixen on June 14th, 2007 07:27 am (UTC)
I am uncertain now if I should rush out and buy this product, or avoid it given my meager booze budget.

I like Key Lime tho'.

--G.R.R.
Duncan da Husky: Mmmm...beerduncandahusky on June 14th, 2007 03:16 pm (UTC)
Don't. Trust me on this, just...don't.