Home Blog Post Freaky Friday... Blog Post Freaky Friday By Larry-Lambert - January 6, 2017 99 18 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Question: What will the signature beverage at the White Wolf Mine be? We will also pour a cold glass of pure, ice cold, water, fresh from the inside of the mountain to the tap. And while if you live in a city, that may not be familiar to you, it’s a wonderful thing. Aspiration: Clarifying the Situation: RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Blog Post Just Another Manic Monday... Blog Post Open Forum – Sunday... Blog Post Another Domino Drops 18 COMMENTS Sounds like heaven. Do you have another tap that comes straight out of the mountain that dispenses beer? Ice cold? It may be necessary to figure that one out – for the sake of survival. I got this one, LL: just shove a bunch of Bavarian monks into a cave in the side of the mountain, and instruct them to get busy. Nice looking Wolf Latte, LL, but I like Fredd's beer solution too. Beer is good, but vodka is better. BTW be careful with the yellow latte around that husky 😉 Yup, you got a problem, I got a solution. Even if I don't have one at the ready, I can just pull one out of my, uh,.. files. Extra dry Beefeater martini (otherwise known as a glass of gin with olives.) Debbie Downer here. Have you tested that water? Water coming out of a mine can have some interesting minerals mixed in. That's an excellent idea. We can stuff them into the mine and not let them out until the "brew is true"… Never eat yellow snow, Cube — never. The well produces EXCELLENT and tested water. Juniper berries (the source of gin) are abundant further down the hill. Home-grown olives would be far more difficult. I'd have to go as far as Phoenix. Not to worry – I'll bring some. I'll also bring pickled mushrooms, peperoncini, and elite pickles for variety. Now THAT is some creative cappuccino! It's high art. Mountain water always seems to taste better. Not a frothy fruffy drinker, regular coffee for me. Excellent water. You are blessed. There's nothing quite so good as clear, fresh, cold mountain water. Comments are closed.