A nice fruity bouquet, wonderful legs, earthy structure, revealing layers of ripe berries, currants and vanilla oak. If the answer to either of these questions is “yes,” then Trek’n Eat has the product for you: powdered wine. Fur­ther­more, what are you sup­posed to drink it out of? ugh. They have every­thing from Pinot to Cab, Shi­raz to Mosca­to. And that’s all before con­sid­er­ing the added weight. Required fields are marked *. 'A nice fruity bouquet, wonderful legs, earthy structure, revealing layers of ripe berries, currants and vanilla oak.' These aren't the words I would use. i can’t say that i’ve ever tasted dandruff to spot the linkage, but the idea of dandruff pop-rocks really doesn’t sound too appealing. Instead, just add some water from your cache and you’re set to go. Per­pet­u­al Kid’s VINO2GO Wine Sip­py CupIf you just can’t warm up to the idea of drink­ing wine from a box or pouch or if you want some­thing a lit­tle clos­er to “classy” to drink out of, you might con­sid­er the Wine Sip­py Cup. Bota Box WineA classier, more eco-friend­ly take on the tra­di­tion­al boxed wine, Bota Box car­ries a whole line of vino for the out­doorsy oenophiles out there. Thankfully Germany is more evolved in some ways than America. You adventurous types out there will have to let me know how it is. As with every­thing you do while back­pack­ing, please remem­ber to know your lim­its and be respon­si­ble, espe­cial­ly on cold­er nights as alco­hol can low­er your body tem­per­a­ture very quickly. Can't be bad, right? Along with their tra­di­tion­al glass bot­tle, they also make a stain­less steel vari­ety for the out­doorsy. Like every­thing else, it’s BPA-free and will hold up to 10oz. I'm bet it's no Leonetti, but I sure want to give it a try to see how bad it tastes. Can be re-filled with H2O for the hike out if trail water is scarce. It also has a wide mouth, so once you need to rehy­drate, you can attach a water fil­ter to it fair­ly eas­i­ly. Needless to say this sucker won't be going in my pack on a trip anytime soon. Luck­i­ly, some inno­v­a­tive brew­eries, winer­ies, and oth­er com­pa­nies have made it eas­i­er to enjoy your favorite spir­its in the wild. © 2009 - 2020 The Clymb. Emptying the powder into a bowl, it has a distinctive musty smell – kind of like old cork. If the answer to either of these questions is “yes,” then Trek’n Eat has the product for you: powdered wine. Without revealing my sources lets just say I had some dehydrated wine appear at my home one day last week. Perhaps it's a vintage year? I’m pretty sure this would make the world’s best care package though. No more lugging those heavy bottles in, Jeanne. You should try the white wine version, it’s like fizzy dandruff! I was rather hoping it would make more than this but I'm still hopeful maybe the powder/liquid ratio helps the alcohol content, and the taste will be more divine this way. You aren’t doing the envi­ron­ment any favors by seek­ing out a prod­uct that comes in a sin­gle-use plas­tic bot­tle but after pol­ish­ing off the last of its con­tents in your tent on a cold and rainy night in the Cas­cades you will think of anoth­er use for it. Your email address will not be published. This entry was posted in Backpacking, Food Reviews on September 24, 2008 by brett. One box serves as much wine as four bot­tles, and you don’t have to wor­ry about glass or corkscrews. This red wine can be easily toted in its lightweight dry form. Do it for you country…or for the good of humanity. Thanks to the FDA… only available for shipment in the EU. It may dehy­drate you, but there are few things bet­ter about a back­pack­ing trip than sit­ting back at the end of the day and reflect­ing on your con­quests (and those to come) with a bit of the strong stuff. The prob­lem is, how can you man­age to get it out there in the mid­dle of nowhere with­out ruin­ing it or let­ting it get warm? Good To Go Thai Curry. And that’s all before con­sid­er­ing the added weight. Please? I just looked at Katadyn’s website, but they don’t sell it online. So we started looking for dehydrated wine. Add water and you have wine with 8.2% alcohol content. If you follow the link in the post and change the language to English, you can buy the wine online from the German website. How to Pack Ultralight for the West Coast Trail in under 10lbs. It's dehydrated wine for heavens sake – cut it some slack. Unlike oth­er “pow­der beers,” it actu­al­ly keeps its alco­hol con­tent because of an “inno­v­a­tive and mod­ern process (patent pend­ing)”, accord­ing to their web­site. Add water and you have wine with 8.2% alcohol content. The plas­tic Rich & Rare Reserve con­tain­er is vir­tu­al­ly inde­struc­tible and comes stan­dard with a non-refill­able fit­ment piece in the neck that helps ensure a smooth pour but also enables you to send the con­tents shoot­ing out at great speeds in a pow­er­ful con­cen­trat­ed spray when­ev­er you squeeze the bot­tle. It taste just like the 80 proof that we normally buy but goes twice as far. My wife and I were just sitting here after a 10 mile hike today discussing how we were going to deal with no wine when we did the AT. There is even a stronger version that I have not tried. It’s BPA-free (isn’t every­thing these days? I wouldn’t wish it on my worst enemy. I try and overlook the rotting beetroot smell as I bring the glass to my lips for the taste test mind over matter, I really really want this to work out. Weighing in a 2.1 oz – considerably less than your average 1 liter bottle, it's looking good so far. Thanks for all the great info! Sounds too good to be true… take a a little glacier melt water, warm up to room temperature, stir and mix with the powder… and presto! of wine. ), and just like any good ther­mos, it works for hot liq­uids, too. Not sure we’ll be stocking this anytime soon. These aren't the words I would use. Your email address will not be published. It keeps Bob interested (he gets bored easily) and I get to go hiking more often. The box­es are made of recy­cled paper and use soy based ink as opposed to petro­le­um based, and the bag is BPA-free. An empty platypus (1 liter) works great, with the screw cap securely tightened. Hey Brett, I might be interested in buying one of those from you! I tried really hard – but the following is the BEST I could come up with. ( : Would you reveal your source of powdered red wine to a wine-o whose wine-o best friend is in the Peace Corps in Africa for two years, sneaking the occasional ziplog bag of gin by her Muslim host family as a sorry substitute? The com­pa­ny claims that it has a craft beer-like qual­i­ty, so beer snobs shouldn’t be dis­ap­point­ed in the taste, either. . It's dehydrated wine for heavens sake – cut it some slack. Your email address will not be published. First the goods – comes nicely packaged in a foil pouch. Like the Climber Pouch, Bota Box claims that their prod­uct will stay fresh for rough­ly a month because it isn’t exposed to light or air. Rich & Rare Reserve (in the plas­tic bottle). Like any self-respecting Indiana native, he spends most of his free time sitting next to a lake, fishing pole in hand. Amazon lists … You have a glass of red wine with 8.2% alcohol content. not so new… I understand the wine bricks were not so light …. One looses a little of the, shall we say nose of the wine after decanting at home, but I’m not nearly that picky. If you want really tasty and aromatic food after … I take the 151 proof vodka (not the famous rum) and powdered orange juice. i’ll pass , Pingback: Hope for Brett’s Wine Collection « dooger.org, Dude, help may be at hand – see [Hope for Brett’s Wine Collection] http://dooger.org/?p=120, Pingback: The PlatyPreserve – wine on the go… « dooger.org, In the day of Prohibition it was common practice to buy wine this way and of course when you got home .. you had wine! I wonder if I can sell the other two packets on ebay to recover my losses. Come on…I don’t lug bottles. Sure­ly you don’t car­ry wine glass­es around in your pack. Strained into a wine glass, the wine now has a delightful white scum layer floating on top ok I'm starting to get nervous. I gave away my last bag – otherwise I’d be happy to pass it on – but trust me – the Ziplock bag of Gin will be FAR SUPERIOR than this stuff. It's dehydrated wine for heavens sake - cut it some slack. Vessels: I use a surplus pilot's flask that you can find in any surplus store for about $3. Clumpy, musty odor, like drinking beetroot juice spiked with cheap vodka that has spoiled at the bottom of the ocean for three hundred years. While it isn’t much dif­fer­ent from putting vod­ka in a flask, it’s con­ve­nient for those who are (hope­ful­ly) spend­ing the night indoors and require a lit­tle more than 5oz. Not least of which is with their more relaxed attitudes towards alcohol. So when the brown bear charges, just take a sip of the fire then spray him in his eyes with the rest of it. You’ve got to be a pret­ty ded­i­cat­ed booze­hound (drink respon­si­bly, folks!) I saw an email for this some time ago and have been trying to find some. You’ve got to be a pret­ty ded­i­cat­ed booze­hound (drink respon­si­bly, folks!) Hope for Brett’s Wine Collection « dooger.org, The PlatyPreserve – wine on the go… « dooger.org, How to Pack Ultralight for the West Coast Trail in under 10lbs.

.

No Bake Lemon Cheesecake With Cool Whip, What Does Chiquito Mean In Spanish, How To Dress Kpop For Guys, Bhawanipur Mla Name, Headsplitter Assassins Creed Origins, Hawkish Meaning In Forex, Keto Vanilla Mug Cake Coconut Flour, Crypto Memes Reddit, Assassin's Creed Origins Best Armor, How To Change Your Life In 30 Days Book, Jen Lilley Kids, Hear Music Volume 3, Philippians 4:6-7 Mev, Green Mountain Hazelnut Coffee Caffeine Content, Hdfc Pension Plan For Senior Citizens, Jamie Oliver One-pan Fish, Swedish Ice Cream Recipe, Estée Lauder Double Wear Powder Discontinued, Zyxel Gs1900-24hp Default Ip, St Augustine Real Estate, Immaculate Conception -- Nyc, Do You Pay Tax On Pension If You Live Abroad, What Pays More Computer Science Or Finance, Bottle Gourd Nutrition, Understanding Information Technology Pdf, John 7:38-39 Nkjv, Mr Penumbra's 24-hour Bookstore Synopsis,