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#1 _Lizz_*

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Posted 20 June 1998 - 07:24 PM

A good friend was served one of these in alaska... couldn't tell me anything about it, but she says it's great! Anyone have any ideas?

#2 _Will_*

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Posted 22 June 1998 - 02:24 PM

> A good friend was served
> one of these in alaska...
> couldn't tell me anything
> about it, but she says it's
> great! Anyone have any ideas?
>
I think it was Kahluah and Opal Nera but I barely remember that one. Opal Nera is harder to find every year. I haven't bought any in so long I don't even know if they still make it. You can substitute sambuca plus a squeeze of fresh lemon for the Opal Nera if your in a pinch.

#3 _Lizz_*

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Posted 22 June 1998 - 05:45 PM

>
> I think it was Kahluah
> and Opal Nera but I barely
> remember that one. Opal Nera
> is harder to find every year.
> I haven't bought any in so
> long I don't even know if
> they still make it. You can
> substitute sambuca plus a
> squeeze of fresh lemon for
> the Opal Nera if your in a
> pinch.

#4 _Lizz_*

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Posted 22 June 1998 - 05:45 PM

>
> I think it was Kahluah
> and Opal Nera but I barely
> remember that one. Opal Nera
> is harder to find every year.
> I haven't bought any in so
> long I don't even know if
> they still make it. You can
> substitute sambuca plus a
> squeeze of fresh lemon for
> the Opal Nera if your in a
> pinch.thanks.... we'll give it a try next time we're drinkin'!