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post #61 of 73
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A case???

Our local store doesn't carry it this year and would only order it if I took the whole case.  You need a bottle? 

post #62 of 73
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Our local store doesn't carry it this year and would only order it if I took the whole case.  You need a bottle? 

No, but I think I need some plane tickets to Tahoe. Gonna be a banner season!

post #63 of 73
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Segbrown, you have lodging lined up. :D

 

Veteran, if you turn this ULLR thread into a political hot bed or a Squaw development thread I'll flame you into the ground.  Don't test me!:devil:

post #64 of 73
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Time to replenish the stock and pay homage.

 

Question for those who are "in the know" about ULLR Protocol.

Since I am receiving a case of ULLR, is there something special we need to do to commit the case before breaking the seal?

 

good question, is it too late to discuss? I assume this toast

 

is from last years umm, vintage. Looks like it's working pretty well in CO Thumbs Up

post #65 of 73
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Seal has been broken on the box and we're preparing for a proper unsealing of a bottle. 

 

 

The color of ULLR is a bit darker this year than it was last year.    ^^ comparing the color to bourbon:dunno

post #66 of 73
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Originally Posted by Trekchick View Post
 

Seal has been broken on the box and we're preparing for a proper unsealing of a bottle.

 

 

The color of ULLR is a bit darker this year than it was last year.    ^^ comparing the color to bourbon:dunno

Hmm that darker colour indicates those Eskimos need their kidney's checked ;)

post #67 of 73
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The darker ULLR tastes really good.  

Interesting......

post #68 of 73
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Now that's what i call a six pack!

post #69 of 73
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Listen up folks! 

We need snow in Tahoe in a big big way.  

Its time to figure out how we've pissed ULLR off. 

 

Any ideas? 

 

This is what the site says about ULLR

http://clients.fwv-us.com/development/hrdspirits/the-brands/ullr-nordic-libation/

 

ULLR NORDIC LIBATION

He is god of snow, Son of Sif, step-son of Thor—he is ULLR®, the norse god of skiing. He is so fierce a bowman and ski-runner that none may contend! Just as it is good to invoke his name in duels, it is appropriate when you start a run, go off a kicker, or attack steep moguls. He is who you pray to for snow when the mountains are bare and pay homage to with libation at the end of a day on the mountain.

The unique combination of peppermint and cinnamon in ULLR® encapsulates the winter sports experience. Clear as melted snow, it starts out with a bracing peppermint flavor, but melts into a warm cinnamon finish. ULLR® can be enjoyed in a variety of ways—in hot chocolate, in coffee, or on the rocks, but it really shines served ice cold and straight up, preferably right out of the snow.

post #70 of 73

Squaw didn't pay to extend the warranty on my snowdance. So send me a check and I'll see what I can do ;)

post #71 of 73

Anyone know where to find this in the North East? A quick search of both the NH and PA online catalogs from their stores yields nothing. 

post #72 of 73

google marketview liquor

 

They're my source, they ship almost everywhere, not Pennsylvania though.

post #73 of 73

Looks like there is a place in NH that has their stuff, might be able to hit it when I'm up there skiing. 

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