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Sipping Japanese Choya in the Park



It’s so awesome to finally begin to have a taste of spring outside! On my recent trip to World Market–my favorite store, of course– I was pleased to find that they have an alluring array of picnic-sized eats and drinks from all over the globe. And I do love eats and drinks! There among a bevy of dried Spanish chorizo, German cookies, French jams and bellinis were these lovely little bottles of Japanese Choya Wine with a bonus plum inside.


I thought it would be perfect to pair with a delicious to-go pack of Dolmas by Stuff’d. I really love stuffed grape leaves and these are very good. The Choya tastes more like sake than wine but I found it be very refreshing. Warning!!! The plum inside the bottle is very strong…the 50ml serving of Choya isn’t likely to cause intoxication, but the wine soaked plum definately will!

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  1. 2015/12/21 5:13 am

    I always think that bigegr is better. But I am guessing that depending on where I am looking at it it would make a difference. My screen at work is huge so big is it!Enjoy the day. ErinErin Prais-Hintz recently posted

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