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Wow, luck you! Thanks for sharing this story, interesting. I was hoping for a photo of the actual liquid too. What color is it? Is it dark. light? Among things that are available, what would you say it tasted closest to?

Glenn, thanks for the note and, yes, lucky me 🙂

It was a dark, brown liquid. Slightly viscous and a little oily, if you know what I mean. I have no idea if this was the original color. It was old, after all, although it seemed like the cork had remained tight over all these years. I’m pretty sure the bottle was always in the dark as it was found in a basement.

The flavor was unique to me. A strong, bitter, orange peel flavor. If you can imagine Cointreau without any of the sweetness. Even better, imagine chewing on orange peel by itself. The aftertaste was very dry and bitter, almost gluing my tongue to the roof of my mouth.

An interesting combo of citrus flavor and bitterness. I understand why people want to create it and I’m baffled why it went away in the first place.

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