Water Water Everywhere…
And quite a few drops to drink, to turn Coleridge into a liar. Here’s for Friday’s challenge entitled “liquid”
On a very hot Spring day, when it was 29° Celsius in Vincennes, in April 2018. a tonic on ice was welcome on our bike ride in the forest. This time I didn’t throw away the cubes.
The wife is more into her “Suze“. I’m not crazy about Gentian, much of an acquired taste I suppose. A very old fashioned Swiss drink.
Menthe à l’eau is more like it as far as I’m concerned. Mint syrup and fresh water (no ice). Hmm. Water water everywhere and mind you, no Albatross was killed.
Yann Gourvennec May 19, 2018
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Whenever I get ice cubes in France I cherish them, Yann — for they are a rarity indeed! I loved all of your photos, but especially that emerald-green “Suze.” You somehow managed to make it look solid and translucent at the same time!
Thanks Heide. Indeed we seem to have a different view on ice cubes on both sides of the Atlantic.