This is a blog post about… (wait for it) GINGER BEER!!
Throughout my travels, I have found that I love ginger beer. From the Cook Islands to Australia, I have tasted many different ginger beers, some that are absolutely delicious and some that are, quite literally, meh. What I mean about that is that some of them taste like fizzy water with sugar.
Before I continue, some of the pictures (in fact, most of them) that I have of the ginger beer do not have any description because, sadly, I lost them due to a couple of unfortunate events.
Without further ado, here they are:
Now then, if my memory serves me right, I drank this in Auckland, New Zealand. From what I remember, it honestly wasn’t that good. It wasn’t unlike drinking a fizzy water with sugar and a gingery taste.
The first time I drank this fine ginger beer was in the Cook Islands (I believe), and it is still one of the best ginger beers I’ve had since I left Canada. It has a nice combination of ginger, sugar and a touch bit of spiciness. Overall quite a nice drink.
I honestly can’t remember much about this drink. I do remember that it wasn’t that good, though.
Now, this is a fine drink. Sadly, I can’t remember anything about it except for the fact that I loved it immensely. So odds are that it is very good.
Unfortunately, I can’t even remember if I liked this one or not, so it’s up to you to try it and see if it’s good or not.
This one might have an odd name, but it has a nice gingery taste to it. Not quite as good as Bundaberg, but still quite good.
Here is, sadly, another that I can’t remember anything about. So it’s up to you to decide.
There is another ginger beer, Saxby’s ginger beer, that I don’t have a picture of. It is a decent drink. It has a just enough of a gingery taste to make it a decent drink.
So, there it is. All of the ginger beers that I have drunk since I left Canada.
Before I sign off, just so you know, I’m posting this without the approval of my parents (they get to read it later), so feel free to comment and point out mistakes or faults with my blog post. Except for grammar mistakes, I am well aware that I probably have some in my post so there is no need to point them out.
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