Tried to do 3.5 stars, but went on up. I use sprays very frequently in my house. I've got two dogs, two cats, three roommates. It gets odorous.
The #febrezeoneattarget comes in a recyclable container with a reusable pump. Works just as you'd expect and distributes the scent well. The Orchid scent was pretty powerful. It definitely overwhelmed anything that could be considered gross, but was also a very abrasive scent to me. I'd definitely be willing to try a different scent in the future.
*DISCLAIMER I received a complimentary bottle of Febreeze One in exchange for my honest opinion.
It's hilarious that there are recipes on the side of this box other than "poke a hole in the bag and drink until you can't feel anything anymore."
Originally created as a Dr. McGillicuddy's cinnamon schnapps (look at the bottles), this product has been remarketed as a cinnamon whisky. That's fine, I guess. It's good with Dr. Pepper and the jumbo box is a pretty good value. Basically tastes like Red Hots but not as spicy. It'll warm you up if you're cold, and give you a hell of a hangover from the sugar content.
This is honestly garbage. Tastes like grape cough syrup mixed with mineral spirits and just a touch of Sea Breeze (the astringent). It looks cool, that's for sure, but if you mix it with anything that isn't purple (or red, for the Ruby variant, or pink, for the Glow variant), the color is completely unpleasant.
It's definitely designed to be a mixing liquor, but for the life of me, I've been unable to find a single suitable conduit. Maybe Grape Crush? It's not a flavor that needs to be blended, but one that needs destroyed.
Have you ever had a sinus infection and thought "Man, I'd love to get drunk, and also to be able to taste things?" Here's the ticket. Make a Bloody Mary with this bad boy to get your senses rolling and your nose running. Not only do you get the nutrition from the tomato juice (it's basically dinner), you also get a spicy vodka to numb your cold.
For a fun thought experiment, buy a pint of Grey Goose, and a pint of your local "cheapest vodka, please," like Crystal Palace or Nikolai or Country Club or whatever. While you're chilling the Goose, take a Brita pitcher and pour the bottom shelf stuff through it a couple times. Chill this product.
Grab a friend who is pretty sure that they like Goose best, and make them do a blind taste test. See if they're right. Now mix it with tonic and lime, or with bloody mary mix, or however it's normally drank. If they can genuinely tell the difference, I'll eat my hat.
Grey Goose has a signature charcoal flavor that's distinct when you realize what it is. If you enjoy that, then by all means, consume. If you notice it and don't like it, drink Stoli or Absolut. They're cheaper. Drink Reyka, it's delicious. If you like your vodka a little sweeter, try Tito's. This is another product that is duping people through clever marketing and y'all deserve better. Save your cash.
Also Kanye was wrong when he "mix that Goose and Malibu and call it Malibooyah," because it is not tasty that way.
Tequila is, well, sorta my thing. As a bartender, a consumer, and (later) a liquor store worker, I've had an opportunity to try most major brands, as well as many that fly under the radar. When you're drinking Patron, you're drinking a name and asserting a specific style. But for the same price, you can get much better, more flavorful, and less astringent tequilas with DeLeon or Don Julio. If you want to spend a little less, go for Casamigos, which I still find far superior.
And for the love of getting a good value, if you're mixing drinks, drop down to the Sauza 901, or any midshelf tequila that uses 100% agave. Olmeca Altos is a great pick for something smooth and cheap.
I miss this beer so much. Back in 2014, when this was Coors Light Summer Brew, I fell in love. In 2015, when they changed it to Citrus Radler, I was all on board. Bought extra cases to last me the winter. Now it's winter of 2016 and nary a drop of Coors Light Gently Grapefruit Beer was to be found in my region.
Imagine this: LaCroix Pamplemousse turned into a low ABV light beer. Perfect for camping, kayaking, mowing, or just hanging out.