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Old 09-09-2014, 07:05 PM   #71
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OK so I did my second racking today and the color change could not be more drastic since I first put the wine into the carboy from the bucket... The taste though still has a strong alcohol flavor with a slight woodiness to it. I have no other way to describe other than "interesting" at this point LOL.
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Ok so tried it today again... Still has a strong burn and not sure about the after flavor... Hopefully it will die down. Will try again in a month or two.
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Ok so tried it today again... Still has a strong burn and not sure about the after flavor... Hopefully it will die down. Will try again in a month or two.
Any updates on these from anyone?

We have green beans hanging everywhere, so I will be able to pick some in a few weeks hopefully.

I haven't decided yet if I want to boil them or attempt to figure out a way to run them through the steam juicer.
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Ok, I've picked several pounds of mesquite beans so far. I want to try to at least get again as much before I try to make something out of them. So far I'm thinking of mesquite mead, and some mesquite molasses that I can use for flavoring other things later on.
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