Wednesday, April 28, 2021

Wednesday Vignette, agave-spiked!

Wanting to be COVID safe on our beach-getaway last month we visited a grocery store upon our arrival, stocking up to eat-in as much as possible. That's where Andrew spotted the Cacti...

He knew I'd be bothered by the fact it's essentially calling an agave a cacti, which they are not—succulents yes, cactus... no!

In case you're wondering no, we didn't give it a try. Nine cans is quite the commitment, what if it was bad? Have you drank a cacti?

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  1. I bet some folks would make a tequila connection, and most wouldn't know a cacti from a succulent. Not to mention that "succulent" won't fit across the can and "Succu" just doesn't have the same ring to it.

  2. I'm guessing Andrew knows the difference because he's been forced to listen to many lectures on this subject!!

  3. I love this for so many reasons. Heck, it might even taste half-way decent!

    What does confuse me, though, is the drawing behind the word "Cacti." What is supposed to be? It looks more like a pineapple!

  4. The company needs a horticultural consultant ;) Like Gerhard, I was confused by the emblem behind the name. Maybe the maker thinks bromeliads are cacti too?

  5. Yow! I am shocked by the price. It's basically just a fancy pop right?

    1. No, it's a boozy beverage. Hence the price.

  6. I probably would have bought it. I've spent $20 on dumber things ;)


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