Eau de Vie

Eau de Vie means, “Water of Life”. This bottle came from a village in France, and we were told that it was made from a Medieval recipe passed down from generation to generation. Unfortunately, the last distiller died without an heir to his secret family recipe, so this was one of the last bottles ever made. We drank it as a digestif after dinner, and while it was an experience to try, this stuff would grow hair on your chest. So, to avoid that, my husband helped me finish mine.

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  1. Meri Read Says:

    Thank God Andy saved you Sara!

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