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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, August, 2005.

Le ble d'or: Fruit Slushes for the Summer

100, DunHua North Road
Asia World Courtyard (next to Holiday Inn)
(02) 8712-8512
Hours: 5 pm-2 am;
Sunday 4 pm-1 am

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--By Tracy Perkins, Mark Payne, Joe Duffer Translated by Chou NaiXien & Crystal Kuo

So, it's summer time. It's hot in the city and you're looking to cool down. The problem is you're torn between a cool, refreshing beer to take the edge off, and passing on the alcohol ( for a little while, anyway) and indulging in an ice-cold, fruit slush drink that Taiwan does so well. Ahhh! Decisions, decisions. At Le ble d'or, the up-and-coming micro-brewery, you'll never have to make such a choice. You can have both. Together! Those clever people at Le ble d'or have managed to combine these two options skillfully and tastefully-creating a range of delicious Beer Fruit Slushes. Although the idea initially sounds a little odd, once you've tried one you'll be a convert. Three of these beauties are made with the light, crisp Le ble d'or white beer (Hefe-Weisbier): mango, passionfruit and pineapple, all available for the equally refreshing price of NT$150. One other offering-and my personal favourite-is the Rasperry Stout Slush (NT$150). It's a little heavier than the others but the taste is.....sooo good! So, if you're looking to cool down AND take the edge off a hard week at work, get down to Le ble d'or and give these great drinks a try.

 

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