So, yesterday I wake up to find a 12-pack of "twisted tea" missing one can on my porch. On it is a note from my neighbor. "Tried it. Hated it." I put a couple of cans in the fridge and then decided to have one with dinner. I figured WTH, I like iced tea and I like hard cider. Hard iced tea can't be too awful, right? WRONG! It tastes like hand sanitizer smells. I pour out the opened can. Thought about it some. The stuff has to be at least fifteen dollars a 12pack and it's a shame for it to go to waste. Call a couple of neighbors. Nope. They don't want it. Think some more. SOMEONE has to drink this stuff. They sell it at all the gas stations in town. The upshot of this is that due to having neighbors who are either on the wagon or picky about their alcohol, I got out of bed this AM and opened and poured 10 cans of Twisted Tea down the kitchen drain! The cans are crushed. The case they came in is broken down. All of it is in my recycling bin. I called the guy who gave it to me. His reaction? "Hmmmm...maybe it'll help clear out the drains." Gee thanks! And who in their right mind buys a 12pack of something one's never tried before. They sell individual "tall" (24oz) cans of the stuff up here. When my preferred liquor store opens up, I'm going to buy a bottle of cider and drown my sorrows in it tonight...if I can finish it. I usually wind up drinking 2/3 of a bottle and deciding I've had enough. Twisted Tea...that stuff is NASTY!