Spirits, Diamonds, and a Drive-thru Daiquiri Stand by Deanna ChaseThe fourth installment in the Pyper Rayne series is an easy and fun read -- just like the first three.
Pyper, Julius, Jade, Kane, Kat, Lucius, Ida May and a host of other characters will make you laugh and keep you involved in this story. Fast moving, fun people, intrigue, magic, mayhem, lust, ghosts (including a ghost dog), witches, jealousy -- and it all takes place in New Orleans!
Deanna Chase has a way of drawing the reader into the book and making it seem like the story is unfolding all around them.
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New Drive-Thru Daiquiri Shop Opens In Nacogdoches
Thankfully for daiquiri enthusiasts here, there are establishments that let you drive right up and order one -- to go. So what exactly makes this all legit in the eyes of the law? They also need to mix the drink onsite, then package and seal it to go. The Miami-based Premium Blend is the biggest distributor of these substitutes, which are fermented instead of distilled, and are thereby classifiable as wine. This is basically the legal equivalent of driving with an opened bottle of beer or liquor -- once you break that seal, it becomes an open container. So, what started out as a state loophole is now becoming a trend here. To-go drink establishments are sprouting up all over the Dallas-Fort Worth area, but where are the best places to experience this frozen frenzy firsthand?
Daiquiri defenders have a point, given that the burgeoning craft cocktail craze is, in part, a rejection of these and other mass-produced beverages. Like watching sausage being made, the legislative history behind the drive-through daiquiri is not as pleasant to stomach as the beverage that state laws seek to protect. No state has done more to make this sugary concoction part of its cultural fabric than Louisiana. From its inception on the outer edges of college campus culture throughout Louisiana, the daiquiri and its drive-through sales outlets acquired many friends in high places, even as many others protested the concept. Visitors to New Orleans often marvel over being able to walk down the street while carrying an alcoholic beverage. Ironically, the emergence of the drive-through daiquiri shop coincided with increasing national outcry against driving while under the influence of alcohol and other drugs.
I have been here numerous times in the past and there drinks are always amazing but today the lady that was working today was really rude she gave me vibes Ike she was racist I mean the car that was before me she was nice and friendly full of smiles but when I pulled up the smile faded. I went back thirty minutes later with my sister and her energy was the same. Terrible customer service I will not be returning any time soon!! Jump to. Sections of this page.
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Posted: May 17, by Jessica Goff. Louisiana has some pretty unique laws pertaining to its food industry. Heck, there's even a specific charge against crawfish theft. It especially has unusual regulations on the sale of adult beverages. Where other states require alcohol to be sold in separate brick and mortar locations outside of a grocery store, etc. Like many visitors and transplants, my inaugural daiquiri drive-thru run came as quite a shock. Yes, here you can drive up to window and order a frosty, alcoholic beverage.