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    Any tips? We will probably attempt to share drinks or at least take smalls sips from each other. How much are the samples and drinks?

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    Drink prices and types vary from country to country so it is almost impossible to estimate a cost. I believe a frozen margarita in Mexico would be around $9.00 and beers will cost between $6.00 and $9.00

    Here are some sample prices:

    Norway Beer Cart
    Carlsberg Beer $8
    served in a Souvenir mug $11.25

    Bud Light $6
    served in a Souvenir mug $9.25

    Wine - by the glass $5.50 - $6.50


    American Adventure Fife and Drum Tavern

    Draft Beer Selection
    Bud Light $5.50
    Samuel Adams Seasonal $6.25



    Les Vins des Chefs de France



    Wine served by the glass
    Sales Tax Included
    Regular Wine
    Merlot - Red $5.87
    Cabernet - Red $5.87
    Chardonnay - White $5.87
    Chef's Wine
    Beaujolais - Red, Light, and Fruity $6.90
    Vouvray Sauvion - White, Sweet $6.90
    Rosé Côtes de Provence - Blush, Light, and Medium Dry $6.90
    Premium Wine
    Côtes du Rhône J.L.Colombo - Red, Full Body $7.98
    Bordeaux Château Beauregard - Red, Full Body $7.98
    Pouilly-Fuissé - White, Medium Dry $9.86
    Champagne and Beer
    Champagne Pommery $11.88
    Kir Royale - Champagne & Creme de Cassis $12.91
    Kronenbourg 1644 - French Beer $6.10
    Specialty Drinks
    Grand Mariner Orange Slush $8.92
    Grey Goose Citron Lemonade Slush $8.92
    Nuvo, Sparkling Vodka $14.88





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    ....and you could easily spend a small fortune if you decided to eat or drink your way around the World during the Food & Wine Festival!





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    Quote Originally Posted by Slowhand, post: 245964
    ....and you could easily spend a small fortune if you decided to eat or drink your way around the World during the Food & Wine Festival!
    How true, how true. That is why we try to do it over 2-3 days or more.





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    Sharing a drink is a good idea. There are 11 countries, so that's 11 drinks... I'd be under the rug in two, just sayin!

    The magaritas in Mexico's Cave are wonderful, but start at about $13 each. However if you cozy up to the bar (instead of taking a table) and let the barkeep know that 1) you are going to share and 2) that you need it to go, you may well end up with two full drinks.






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