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so a few years ago I got excited about tiki drink and got a tiki book and tiki syrups and tiki cups. the cups rule for everyday use, but the tiki book always wanted some super weird fruit juice in every drink I never had, and the syrups eventually went bad from low use. is this just a thing that only minor Tim Burton characters do at home, or is there a secret "shelf-stable, tiny fruit juice can" store I'm just not finding?

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@ryan /market in any neighborhood with a big central or south american population

@ryan as a tiki guy :tiki: :maitai: i do think that there are limits to what you can enjoy for home drinking. i think falernum is cool to keep around. I like a corn and oil as a nighttime sipper

@alex that drink looks great, and I have all the stuff for it in my house right now! thanks for the advice!

@alex @ryan this! Every mercado/carniceria I've ever been in has those cans of peach/guava/mango, etc nectar and the largest they come is 12 oz

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