I've been thinking about what else my farm storefront would have (since I'd rather at least for now add more to a single storefront than start another) and one idea was wine, and so I thought about what kinds of alcoholic drinks the Salthans would drink. I'm not much of a wine connoisseur myself, but I did do some research, and I think I have the basic concepts of the wines down, thought perhaps more details need to be added. Here they are: Thanks in advance for the feedback!
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Some of the wines we offer
RelSashe "fire drink" is a hearty, biting spicy liquor with a sweet, slightly smoky flavor.
It is made with rum, black berry, chili peppers and other spices.
It is made with grapes that have been aged in oak casks with diluted red pepper. Alcohol Rating: 15%
Hodnaksashe - "Cactus wine" is made from the fermented juice of the Sudnin cactus plant, a yellowish-green cactus that has been domesticated. It has a very simple flavor of slight bitterness with a node of citrus that is well balanced. This wine is said to have medicinal properties, particularly good for the immune system. Alchahol Rating: 12%
ĐagiHodnaksashe - "Wild Cactus Wine" is a variant of the Hodnaksasha, and possess much of the same characteristics, except that it is made only with cactuses harvested from the desert, and not from the domesticated crops. Some say this gives the cactus a more free, unhampered flavor. Alcohol Rating: 12%
Girelgishu - "White sun" is a fortified wine described by the saying "Dry as the desert, hot as the sun" The wine is fortified with It has a nose of roasted peanuts, and has a strong ôhotö, acidy aftertaste due to its unusually high alcohol content. This fine wine is perfect for those special occasions such as a dinner party or night alone with your loved one. Alcohol rating: 20%
We also have in our stocks some of a special variety of this beverages from before the revolution, dated the year 1 NG that were saved, and is considered a historical wine in terms of vintage year and flavor.
Pricing: (Per "small jar" .88 liter bottle. Numbers indicate years from the senate declaration date of 0 KG in the Salthan calendar)
Relsashe Non-Vintage $6
Hodnaksashe Non-Vintage $9
Hodnaksashe 60 KG $10
Hodnaksashe 58 KG $11
Hodnaksashe 59 KG $13
Đagihodnaksashe 60 KG $14
Đagihodnaksashe 58 KG $15
Đagihodnaksashe 59 KG $17
Girelgishu 60 KG $20
Girelgishu 1 NG $325 (Limited stock of 100 bottles)