Mr.T posted:skeldon_man posted:Mr.T posted:Baseman posted:
On the serious side, I never heard that Guyana cane sugar is different than others. I can understand if they left molasses. But the sugar would be clammy!
You kidding me, right? There are different types of sugar canes with different flavours. That's further reflected in the taste of the rums.
An expert on Sugar cane growing up in Wismar and never saw a piece of real harvested sugar cane. There are different varieties of sugar cane. The sole purpose is to produce sugar. I have seen varieties of sugar cane dumped into the same carrier to be processed in the factory.
All we Indians had to flee Wismar in 1963 and relocate. I ended up in East Canefield in Berbice. Can cutter country and sex starved school girls.
I always thought you said you are White and Chinese with a little sprinkle of high class Indian! How come you are suddenly “all we.”