As stated earlier, my vacation in Kanchanaburi was unlike not only any place that I’ve been, but also time spent doing things that I had never done before. Last time, during a shorter visit, I decided to spend my vacation doing something that I had never done before. Essentially, I simply decided to find the best hard ciders in the area and really do a tour of what the word had to offer.
As someone that knows a fair amount about beer and spirits, I had confidence that I could find something that really captured the idea of vacation, while still making me feel like I was at home. I had always been a fan of Guiness, so I was immediately drawn in by a drink that was described by a review as “Guiness and hard cider black velvet“.
What I found after trying the drink was that it was the perfect combination of sweet and sour. A savory drink with a sweet aftertaste that leaves you wanting more. While visiting Kanchanaburi, I realized that there was a rich inner culture, a seasoned collective of beer and spirits experts intent on giving people many options.
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Because I enjoyed the first drink so much, I continued to read some local reviews before stumbling upon a page with a variety of Julian hard cider reviews. What I had found is that there was an entire subculture of beer and cider enthusiasts located in small pockets of my favorite travel destination.
I then began networking with some of the people that I had met during my previous visits, only to find that there was a much larger network than I initially thought. An entire collective of people that fell in love with the city, much like I did, and started giving people options for alcohol that not only captured the nature of the city, but also a taste of home.
After finding this out, I realized that Kanchanaburi might not be a secret place for long, but a hub for professionals and those that enjoy the finer things in life.