{seattle} uniquely rgb

July 25, 2015

Pike Place Market is vast and includes now a wide variety of options including the traditional fish market to the most famous ones like where everyone buys their chowder. There are newer places, too, like Rachel’s Ginger Beer, which we passed by a couple of times before deciding to step on in since it was something unique.

At first we weren’t really sure of what to make of this place. Was their product like ginger ale? What do the flavors taste like? Are all the drinks alcoholic? Well, a few seconds inside and a moment to read the signs helped clear everything up. For one, their product is like high-end handmade flavored ginger ale; you can sample various flavors if you’re unsure of what you would like to order; and they sell both alcoholic and non-alcoholic ginger beers. After some debate, my sister and I decided to share a Guava Ginger Beer. I am glad we went with the flavor we did; it was delicious! I’ll be honest, I thought it was a little expensive, but I guess some people are super into the ginger beer especially since we saw a guy walk in and purchase over $150 worth of ginger beer before walking out!

Read about more Seattle adventures here:
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One Response to “{seattle} uniquely rgb”

  1. annalice said

    it was super yummy! but agreed, kinda expensive

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