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Who says Manifest Destiny was all that bad?

So, what is shrub or where did it come from?

There are several ideas, and like today’s news most of them contain just enough truth to suck us in.

And as usual, we pick the one we like.

Given my history of bucking authority, I choose this tale:

It was pirates!

In colonial times one of the tricks for smuggling rum was to sink kegs off shore and pick them up later.

But the saltwater seeped in making the rum taste like bad Zhumir (okay, as if there’s anything else).

So those bad boys added fruit to the barrel to cover up the salty junk, and out of necessity, a new treat was born.

Who says Manifest Destiny was all that bad?

As people discovered these new flavors they became known as drinking vinegars.

And it was then that the ancient seeds from which arose Bonobo Bob’s Tribu de Amor were sown.

Bonobo Bob’s Tribu de Amor shrubs, vinaigrettes, and craft cocktail mixes are the easiest, quickest, and most cost-effective way to up your culinary game and dazzle your guests with unique, flavorful, and refreshing cocktails and non-alcoholic drinks.

Available at:
Beni Placito, Plaza de Las Americas (inside next to Supermaxi)
Cuenca Consignments, Isabella and Doce de Abril

Bob Kezer
Bonobo Bob’s Tribu de Amor
One Race, One Planet, One Future
099 44 70 229