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  • Tamlyn Currin
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  • Tamlyn Currin
12 Mar 2018

They come from cork but not from bark. 
They come from trees, but not from marc. 
It's wine of ice; not ice, nor wine. 
It's port in spirit; not place nor vine. 

And thus they arrived on my doorstep, these curious riddles: an apple ice wine, and an apple port, from County Cork in Ireland.