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What alcohol is good with salmon?

Asked: Samuel Girardeau, Date Created:

Six drinks that complement smoked salmon.

  • Chablis. This refined dry white is well known for its distinctive and crisp taste, which provides the perfect balance to the natural oils found in smoked salmon. ...
  • Gewurztraminer. An unusual but successful pairing. ...
  • Dry Riesling. ...
  • Beer. ...
  • Vodka.
13-Apr-2014

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