I have to say that the last five years of my life have been powered by Bawls in the morning. And my time at QuakeCon was no different.
Yeah, multi-Bawls! You could purchase a case of 24 Bawls at the show for 20 Dollars; talk about a deal.
Since I know what it is like trying to get a Bawls on an airplane, I stuck with single Bawls for only a Dollar each. That is about a Dollar and a half cheaper than what I pay for my morning juice every morning.
Hopefully I can get a SnoBawls machine installed in my kitchen sometime soon. These are like the Coke Slushies you can get at convenience stores, only made with Bawls. The final product tastes very good but I am unable to find out what the ratio of ice to Bawls was.
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