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Substitute jalapeno for ginger root in a Figging.
No idea where to put this but its from a Canadian TV station so this is as good a place as any. wonder if at bedtime he was a top goat or bottom goat http://mashable.com/2016/09/27/news-anchor-loses-it-man-goat/#0VwViOUBagqs
I just recently opened up a bottle of Ardberg Alligator and I loved it, if you are a fan of Islay and can find the Alligator, its terrific. Now just waiting on the 21 year old Ardberg.
Mid tier Biella, Italy mill. They make mostly for private label and stores like Brooks Brothers, Saks private label, Suit Supply etc. Perfectly serviceable but nothing that is going to blow you away.
Biscotti, this girl must be super hot.
Cream moleskins are in. 20oz on top and 14 1/2 on bottom, will make great winter pants.
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Angels Envy are some of my favorite bourbons (the Cask Strength and the Port). But I am much more of a wine drinker then a liquor drinker.
You can get a donegal like effect without the speckling if you go the birdseye route from one of the jacketing books where they are done in wool or wool/cashmere blends. The other benefit is that most donegal tends to be firm with a dry finish and a wool/cashmere blend will be softer, assuming you want soft. If you prefer tweeds, then a dionegal is the way to go and there are solids, typically grey, brown or blue. I am sure the Porter and Harding books has some as does...
Sherrytweed I find slightly less coarse than Harris Tweed, not by much though. For a brown herringbone I would probably suggest this, its brown with a slight rust undertone in the herringbone (and the green one above it ain't bad either): This is a rust herringbone with brown undertones: Sherrycash is mostly a wool/cashmere blend book so its softer, more luxe feeling. It has a light brown heringbone which is similat to what you can find in many books: It does...
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