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I picked up the exact same thing yesterday as well Pio. Unfortunately in Canada it cost $55, but should do the trick.
For St. Patrick's Day I had some Vieux Pointalier absinthe. First time making it properly for myself. Setup: Execution:
La Bicyclette 1 1/2 oz Plymouth gin 3/4 oz sweet vermouth 1/4 oz St-Germain 2 dashes peach bitters
Some new toys from BYOB in Toronto. Japanese Yarai mixing glass, Japanese cocktail spoon (love love love this), and a new Hawthorne strainer. BYOB is a great little store on Queen St. W.
Eva Green 2.25 oz gin 1 oz Cocchi Americano .25 oz Bittermens Commonwealth Lemon twist
Cross post with the WAYDN thread. So I stole another of Huntsman's recipes. Again. Midnight in La Esquina as per the recipe a couple posts above. Smoky (unsurprisingly), complex, and more and more enjoyable as I drank it. I will definitely go back to it again. It had a beautiful rosy colour.
Cross post with the tequila thread which is where I stole Huntsman's recipe from. Midnight in La Esquina: 1.5 oz. Del Maguey Vida mezcal 1 oz. Cocci Americano 0.5 oz. Campari Smoky (unsurprisingly), complex, and more and more enjoyable as I drank it. I will definitely go back to it again. It had a beautiful rosy colour.
Did anyone else think Erin Andrews looked like Carmen Sandiego?
Cask Strength 12 year Red Breast irish whiskey. Decadent, spicy, hot and amazing.
Very true. It's my go-to standard. Can't beat it, although I have yet to try Canadian Club's new 100% rye.
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