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post #886 of 16180
Baileys in coffee; yet another rum and eggnog (had to open a new bottle of rum, as last year's Christmas stock dried up); more cheap Chilean Cab-merlot
post #887 of 16180
I'm drinking some rum/egg nog myself. A few family members are over to shoot some pool and hang out as we all just got back in town from school this week.
post #888 of 16180
Watching fooball, drinking Bushmills single malt, with a nice maduro cigar
post #889 of 16180
Been awhile since I posted in this thread. Here was what we had for dessert last night. Dessert was a selection of artisnal cheeses, poached pears, and nuts.

http://www.cellartracker.com/wine.asp?iWine=345640



Honest guys, I do like some Ontario wines Just not many
post #890 of 16180
bulliet bourbon on ice
post #891 of 16180
Alabazam -- a classic and excellent cocktail. See http://www.styleforum.net/showthread...930#post800930
post #892 of 16180
Quote:
Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post
Been awhile since I posted in this thread. Here was what we had for dessert last night. Dessert was a selection of artisnal cheeses, poached pears, and nuts.

http://www.cellartracker.com/wine.asp?iWine=345640



Honest guys, I do like some Ontario wines Just not many

Must ... not ... take ... bait ...

Oh, and right now, "fair trade" coffee
post #893 of 16180
Woodford Reserve in a vintage French bistro shot glass circa 1920's
post #894 of 16180
Having some leftover Castillo Silver rum--that my gf's roommate made her eggnog with--and coke, and a giant piece of lime. Man, this is some nasty rum... After this drink I'm moving to some Glenlivet.
post #895 of 16180
Last night I was fortunate enough to enjoy a fantastic 37 year old single malt, but have lost the piece of paper I wrote the name on
post #896 of 16180
Well, to be quite honest I have not been impressed by the - admittedly few - artisanal French beers I have tried but I do like this one.

post #897 of 16180
Yellow, by Yellowglen -- a cheap Aussie sparkling wine. Well, the in-laws are over, and I'll be damned if they are getting the Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin ...
post #898 of 16180
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Originally Posted by EnglishGent View Post
Last night I was fortunate enough to enjoy a fantastic 37 year old single malt, but have lost the piece of paper I wrote the name on

37 year? I bet it was Duncan Taylor. Go back a few pages and check out some of my pics of the bottle I partook in.
post #899 of 16180
Had a few interesting bottles this weekend. Friday night we were at a friend's house (he and his wife are both vino-hounds too) and he had a 3L bottle of 1994 Mondavi Reserve. We decanted off so we could pour the darn stuff! It was an impressive wine, very old world style, restrained, smooth, black currant, faint smoke.

Saturday we have some friends over, including the same couple with the bottle above, and did a little cellar raiding of our own. We started off with a light little Italian bubbly, 2006 La Spinetta (Rivetti) Moscato d'Asti Vigneto Biancospino. We moved on to a Merlot, 2005 Pride Mountain. Huge fruit of currant and blackberry with vanilla. Soft tannins and lush ripe fruit sweetness. What a Merlot should be.

From there we moved over to spirits. Nothing special except I cracked a bottle of Remy XO.
post #900 of 16180
Aviations.
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