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post #9136 of 14579
mmmm eagle rare 17
post #9137 of 14579
Lurisia Chinotto

Also I hate you people, you've had me searching for gum syrup all day. Does anyone know where I can find it in NYC before I have to get it online? I can confirm they don't have it in Whole Foods Bowery and Tribeca, Dean and Deluca, Kaluystans and the 3 or 4 wine stores I walked into around Union Square and Soho.

Edit: Oh also Eataly doesn't have it. This is seriously how I spent most of my day.
post #9138 of 14579
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Originally Posted by alexg View Post

Lurisia Chinotto

Also I hate you people, you've had me searching for gum syrup all day. Does anyone know where I can find it in NYC before I have to get it online? I can confirm they don't have it in Whole Foods Bowery and Tribeca, Dean and Deluca, Kaluystans and the 3 or 4 wine stores I walked into around Union Square and Soho.

Edit: Oh also Eataly doesn't have it. This is seriously how I spent most of my day.

Just make your own mang, much cheaper and only takes 5-10 minutes.

http://cocktails.about.com/od/mixology/r/simple_syrup.htm


Tanqueray and Tonic, cucumber and lime garnish.
post #9139 of 14579
Well. One bottle costs like 5$, lasts a long time and you don't have to worry about crystallization.
I wouldn't ask for gum syrup though as many people might think you mean bubble gum syrup (Monin has that one, too!). Ask for sugar syrup. Or simply find a shop that focuses on cocktail preperation/ingredients. Or order online - it seems that you need a lot of other basic stuff, too, if you don't even have a sweetener.
post #9140 of 14579
This year's bottling of BTAC William LaRue Weller.

Still not a fran. Heat seems to overpower the flavor, even with 2 cubes.
post #9141 of 14579
Had an especially trying class this evening, so I came home with bourbon on my mind. Two moderate pours of Eagle Rare 10yr, neat.

God I can't wait until this semester is over.
post #9142 of 14579
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Originally Posted by gnatty8 View Post

This year's bottling of BTAC William LaRue Weller.
Still not a fran. Heat seems to overpower the flavor, even with 2 cubes.

Try water, skip the cubes.
post #9143 of 14579
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Try water, skip the cubes.

That's the first thing I did when I bought it a couple of weeks ago, but thanks for the advice..
post #9144 of 14579
Canadian Club Manhattan
post #9145 of 14579
Mojitos for me and the lady, Havana Club 3yr - got a huge bag of mint for like $1.50 today, and a big bag of limes too, but it's really the little splash of Monin mojito syrup that gives it a mint kick, fresh to death.

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post #9146 of 14579
apple cider, pear brandy and a splash of cointreau. cinnamon stick for garnish and flavor
post #9147 of 14579
Aviation - Plymouth gin, I find it balances well with tihs cocktail, more so than Tanq, Bombay, or the other available gins around here.
post #9148 of 14579
One of my own invention, which was decent, but not worth spelling out, and a sidecar right now.

On a sidenote, the Stirrings Triple Sec is really quite good, even as a stand alone. For the price (pretty much the same as Dekuyper) I was expecting just a mixer (though I was certainly intrigued by the much higher proof), but it's much better than that. Good enough to sip, was I one to sip liqueurs, even.
post #9149 of 14579
Liberating Cuba by myself tonight. Little mix of the white and the dark, half a lime, some cane sugar Coke - all things in place, finally. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

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post #9150 of 14579
Damn Drew, I wanna drink the hell outta those. Looks so good. No Mojito fixins, but I'm gonna run up to the store for some Mexi Coke, limes and rum right now! INSPIRED.
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