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What are you drinking right now?

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by VMan, Oct 25, 2006.

  1. jkennett

    jkennett Senior member

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    I had my daily Irish Breakfast tea this afternoon. Killer stuff.


    Bewley's or Barry's Irish Breakfast?
     
  2. whodini

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    Bewley's or Barry's Irish Breakfast?
    I'm partial to Bewley's but Barry's is ok. The Brits (Twinings) aren't too far off with their Irish Breakfast, either.
     
  3. Kengs

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    Crios De Susana Malbec - 2006

    pretty good for 11 bux!
     
  4. Connemara

    Connemara Senior member

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    Certainly not my favorite, but it was a gift, so whatever.


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  5. drainpipe

    drainpipe Well-Known Member

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    Coffee x Bailey's collab
     
  6. Thomas0302

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    Kentucky Gentleman

    You can't beat $6.50 for a fifth.[​IMG]
     
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    [​IMG] + [​IMG] which is delicious.
     
  10. DNW

    DNW Senior member

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    One of these: [​IMG] Had a pitcher of this earlier, after a brutal Federal Courts midterm: [​IMG]
     
  11. whodini

    whodini Senior member

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    ^^^

    How/What the hell was Black Forest?
     
  12. Connemara

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  13. Connemara

    Connemara Senior member

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    For some reason, the Jim Beam wasn't really to my liking. Back to my old friend Evan.

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  14. Tarmac

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    I just bought 2 cases of Sierra Nevada Celebration 2007 at Costco. Last year I bought 1 and when I decided to get another, it was done for the year. RUN AND GET IT

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  15. Brian278

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    I just bought 2 cases of Sierra Nevada Celebration 2007 at Costco. Last year I bought 1 and when I decided to get another, it was done for the year. RUN AND GET IT

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    I'm intrigued. Style, description, comparisons?

    For me tonight:

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  16. DNW

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    How/What the hell was Black Forest?


    It's a thin stout, with hints of caramel and fruity cherry flavor. Really nice, actually.
     
  17. skalogre

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    I have upped the ante; no longer drinking Theraflu - now CVS Non-Drowsy Daytime Multi symptom cold/flu relief.

    Err, unsure of the vintage. Comes in typical plastic bottle with "how-do-I-get_this-Mfing-cap-off" closure cap. Very little lacing, nonexistent head. Strong nose reminiscent of cough medicine mixed with orange-scented superglue. Strong aftertaste of things I shall not name.

    Not recommended.
     
  18. Rambo

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    I have upped the ante; no longer drinking Theraflu - now CVS Non-Drowsy Daytime Multi symptom cold/flu relief. Err, unsure of the vintage. Comes in typical plastic bottle with "how-do-I-get_this-Mfing-cap-off" closure cap. Very little lacing, nonexistent head. Strong nose reminiscent of cough medicine mixed with orange-scented superglue. Strong aftertaste of things I shall not name. Not recommended.
    I'm sorry, but a purist goes with Nyquil green. End of story. And no queer pills either. Just knock back half the bottle and enjoy your drunkenness.
     
  19. jkennett

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    I'm partial to Bewley's but Barry's is ok.

    The Brits (Twinings) aren't too far off with their Irish Breakfast, either.


    Great taste! I'm also a fan of Bewley's. I used to go to Bewley's Cafe on Grafton St. whenever I was in town, so I acquired an affinity for it there. However, I purchased a box of Barry's most recently so I'm just working on finishing that off these days. I avoid Twinings Irish Breakfast firstly because it's too expensive for the small amount of tea that you get, and secondly because it's a British company and they shouldn't be making Irish Breakfast tea... haha. I guess it's no worse than that Killian's "Irish Red" that Coors brews in Colorado though!

    Today I drank a Harvest Moon (Blue Moon's attempt at a Pumpkin Ale). It was good, but it lacked a pungent pumpkin taste that I've had with others like Brooklyn Brewery's. I also had a Spiced Apple Cider (non-alcoholic) and it was quite nice.
     
  20. alto.aitor

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