What are you drinking right now?

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

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    Some Pappy 20 to get this threak back on track. [​IMG]
     
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    CC Sherry Cask w/ Ginger-Ale

    This stuff was not made to be mixed.
     
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    Canadian Vodka.
     
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    Chivas 12

    followed by

    Anchor Steam Beer
     
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    Pyramid Haywire Hefeweizen unfiltered wheat ale.
     
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    Remy Martin VSOP (though, not the best cognac I had the opportunity to taste...)
     
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    Celebration - or downing my sorrows - the last exsam of the semester...

    Good wine with the food, cognac with coffee and now an large amount of G&T....
     
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    Pernod Absinthe...after a Manhattan and a glass of Shiraz with dinner. I'm kinda hammered. [​IMG]
     
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    Mark from Plano Lifestyle change - no homo

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    Lifestyle change- No Homo my ass. Take it to pm you sick freaks!

    Uhhhh....
     
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    Pernod Absinthe...after a Manhattan and a glass of Shiraz with dinner. I'm kinda hammered.
    [​IMG]


    Nice louche. How was the Pernod?

    I'm drinking a Hendricks and Q Tonic cause its supposed to get up to 35 tomorrow so I'm celebrating. [​IMG]
     
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    Elijah Craig 12. Meh. This is one of those whiskies that tries really hard to be full-bodied, but still comes across generic and cheap. I'll take Buffalo Trace any day of the week over this, and at nearly 60% of the price. Do you guys really love this stuff? MEHHHHH.
     
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    On a separate note, I have around 150 posts in this thread, which accounts for nearly 11% of my total posts.
     
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    Mark from Plano Lifestyle change - no homo

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    Nice louche. How was the Pernod?

    Yes. This is from a local steakhouse and I think that they are still learning how to serve absinthe. This time they slow dripped the water to make sure to get a good louche effect.

    As for how it was, I have little to compare it to since I'm no expert. Very strong anise flavoring and quite good to my unsophisticated palate. Beyond that I'm unable to be of any use to you on this question other than to say that I enjoyed it.
     

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