What are you drinking right now?

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

  1. gnatty8

    gnatty8 Senior member

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    I've only had it at a tasting, never bought a bottle. I'll put it on the list though... I have the Four Grain and the Single Malt open now. The Single Malt is really interesting. It tastes like the forest almost, very piney. Unlike any Scottish single malt I've had.

    Very interesting, I think you've just convinced me to add the single malt to my list..
     


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    Grey Goose, rocks, and a squeeze of lime.

    Later followed by an Appleton Estate 21yo rum. Don't see this often in Australia, is it more common in the States?
     


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    Later followed by an Appleton Estate 21yo rum. Don't see this often in Australia, is it more common in the States?

    Yes, its relatively common here and very good.

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    Hitachino Nest XH (Matured In Shocyu Sake Casks) - pours red and murky with tons of carbonation. Smells of plums and sake. Tastes sweet and oaky, finishes with strong sake notes. Pretty cool beer, flavors became accentuated when enjoyed with my homemade tuna nagiri.
     


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    Glenfarclas 12. Drinkable, with a nice nose
     


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    Glenkinchie 12.

    Grassy, lemony, with a hint of honey. Very accessible lowland scotch--a departure from my usual Islay. The nose is a bit sharp and medicinal, but the body turned from lemon grass to more of a tangerine taste cut with a faint hint of cream which develops just before swallowing. Overall, a nice before dinner single malt (if at all possible).
     


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    Just opened a Pilsner Urquell

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    A nice pour of Talisker DE, trying to finish the bottle as it is way down. Not an unpleasant task.
     


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    Another Tali DE, its got one more pour left. Time to figure out what to open next. [​IMG]
     


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    Hello!
    I'm Mellisa Chen
    I like coffee and fruit juice..
     


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    After an intolerably long day a Glenlivet 18 scotch on the rocks.
     


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    Hello!
    I'm Mellisa Chen
    I like coffee and fruit juice..


    Here we go again...

    havnt figured out yet how to post an image... But... I am drinking Skyy Vodka straight up!

    There is hope!....!....

    Right now, I'm drinking coke.

    And I'm let down again.
     


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    Here we go again...



    There is hope!....!....



    And I'm let down again.


    [​IMG] That is a great analysis your honor, but what about this fact:
    After an intolerably long day a Glenlivet 18 scotch on the rocks.
    . How does that figure into your ruling?
     


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