What are you drinking right now?

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

  1. Aaron01

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    Sam Smith's Oatmeal Stout
     
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    1980 Domaine Dupont Calvados Pays d'Auge, with some L.A. Burdick chockies.

    Again.


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    itsstillmatt The Liberator Dubiously Honored

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    In honor of the most esteemed goon member, I also had Calvados this evening. La Ribaude, a special bottling for a local shop minimum of 20 year blend. Mine was, more correctly, with a muenster.
     
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    Passover Coke
     
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    In honor of the most esteemed goon member, I also had Calvados this evening. La Ribaude, a special bottling for a local shop minimum of 20 year blend. Mine was, more correctly, with a muenster.

    I approve this message.


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    Calvados fans are few and far between.
     
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    Daves BrewFarm Matacabras

    An odd beer, most closely akin to a Belgian ale, but with the addition of some rye and hops. Lots of fruit and a little kick from the somewhat high ABV (8%). Not terrible, but not too pleased that I bought a six pack of it either.
     
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    I've been living off this stuff for the last week.

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    1.00 oz. Canadian Whiskey (CC Sherry Cask)
    0.50 oz. Sweet Vermouth
    0.25 oz. Grand Marnier
    0.25 oz. Triple Sec
    Juice of one orange.
    Dash Orange Bitters
    Dash Angostura Bitters

    Just made it up - Orange Manhattan? Not bad, interesting at the very least.
     
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    Is this considered a drink?

    Got a new big old tank of LN2 at work:
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    And made some Absinthe ice cream for dessert:
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    Finishing a glass of Glenfiddich 12, pouring a glass of Unibroue Trois Pistoles. Nice rich and dark beer with that distinct unibroue taste and well hidden 9% alcohol.
     
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    After a nce dinner with lots of great beer, I had a gin and organic ginger ale...

    IThe ginger ale was from Ørbæk, who normally makes great beer, but they do NOT know whow to make organig ginger ale...Sorry to bash a company from my own country, but the ginger le from them tasted like sope...It was the first time EVER, I have ever poured out a drink...

    Luckley a bottle of tonic water is wating for me....

    btw, I just saw that a small shop in the metropolis had fever tree tonic water....Is it worth the added price?
     

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