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What are you drinking right now?

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

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  1. JonnyNickels

    JonnyNickels Well-Known Member

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    I never found the upcharge from Black to Gold and beyond worth it. The difference between Black and Red is however profound.

    Agreed. While you're at it...why not just go single malt??
     


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    I never found the upcharge from Black to Gold and beyond worth it. The difference between Black and Red is however profound.

    I agree with this. I find Gold to be a somewhat muted version of Black, with a little more sweetness thrown in. I'm not a big fan of Gold.

    I'm drinking some Hudson Single Malt now. Pine fresh.
     


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    voxsartoria Goon member

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    Agreed. While you're at it...why not just go single malt??

    Because it is easy to fall into the ghey with single malts.


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    Because it is easy to fall into the ghey with single malts.


    - B


    please...explain.
     


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    I'm going to go for a quick 2 mile run. Then I will shower and eat. Afterwards, I am going to read a good book late into the night and drink numerous old fashioneds. Monday (tomorrow), I have the whole day free!
     


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    I'm going to go for a quick 2 mile run. Then I will shower and eat. Afterwards, I am going to read a good book late into the night and drink numerous old fashioneds. Monday (tomorrow), I have the whole day free!

    green
     


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    Because it is easy to fall into the ghey with single malts.


    - B


    lol
     


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    1980 Domaine Dupont Calvados Pays d'Auge, with some L.A. Burdick chockies.


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    props to burdick.
     


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    Johnny Walker Blue Label. It's okay. It was a free bottle so i'm not complaining.
     


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    Rock Hill Farms bourbon with 2 small cubes
     


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    Because it is easy to fall into the ghey with single malts.
    No wonder I enjoy single malts.

    Although ... after a gay friend suggested that Laphroaig tasted oh so peaty ... like a crusty old jock strap ... that put me off Laphroaig for quite a few years.
     


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    I never found the upcharge from Black to Gold and beyond worth it. The difference between Black and Red is however profound.
    Black is the house brand (for blended) here. If gold or blue is to be found in the liquor cabinet (the locked one to which few have access) ... it was a gift.

    Oh ... BTW ... at the moment I'm drinking coffee.
     


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    Although ... after a gay friend suggested that Laphroaig tasted oh so peaty ... like a crusty old jock strap ... that put me off Laphroaig for quite a few years.


    I wouldn't know what a jock strap, crusty or otherwise, tastes like so I'll have to take your word.
     


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    I wouldn't know what a jock strap, crusty or otherwise, tastes like so I'll have to take your word.

    Unoaked Chardonnay and used condoms have the same smell, caused by the same chemical, I was once told by a biology professor.
     


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    I wouldn't know what a jock strap, crusty or otherwise, tastes like so I'll have to take your word.
    Neither did I when it comes to crusty old ones ... but it sounded unappitizing.
     


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