What are you drinking right now?

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

  1. ama

    ama Senior member

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    My peanuty Noah's Mill. Almost done with the bottle unfortunately, I like this odd flaw in it.
     
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    Rodenbach Grand Cru

    Found it a few months ago, after having had it once in a brew pub. Excellent...........
     
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    Wisers Canadian Whiskey.

    Earlier, a coors light and two local microbrew pale ales.
     
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    Listi Senior member

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    Doppel-hirsch It's not very good. [​IMG] Some German doppel-bock, boozy and sweet, no real interesting characteristics.
     
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    A glass of Suntory Yamazaki 12-year.
     
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    A glass of Suntory Yamazaki 12-year.

    Good stuff! I'm drinking some of the 18 now.
     
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    Glenlivet Nadurra
     
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    A St. Feullien cuvÃ[​IMG]e de NoÃ[​IMG]l with my dinner. Very good. So good in fact, half way through, I almost forgot about dinner and just enjoyed the beer...
     
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    Excellent scotch tasting last night. There were 3 flights, each containing three whiskies from the same distillery, distinguished by one characteristic.

    The first flight was Glenmorangie, and the theme was wood. We tasted the 10 year traditional (bourbon barrels), then the Astar (specially picked American oak casks) and finally the Sonnalta (PX sherry casks).

    The second flight was Highland park, and the theme was time. We tasted a Macphail's selection 8-year (the peat really comes through), the classic 18 year and then (!) a 33 year that was absolutely stunning.

    The third flight was from Caol Ila and the theme was malt. The first was an unpeated 10-year, the second and third were both peated. I'll have to double-check my sheet on the last two, because my memory from that point in the evening is a little spotty.

    It was a phenomenal tasting. Really informative, got to taste some amazing whiskies. Ended up buying a bottle of the 8-yr Macphail's HP and a bottle of Eagle Rare 10 yr bourbon. I may post some notes later on.
     
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    Excellent scotch tasting last night. There were 3 flights, each containing three whiskies from the same distillery, distinguished by one characteristic.

    The first flight was Glenmorangie, and the theme was wood. We tasted the 10 year traditional (bourbon barrels), then the Astar (specially picked American oak casks) and finally the Sonnalta (PX sherry casks).

    The second flight was Highland park, and the theme was time. We tasted a Macphail's selection 8-year (the peat really comes through), the classic 18 year and then (!) a 33 year that was absolutely stunning.

    The third flight was from Caol Ila and the theme was malt. The first was an unpeated 10-year, the second and third were both peated. I'll have to double-check my sheet on the last two, because my memory from that point in the evening is a little spotty.

    It was a phenomenal tasting. Really informative, got to taste some amazing whiskies. Ended up buying a bottle of the 8-yr Macphail's HP and a bottle of Eagle Rare 10 yr bourbon. I may post some notes later on.


    Sounds like an awesome tasting. Who put it on? Binny's? I'd love to see some tasting notes if you get around to it, looks like you tasted some good stuff.
     
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    Cosmopolitian and Flora's Own
    Receipe for Flora's Own from Cocktail Virgin

    [​IMG]Cosmopolitan

    [​IMG]Flora's Own
     
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    Francois Voyer Napoleon. Just got home from the opera and going to relax and read a little.
     
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    Knob Creek. And its surprisingly good... and strong...
     
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    Some very good grappa.
     
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    Some very good grappa.
    Lovely! Whose, may I ask? I drink a lot of Poli.
     

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