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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. Aaron01

    Aaron01 Senior member

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    Rogue Hazelnut Brown Nectar
     


  2. Piobaire

    Piobaire Not left of center?

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    Just got home. Having my version of a Manhattan as a night cap.

    2 oz Cask 16 Crown Royal
    1 oz Vya sweet
    1/4 oz Marascino liqueur
    eye dropper VTR bitters
     


  3. Aaron01

    Aaron01 Senior member

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    Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout

    then

    Chimay Red
     


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    Enjoying an Aperol spritz on this glorious Memorial Day.
     


  5. kwilkinson

    kwilkinson Having a Ball

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    k, because it's a tall drink and mint is very strong, I'd go with a straight-ahead gin -- so Plymouth, which is what I use. I think Hendrick's is too subtle, and the botanicals in Sapphire (which is my G&T gin) just too much. Beef, to me, is like Plymouth, but cheaper. No, I don't have either North Shore, but in a week I expect to spend a very, very, very brief night in Chicago (maybe too late to even try Violet Hour), and I will look when I'm there -- was going to start a threak on best Chicago liquor stores....unless you know, that is.

    ~ H


    I had many of these over the last few days. Many. I mean, really, a lot. They were great! A new drink to add to the summer rotation.
     


  6. ama

    ama Senior member

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    This weekend I drank:

    Tequila & Mezcal:
    Casa Noble - Extra Anejo and Single Barrel
    Patron Anejo (not too bad, but over priced)
    Del Maguey Minero Mezcal
    Del Maguey Tobala Mezcal

    Bourbon:
    Pappy 20 and 23
    G. T. Stagg 2006
    Sazerac 18 2004
    Hudson Baby Bourbon
    Hudson New York Corn Whiskey (this was awesome, tasted like liquefied alcoholic corn bread)

    Whisk(e)y:
    Amrut Fusion (Supposedly the third best whiskey in the world last year, I don't see it though. It wasn't bad, nor was it mind blowing)
    Talisker 25 2008
    Laphroaig 30
    Laphroaig 10 CS
    Glenfarcals 105 and 1974
    Oban 18
    Brora 1981/2001 (Douglas Laing)
    Ardbeg Rollercoaster (not as fun as the name implies)

    Beer:
    Growlers of everything on tap at this place: http://www.townhallbrewery.com/
    Special mention for the Scotch Ale, Imperial Ale and the Mango Mama (IPA with mangos)
     


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    Abita Ale Turbodog
     


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    Well, I don't drink alcohol. I am drinking fresh water right now.
     


  9. Alter

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    Enjoying an Aperol spritz on this glorious Memorial Day.

    I have been drinking a lot of Aperol lately too. Great after-work pick-me-up.
     


  10. Huntsman

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    I have been drinking a lot of Aperol lately too. Great after-work pick-me-up.
    I enjoy it with soda for brunch, too.
    This weekend I drank: Tequila & Mezcal: Casa Noble - Extra Anejo and Single Barrel Patron Anejo (not too bad, but over priced) Del Maguey Minero Mezcal Del Maguey Tobala Mezcal Bourbon: Pappy 20 and 23 G. T. Stagg 2006 Sazerac 18 2004 Hudson Baby Bourbon Hudson New York Corn Whiskey (this was awesome, tasted like liquefied alcoholic corn bread) Whisk(e)y: Amrut Fusion (Supposedly the third best whiskey in the world last year, I don't see it though. It wasn't bad, nor was it mind blowing) Talisker 25 2008 Laphroaig 30 Laphroaig 10 CS Glenfarcals 105 and 1974 Oban 18 Brora 1981/2001 (Douglas Laing) Ardbeg Rollercoaster (not as fun as the name implies) Beer: Growlers of everything on tap at this place: http://www.townhallbrewery.com/ Special mention for the Scotch Ale, Imperial Ale and the Mango Mama (IPA with mangos)
    Wow. Just wow. A tasting, I presume?
    I had many of these over the last few days. Many. I mean, really, a lot. They were great! A new drink to add to the summer rotation.
    Glad you are enjoying them! It's a good drink. Try it with basil sometime if you want to be adventurous. ~ H
     


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    Bombay and Tonic. It's so nice to have good alcohol, instead of college alcohol.
     


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    ama Senior member

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    Wow. Just wow. A tasting, I presume?

    The scotch was a tasting that I put on for some friends, the bourbon was at my brother's house over the course of a long afternoon and the tequila and beer was at a big Tex-mex BBQ that we went to. It was a fun weekend. My favorite was the tasting that I did, I love watching people's reaction to different scotches.
     


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    Dark Horse Crooked Tree IPA. Outstanding. First time I have ever had this one.
     


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    Stone Levitation Ale. One of my favorites.
     


  15. Aaron01

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    Stone Levitation Ale. One of my favorites.
    I have not been able to find that one as well as Stone Ruination, which is upsetting.
     


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