What are you drinking right now?

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

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    Sleeman Clear, Taylor Fladgate LBV '03, Balvenie Signature (batch 1), and Cragganmore.
     


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    Dark and Stormy right now, Cpt Morgan overproof and Canada dry, nothing too special. Nice mix though.

    While I applaud the overproof, you should really try a stronger ginger beer to mix it with like Reed's Original, DG Old Jamaican or Barritts -- and if you can find it, I am told Blenheim makes a kick-ass brand. [​IMG]
     


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    after years, i have finally figured out how to drink vodka lol, this stuff is no joke son
     


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    Gin and tonic with lime.
     


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    Crooked Tree IPA. Damn good.
     


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    EL FLORITIDA
    1.5 ounces rum (10 Cane)
    0.5 ounce lime juice
    0.5 ounce sweet vermouth (Vya)
    1/8 ounce grenadine
    1/8 ounce Kahlua

    Such a good summer drink. The original recipe (from the Small Screen Network) has white creme de cacao for the Kahlua. Since I dont have the cacao, I subbed the Kahlua in. The result is great. This is a good drink for people to casually enjoy next to the pool. I love straight rye whiskey, Manhattans, etc., but the summer just brings out the love of casual, sweet drinks. A plus for this cocktail is Vya sweet. I am always looking for cocktails that involve sweet vermouth because I know Vya will make the drink that much better.
     


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    Midday Espresso. I am a slave to caffeine.
     


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    Bombay Gimlet with mint from scratch. Freaking delicious.
     


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    Bombay Gimlet with mint from scratch. Freaking delicious.

    Is this a Richmond gimlet or something different?
     


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    Is this a Richmond gimlet or something different?

    A standard gimlet made with bombay gin, I presume...
     


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    All about the Bloody's.

    *Spicy V8
    *Three Olives
    *Worcestershire
    *Horseradish
    *Jalapeno Green Tobasco Sauce
    *Pickle instead of celery
     


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