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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. Piobaire

    Piobaire Not left of center?

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    Playing around tonight.

    2 oz Rare Eagle
    1/2 oz Mariscino liqueur
    3/4 oz Vya Sweet
    4 dashes Reagen orange bitters


    Very nice. I'm thinking of making another vanilla pod and orange rind infusion with the Rare Eagle and trying this again with that.
     


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    Had a lot of PBR whilst tailgaiting.
     


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    Playing around tonight.

    2 oz Rare Eagle
    1/2 oz Mariscino liqueur
    3/4 oz Vya Sweet
    4 dashes Reagen orange bitters


    Sounds tasty! I've never had Eagle Rare in a drink but it's so complex and bold I can see how it would work in almost anything. Definitely a fun one to play with.
     


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    This was a tasty treat. Will pick up some more in the future
     


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    Odell 90 Shilling ale: My favorite daily beer. Try it if you haven't, all of Odell's brews are top-notch IMO.
    I have some in my fridge right now, and it's great stuff. Hitting Odell's is so much more fun than New Belgium these days whenever I am in Fort Collins. Tonight: [​IMG]
     


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    This was a tasty treat. Will pick up some more in the future

    Deets? Compared to other stouts it's...
     


  7. Aaron01

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    Deets? Compared to other stouts it's...

    Some nice fruit notes that went well with the chocolate note, which I found better than in most chocolate stouts (not as linear), finishes with some roasted malt notes and a little bit of hoppy bitterness. Wasn't a very thick drink, definitely on the sweeter side. Can't think of anything that I would compare it to, but it's definitely something most would enjoy.
     


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    [​IMG] Vanna Tallin: Estonian Liqueur, straight. It's lovely. Slightly rummy and tastes of cinnamon, vanilla and sweet, sweet chocolate. Next drink I'll mix it up and try it with some sparkling wine, a drink recommended to me by the friend who got it for me.
     


  9. Huntsman

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    Carpano Antica vermouth, up. Good for a bad stomach.
     


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    Talisker 10 year old. More peat than I would have thought, but not overwhelming. I like.
     


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    Talisker 10 year old. More peat than I would have thought, but not overwhelming. I like.

    Tali 10 is great. Have you tried the Distiller's Edition?
     


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    Tali 10 is great. Have you tried the Distiller's Edition?

    not yet, should I?
     


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    not yet, should I?

    Yea, its matured an extra two years in orloso casks and it gets a nice sweetness that balances the pepper/peat. I love it.
     


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    ^ +1
     


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    Vieux Carre: Sazerac 6 and Courvoisier VSOP. Carpano of course. Best my beleaguered stomach has felt in two days. Some Benedictine now.
     


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