What are you drinking right now?

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  1. Thomas

    Thomas Senior member

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    I've been abstaining since about Thanksgiving, but last night seemed appropriate for a dram of Stagg in the new nosing glass.
     
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    I've been abstaining since about Thanksgiving, but last night seemed appropriate for a dram of Stagg in the new nosing glass.

    Great choice for breaking a drought..
     
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    Tito's + McClure's Spicy Bloody Mix

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    Riverhorse Oatmeal Milk Stout.
     
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    A sidecar right now, using Remy Martin VSOP.
     
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    Excellent!
     
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    A sidecar right now, using Remy Martin VSOP.

    I just picked up a new bottle of triple sec, I may just have to have one of those as well. Between that or a white lady.
     
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    Excellent!

    tasty as ballz

    so tonight long story, a thread about it exxists but whent to an odd restaurant. had pegu clubs (ON THE HOSUE) Highland Park 15, Jameson, something else. AM TOASTY Wooooooooo
     
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    i wouldnt know, but i would imagine balls dont taste very good
     
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    I just picked up a new bottle of triple sec, I may just have to have one of those as well. Between that or a white lady.
    Never tried a white lady cocktail before. How is it? Can't try it now since I'm out of gin from all the G&T's I usually make. Currently having a glass of Samuel Smith's Winter Welcome Ale, good stuff.
     
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    Synthese Darth Millennial Dubiously Honored

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    george dickel's and soda
     
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    Never tried a white lady cocktail before. How is it? Can't try it now since I'm out of gin from all the G&T's I usually make. Currently having a glass of Samuel Smith's Winter Welcome Ale, good stuff.
    It's tasty. It has a little more sharp a flavor than a sidecar (as you would expect with the gin), but if that doesn't suit you, adjust the ratio for a little more juice and triple sec/cointreau. Say, 1.5:1:1 rather than the 2:1:1 I use for both white ladies and sidecars. You can also use rum with that same setup. When you do that, it's called an XYZ, or for the less creative, a rum sidecar. That's a tasty one too.
     
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    I like the bitterness and the spice with the citrus (tastes like grapefruit, maybe) on the finish
     

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