What are you drinking right now?

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

  1. Huntsman

    Huntsman Senior member

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    I'm drinking what was labeled a Alejandra where I found it- a brandy alexander with Kahula rather than creme de caco. And I'm using an experimental home-made creme de cafe rather than the kahula. It be tasty. And I love the froth of shaken 'cream' cocktails. I'll have to try them with real cream rather than half and half sometime, they're probably even better.
    I didn't know that's what it was called, but I, too, sometimes use Kahlua in my Alexanders -- but mine are always gin. ~ H
     


  2. cptjeff

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    Well, the name came off a website, so make of it what you will. It's not in either of my cocktail books, so I don't think it's all that official.
     


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    Tomintoul 27 and after some nasty period of adjustment, Van Winkle Lot B. Note to self: do not mix scotch & bourbon in the same night.
     


  4. Warren G.

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    Note to self: do not mix scotch & bourbon in the same night.

    tonight I had a glass of Knob Creek and Caol Ila 12.
     


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    tonight I had a glass of Knob Creek and Caol Ila 12.

    i'd do that with some generous spacing, so i can see that, but I agree, I wouldn't want to back to back them in a session.

    I am drinking Cass Light, a tallboy of cat piss. [​IMG] Thanks to my country for their lack of beer tech.
     


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    2007 Delectus Cabernet Franc.
     


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    2 parts Simply Lemonade to 1 part Firefly.
     


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  9. Huntsman

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    Bee's Knees.

    Not successful, but I think it has potential.
     


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    Sailor Jerry spiced rum. 46% pretty good too.
     


  11. Warren G.

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    made a classic daiquiri
     


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    Yummy!

    [​IMG]
     


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    Made a few manhattans. Delicious.
     


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    Last night Smuttynose IPA. Today Avery Old Jubilation Ale.
     


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