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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. ama

    ama Distinguished Member

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    Glad I had the foresight to stash away a couple bottles. [​IMG]

    Cracked open a Springbank 10yr 100proof last night. Reignited my appreciation for non-Islay Scotch.


    You and me both! I think I have 6 of them stored away. I found them for $42 once and went a little crazy.

    I love Sprinkbank. D & M in your neck of the woods just sent me a Springbank 12 CS aged in a wine cask of some sorts that they had bottled exclusively for them. Might be worth checking out.
     


  2. Warren G.

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    eagle rare 17..always a treat.
     


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    Nice quote: "Rum makes a fine hot drink, a fine cold drink, and is not so bad from the neck of a bottle." Fortune Magazine, 1933.

    I love it. I've certainly been known to have a splash of rum on its own from time to time... Not usually from the neck of the bottle though.
     


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    3 fingers of Eagle Rare 10...one of those days
     


  5. Piobaire

    Piobaire Not left of center?

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    What is wrong with me? Repeat of last night but know I have to get up at 5:45am and go to work.
     


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    [​IMG] Laphroaig 15 here. Sad this one is gone.
    You and me both! I think I have 6 of them stored away. I found them for $42 once and went a little crazy.
    Oooh, nice. I have just one, unopened. It will probably stay that way for some time. My "It's on SALE" craziness was four Oban Distillers for $46 from Astor of all places. I really enjoy that whisky.
    Given the thread's contents, you would expect more spelling errors and the inevitable and hilarious drunk poast
    Well, you know how many posts here indicate what was consumed 'last night?'[​IMG] More that most of the posters are tasters, which keeps that down, I think.
    It is purely genetics and time has slowed me down. I had a mild headache the first hour I was awake this morning. I also do not do that too often anymore.
    Even with genetics, I couldn't afford that kind of $$ damage.
    eagle rare 17..always a treat.
    Indeed!
    I love it. I've certainly been known to have a splash of rum on its own from time to time... Not usually from the neck of the bottle though.
    Hmmm, a nice Zacapa....
    [​IMG] What is wrong with me? Repeat of last night but know I have to get up at 5:45am and go to work.
    How's your stress levels?
     


  7. Piobaire

    Piobaire Not left of center?

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    How's your stress levels?

    Relative to my normal life? Fairly low. [​IMG]
     


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    Templeton Rye, from batch 4: this seems the new bottling and shipment as it is on the shelf again in stores and this bottle is dated Dec 3 2010, not long ago. Rich, deep, even sightly smokey.
     


  9. Huntsman

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    The Monte Cassino -- aka, the Last Word in a dark mirror.
    Relative to my normal life? Fairly low. [​IMG]
    Nice! Sounds like a reason to celebrate!
     


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    Ahh had a pretty rough week. Mornings to afternoon attending classes with a short lunch break, then after tend to work until evening where I come home and start studying (with a short dinner) until about an hour after midnight and sleep, repeating this for the last 5 days or so... meaning not a drop of alcohol consumed the last 5 days, as I'm a guy who can't really study with alcohol around. Now I've earned myself some rest as the next two days free from classes and work. Currently drinking some Ron Zapaca 23[​IMG] very delicious !! After a few hours and a nice dinner, I think I'll open up some Belgian goodies (Chimay & St. Bernardus comes to mind) [​IMG]
     


  11. Warren G.

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    Now I've earned myself some rest as the next two days free from classes and work. Currently drinking some Ron Zapaca 23[​IMG] very delicious !! After a few hours and a nice dinner, I think I'll open up some Belgian goodies (Chimay & St. Bernardus comes to mind) [​IMG]

    well deserved ... I got couple Chimay sitting around, I might crack that open soon [​IMG]
     


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    Blue Moon at the Sac Kings game. Worth err penny
     


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    Just had a heavy pour of Blanton's Single Barrel, and I'm considering a second one. Good end to a rough week. Question: I'm a bourbon guy, but I've only tried half-a-dozen or so (limited availability in my town until recently) and would like some suggestions for what I should pick up when I hit the liquor store tomorrow. I've tried to read the Bourbon thread but it's HEAVY on info and I'm a little too drunk to comprehend that sort of information. To give a frame of reference, I like Knob Creek, Blanton's, Woodford, and Basil Hayden's. Less of a fan of Bulleit. Haven't had enough Booker's to have a decent opinion.
     


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    Non-alcohol(ic) beer is unnatural.
     


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    Just had a heavy pour of Blanton's Single Barrel, and I'm considering a second one. Good end to a rough week.

    Question: I'm a bourbon guy, but I've only tried half-a-dozen or so (limited availability in my town until recently) and would like some suggestions for what I should pick up when I hit the liquor store tomorrow. I've tried to read the Bourbon thread but it's HEAVY on info and I'm a little too drunk to comprehend that sort of information. To give a frame of reference, I like Knob Creek, Blanton's, Woodford, and Basil Hayden's. Less of a fan of Bulleit. Haven't had enough Booker's to have a decent opinion.


    eagle rare 10.
     


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