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What is your drink of choice?

AvariceBespoke

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I like Old Fashioneds. sugar cube + water, dash of bitters, muddled orange & 2 brandied cherries, fill w ice, add 2oz of Bulleit bourbon, stir and enjoy
 

nicad2000

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That sounds good - where do you find the brandied cherries?

I generally stick to Eagle Rare + rocks myself.
 

nicad2000

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Thanks for the link, they definitely look worth the small effort. What quantity to you make them in? I can't see going through nearly a mason jar's worth in two weeks or so.
 

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My go to right now is a Chapel Hill. I use Makers Mark, Cointreau, and Roses Lime Juice.
 

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Long Island when I can't think of anything new to try, Black Cat (reisling) for wine.
 

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Macallan's 18 neat
Tanqueray or Hendricks and Tonic
7 and 7
 

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Gin and Tonic, with Bombay Sapphire and just a splash of tonic

Glenfiddich 12, neat (I'm in university, can't afford fancier single malts)

I also like vodka or gin, grapefruit juice, and tonic, it's weird as shit.
 

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Sea Wynde rum with Coke Classic

Drambuie with ice

Laphroiag on ice with a splash of water..

Choice depends on what I am doing at the time..
 

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crown manhattan with just a splash of the sweet vermouth
goose and water w/ a lemon
duvel
glenlivet 12yr

so I guess I have 4 drinks of choice
 

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an old fashioned is nice when it's made well - which is a rarity. you need to usually find a specialty bar, otherwise the bartender tends to screw up a simple drink.

OFs are otherwise great because women tend to be curious about them. However, once women discover that you're drinking an OF, they often comment that the only people they know who drink OFs are their fathers or grandfathers.
 

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My go to is a Canadian whisky and lime diet coke.
 

holymadness

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2 oz. of Tom Ford's sweat, freshly squeezed from a loud spread collar shirt, served over mercedes-shaped ice cubes.

Directions: take pictures for the internet, decide that it actually tastes like horse piss, force the bartender to re-make it five times. Each is so strong that after only one you'll make a complete ass of yourself on the internet and antagonize everyone around you. Cost: $4000.
 

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Lately I have been drinking Knob Creek on the rocks. It's very dependable. I also like water just below room temperature, no ice, with a slice of lemon.
 

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