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A little Jack Single Barrel over ice.
 
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tonic water while I am practicing the guitar



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Taking a break from Octoberfest with Texas brewed dunkelweizen



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Not bad at all.


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Shed Profanity ale.


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A little "old school" Spaten Oktoberfest with some bonded American whiskey.... in the gloaming of an October evening.

I was looking for Two Roads Marzen Ok2berfest... which is GREAT stuff... but none was to be had at the two liquor stores I visited. So I settled on Spaten... which is OK Oktoberfest, but has that "mass produced for the masses" taste to it.

I was in Orlando earlier this week, wandering through "Disney Springs." A kiosk there sells "drinkin' supplies." I bought a square tumbler with an ice mold that creates a well with ice walls inside the glass.

Had to have it.


I'm also taking precautionary action against the effects of oxidation that occur in near-empty whiskey bottles.

The Old Taylor Bond is 100 proof, and handles the ice well.

I don't detect the smoky notes in the Old Taylor that others have mentioned. Maybe that's because I do enjoy the really smoky stuff from Scotland and my palate has become desensitized.

Sorry for the poor photography... low light conditions!


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3 fingers of Monkey Shoulder, 1 cube of ice.



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Rully Clos des Mollepierres - a tasty white burgundy (French Chardonnay)



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Ego is the anesthesia that deadens the pain of stupidity

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It's an OctoberFest sampler weekend.







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Two fingers of Eagle Rare and a couple cubes of ice.


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Lagunitas Achtuberfest



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couple of local octoberfest at lunch, Legends,
great brewery and the oldest micro in RVA,

now relaxing with a DFH 60 minute, getting ready for another



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Johnnie Walker Red Label. Too much beer lately... Smile
 
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I am not sure if i have ever posted in here. Balvenie 15 yr
 
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Well then, you're leading off with s good one !




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couple of local octoberfest at lunch, Legends,
great brewery and the oldest micro in RVA,

now relaxing with a DFH 60 minute, getting ready for another


I spent a day there in the spring, playing taste everything in sight. 'Twas a very good day.


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I am not sure if i have ever posted in here. Balvenie 15 yr


^ Good choice. I had the 12-yo double wood balvenie myself last night. Tonight will be my favorite single malt.....Laphroaig quarter cask.


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Delirium Nocturnum...in a Duvel glass.



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I am not sure if i have ever posted in here. Balvenie 15 yr


^ Good choice. I had the 12-yo double wood balvenie myself last night. Tonight will be my favorite single malt.....Laphroaig quarter cask.


I am typically a glenmorangie man.
 
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