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It's like liquid crack...


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So good.


Bought some Promised Land Midnight Chocolate whole milk today based on the posts above. OMG it's like drinking rich premium chocolate ice cream!
LOL, bald1. You speak absolute truth! Big Grin I've had to limit myself to just taking my vitamins and meds with it, i.e., just a few sips at a time. Otherwise, I'd down the whole thing in one gulp like Mr. Balze. Big Grin Eek It's my one vice, as I'm off cigars and alcohol right now... Wink



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Johnnie Walker Platinum. Some friends coming over later and we may try some other scotches or whatever.
 
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Tonight it’s a “Rusty Nail”.


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Tonight it’s a “Rusty Nail”.


Oh the memories LOL
 
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Woodford Reserve Double Oaked tonight...1st time I’ve tried it. I like.
 
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Sounds good, I just finished a bottle of the regular Woodford Reserve.

Right now I'm sipping a hard cider I just made. Generic apple juice and Nottingham ale yeast. Nothing fancy but it's easy and as good as the commercial ones.




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Tonight will be 1792 small batch bourbon.
 
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Woodford Reserve Double Oaked tonight...1st time I’ve tried it. I like.


it's the wife's favorite

we keep a bottle in the house


last night was Laiphroag select, (know I spelt that wrong)

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Finally found me a bottle of Blanton's. Had to import it from New Jersey however since I just can't seem to find it in Utah.

Anyway, pretty good.



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It’s Gran Mariner tonight.


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Tonight will be 1792 small batch bourbon.


I chanced upon 1792 BiB, bought but not yet tasted. Tonight I am swigging Dickel BiB, Bushmill Black, and Kilbeggan Small Batch Rye. The Dickel did not make a good first impression-tasted kind of like dill and old fennel-but after diffusing a bit its hitting a bourbon profile, and a more than hint of bacon. The Kilbeggan started out like a lowland scotch but its mellowing like an irish.


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The first bottled in bond in Iowa since prohibition. Really great for how small of an operation Cedar Ridge is, highly recommend everyone to give them a chance.

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Last night it was Jelinek 10 year old 100 proof Slivovitz.
 
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For my Friday night happy hour, I will be serving Wild Turkey 101!!
 
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A double IPA from our local brew pub here in Murphy. Really hoppy and a great beer.


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Green Spot Irish Whiskey


Good stuff. I’m going to try the Red Spot tonight. I’ve been through the 12, 15 and 21 year Redbreasts, Green and Yellow Spots, and some Powers I don’t see in the US.

But the bar here in Ashford Castle (near Cong, which is where The Quiet Man was filmed) has every Irish whiskey there is - our last night here, so might as well step up.



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Glenlivet 12 year. Costco had it for $27.99 so why not?
 
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Tonight will be Bombay Blue Sapphire Gin with Schweppes tonic water and fresh Mexican lime(off of my tree).....a great hot weather drink.
 
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Narragansett Lager. First time trying it.
 
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Tonight it is a Grand Stretch ...

1.5 oz of your favorite Irish whiskey
1.5 oz of medium roast espresso
½ oz of simple syrup
½ oz of Kahlúa

Shaken and sprinkled a dash of nutmeg when poured.


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