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Glenmorangie The Quinta Ruban 12 Years Old
 
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Be prepared for loud noise and recoil
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Redbreast cask strength neat with a few drops of chilled water to ward against the chill from the snowstorm outside.


Great stuff!




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Glenmorangie The Quinta Ruban 12 Years Old


Closest thing I've found to Dalmore Cigar Malt. Good stuff!
 
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My hypocrisy goes only so far
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A favorite of mine from one of my favorite breweries.






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tired, or just lazy
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Just finished a rum and coke.


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A favorite of mine from one of my favorite breweries.




I'll be sipping an Old Rasputin tonight. I haven't tried the Brother Thelonious; I'll have to look for that on my next trip to the beer store.


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Sat. happy hour calls for a 1792 small batch bourbon.....maybe two!!
 
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Milos unsweet tea. Wink
 
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Joie de vivre
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An inexpensive spiced rum with tonic followed later by a nice shot of Buffalo Trace neat with a few drops of water.


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and three or more is a congress.
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Lonach bottling of Mortlach 19 Yr. The LGS discounted this from $149 to $64.00. It sits on the tongue like melted butter. Dangerously tastey.


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Tonight it is “Champagne Dreams” .... a mix of 2 oz Pomegranate liqueur, 1⁄4 oz Orange liqueur, 1 oz Fresh orange juice, 2 oz Champagne ... very nice!


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Having some more 1881 Porter.







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Festina Lente
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No glass, right out of the pint can.




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Tinker Sailor Soldier Pie
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Ohh yeah...



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What whiskey will not cure, there is no cure.
 
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Col. EH. Taylor ...man it’s good, got a bottle in a store two weeks ago...they didn’t have any bulleit bourbon and the man directed me to the Colonels bourbon...

Sadly it has all evaporated or something since then.



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Knob Creek single barrel
 
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Tinker Sailor Soldier Pie
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Tonight I'm actually having some eggnog with Knob Creek.



The Pappy Van Winkle is for Christmas from the wife. Not allowed to open it beforehand.


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~R.G. Justified

What whiskey will not cure, there is no cure.
 
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Don't think I've ever posted to this thread, but my usual is Crown Royal with some Diet Pepsi. My wife's Uncle said it's sacrilegious as he drinks Crown on the rocks.

I'll add that the family that comes here for occasions, including Uncle Tony will finish a 1.75 L in a night, most on ice w/coke.


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mercy, walk humbly...
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I ended the weekend with an IPA by Edmund’s Oast out of Charleston, SC...Bound by Time...one of my favorite beers.
 
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