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Discussion in 'The Speakeasy' started by Mad Man, Aug 18, 2012.
Teusner The Riebke Shiraz 2010: nice Barossa red.
Earlier tonight I started with a Smirnoff & 7 Up.
Morris Liqueur Tokay. Part of my project to reduce the number of open bottles in the liquor cabinet and also extremely tasty.
Ha! I'm on a Taminick (Booths) muscat right now watching the EPL.
also munching some Lindt 70% dark choc.
Swapped it out for some Mount Gay Extra Old Barbados rum. Rich and firey. I should follow The GF to bed rather than sitting up all night drinking rum, futzing about on t'Interwebs and annoying The Cat...
Russian Standard Gold with a "blessing" of 7 Up and a slice of lemon,
Bush Pilot single barrel, unblended Canadian whisky, distilled in 1969, bottled in 1982, and opened three days ago. On ice.
Raspberry infused vodka - check it out...
It is still summer here and my favourite spirits are very much cooler weather drinking. Tonight is a Schneider Weisse Tap 7 with my pasta salad.
Since I'm waiting for my next raspberry vodka infusions to be ready later this week, I think I'll indulge in a bit of this tonight:
Thanks for sharing that recipe, SWMBO was most impressed
J&B scotch and Chinotto. Am I the first to invent this drink? I hope so, so I can give it a ridiculous name.
Quite nice, though.
Abueto Panamanian Rum
Guiness: self-gassing can
Just tried a bottle of the fairly new Stella Artois Pear cidre (they insist it's Cidre and not cider on their advert).
I knew it would be a mistake! Foul, sweet, chemical flavoured faux perry!
I'll stick to proper perry in the future. Don;t know why I bought the bottle as I get gallons of real perry from a friend of mine who makes his own by the forty gallon drum!
It's nice enough to help out the guys here on B&B, but when even SWMBO is impressed I feel like I've really accomplished something!
Have you tried the recipe yet? Raspberry season is almost over.
Oak Smoked Double Bock.
Bushmills Black at a hotel bar.
Wild Turkey Manhattan.
A splash of Stirrings Blood Orange Bitters and a generous measure of Templeton Rye over lots of ice. Have yet to come up with a name, but dang is this drink delicious!
Makers Mark. Neat. Never bought it before.