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Bain's Cape Mountain Whisky. Which is actually better than it sounds.

 

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You've mentioned it before, and I've never had the pleasure.  I'm on the lookout......

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Anyone ever try Wasmonds? Distilled in my hometown, pretty good stuff
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Someone at work gave me this today, so I left early. a2_wink.gif
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Did you get teabagged, Gaelic style?

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Did you get teabagged, Gaelic style?

Salty like the sea a2_wink.gif

It's pronounced Che-vek smart ass.
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Salty like the sea a2_wink.gif

It's pronounced Che-vek smart ass.

Whateeeeeeever you have to tell yourself. a2_wink.gif
post #332 of 498
The alcohol content should be sufficient to kill any cooties that may have been lingering on the bag.
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You have to love the Gaelic and Welsh languages.  I cannot even begin to try and pronounce some of the words.  Reminds me of a line from a Python skit.  "Its spelled Raymond Luxury Yacht, but it is pronounced 'Throat Warbler Mangrove."

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Someone at work gave me this today, so I left early. a2_wink.gif

 

Haven't seen that in a while. Used to go cloudy in the bottle/glass if cold from what I remember. Nice.

 

Try some Campbeltown if you get the chance - peaty but not explosive like Islay can be. Their 10 y/o Springbank was very good as I recall. Not had the chance to try their peaty Longrow stuff but here's hoping for some day...

 

Can I get some recommendations from my American cousins? Not so long ago, discovered rye whiskey as opposed to typical 'bourbon' we tend to see in the U.K. Now, IMO, the pure rye stuff is orders of magnitude better than the often too sweet Jack Daniels type of stuff so I'm looking for some (not too expensive!) ryes to try out. All suggestions gratefully received...

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After reading a couple of these threads lately, BC and Long Game, I need a drink!

 

For a starter kit, I prefer Aberlour

 

Ablerlour 10 is typically inexpensive and good.

 

I drank Abunad'h when my ex and I would drink together -- still didn't save the marriage.:surrender:

 

Thank goodness in many ways.

 

 

 

http://www.aberlour.com/en/therange

 

Aberlour is my favorite scotch although I typically go for the 12. I've tried some of the smokier ones like Bowmore, and they just aren't for me.

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Scotch is wonderful.  Beer is wonderful. Bourbon is wonderful.  Drunkenness is wonderful.  But alas, I have had a terrible year with Gout.  Been totally on the wagon for a few months now.  Hopefully I'll be able to take it up to some degree again in the coming months.  I miss it so.

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Probably, usually do on Fri night. Though I had 3 really good martini's last night so maybe not.

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Highland Park 18. Merry pre-emptive Christmas to me.

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Went for an early happy hour last night after work. Several cream ales and a handful of whiskey shots. Two bottles of red wine later on at dinner with the wife. Didn't make it to work today. Must have been something I ate. :-P

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Highland Park 18. Merry pre-emptive Christmas to me.


Ahhhhhhhh, christmas cometh early.

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Anyone else enjoying the drink tonight?

I had a LaBatt Blue Light as a perfect compliment with my London broil and baked potato w/ broccoli. Does that count?

 

I may have a Southern Comfort Manhattan a little later, too.

 

post #342 of 498

Just got some of this… I like it.

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