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Send them my way!  All my house guests leave are dirty sheets and a vaguely bad smell in the guest room.

I'll bring something special when I visit.;-)

post #452 of 498
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Send them my way!  All my house guests leave are dirty sheets and a vaguely bad smell in the guest room.

 

Stop inviting your wife's family over. Problem solved.

 

Oh, and I'm drinking a Cherry Coke Zero.

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Someone "left" a bottle of this at my house. Never tried the Fine Oak version. I will report back!:-D

Drank the Fine Oak 10 when it was first introduced... it was light.

 

I assume the 15 is light and smooth.

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I assume the 15 is light and smooth.

 

Yes. I am having moar Talisker, which is pretty much just moar peat.

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Took the boy to piano lessons today and was offered a glass of this while waiting.


Dee-lish!!

 

Nice. Got a half bottle, still in a cupboard somewhere. Ardbeg (of any type) is a top dram.

 

 

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New meat!

 


Oh yes! A beautiful part of the world and some excellent whisky. Need to get some more of this 10-y/o as it's really, really good.

 

 

Anyway, tonight I'm mostly drinking some really dark, Guyanan Demerara rum. Straight up, although would work really, really well with ginger ale and some lime as a (Dark & Stormy) long drink.

 

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I thought a Dark n Stormy was made with ginger beer?
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Anyway, tonight I'm mostly drinking some really dark, Guyanan Demerara rum. Straight up, although would work really, really well with ginger ale and some lime as a (Dark & Stormy) long drink.

 

I have yet to try a Demerara rum that I like, always tastes "burnt" to me. 

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I have yet to try a Demerara rum that I like, always tastes "burnt" to me. 

Doesn't scotch/whisky burn? Or is it the flavor of "burnt"?
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Stop inviting your wife's family over. Problem solved.

Oh, and I'm drinking a Cherry Coke Zero.

I'm not the one that invites my wife's family over...... a4_sad.gif

Guinness with my pizza tonight.
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Doesn't scotch/whisky burn? Or is it the flavor of "burnt"?

The flavour of "burnt molasses". YMMV.

post #461 of 498

jesse James, a rather nice bourbon.

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My favorite...on the rocks.

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Originally Posted by colin007 View Post

I thought a Dark n Stormy was made with ginger beer?

 

 

Ginger beer == ginger ale. Same thing, at least over here.

 

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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post
 

I have yet to try a Demerara rum that I like, always tastes "burnt" to me. 

 

I know what you mean but I don't find it that 'burnt'. More of a molasses kind of hit for me. As a matter of fact, have a rather large shot of it by my side again tonight!

post #464 of 498
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Ginger beer == ginger ale. Same thing, at least over here.

 

 

 

Really?? In Canada, ginger ale and ginger beer are very different. Ginger beer typically has a massive ginger hit, kinda burns the nostrils. 

 

Ginger ale is much less pronounced, something kids can drink, ginger beer not so much.

post #465 of 498

Enjoyed a glass of Macallan 12 the other night ... very enjoyable. An easy drinker for scotch.

 

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Originally Posted by Mr. Desmond View Post

Enjoyed a glass of Macallan 12 the other night ... very enjoyable. An easy drinker for scotch.



One of my favorites. Tremendous value. I like the 12 better than the 18.......
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At $11 a bottle, this one's tough to beat.
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Originally Posted by Mr. Desmond View Post

Enjoyed a glass of Macallan 12 the other night ... very enjoyable. An easy drinker for scotch.



Good idea. Great way to relax after putting my 8 month old twins to sleep.


The brown liquid in the test jar is an English brown ale I just transferred to a keg. Very excited for that one. Should be ready in 2 or 3 weeks.
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