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Errr...maybe I have a problem, since the last post in this thread was mine from a week ago, and I'm drinking the same things again. Anyhoo, Bloody Mary (this time with the low-sodium tomato juice). The vodka I buy is Svedka, which can be had for $17 per 1.75L bottle at my local spirits shop. If you drink vodka 'neat', I can certainly understand springing for Kettle One or Grey Goose. But if you chill your vodka and use it in mixed drinks, I think spending much more than $20/bottle is silly. Cheers!

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My dad taught me to make Manhattan's the same way he made his Martinis ... short glass, 3 ice cubes, add booze, hold glass up to your chin and quietly say "Vermouth" .... he liked his VERY Dry ...

My drink of choice ... a good cup of strong coffee or the occasional cappuccino.

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My dad taught me to make Manhattan's the same way he made his Martinis ... short glass, 3 ice cubes, add booze, hold glass up to your chin and quietly say "Vermouth" .... he liked his VERY Dry ...

+1 for coffee in the mornings. Not much more than a beer for me in the evenings now with a 1-week old at home since I need to be either alert or asleep.

As for the super-dry martinis, I used to go that route but once on a whim I tried following the ordiary recipe and I was pleasantly surprised. It can be quite a nice drink that surpasses the straight liquor. Sometimes you want something drier, but it's worth trying as an alternative.

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My friend and his wife just got back from Mexico and brought me a few nice bottles of Tequila...this could get ugly.

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  • 3 weeks later...
Chivas Regal tonight baby!

Hey Iacas, sorry if my posts get sloppy. I know you delete my shit all the time...

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ooohhhhmmmmmmmm............On the rocks




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What I'm doing right now is probably a sin, given tonight: I'm having Scotch. 364 nights/year, that's fine. But tonight's St. Patrick's Day, and I left my only bottle of Irish at the office. At least I had some earlier today, so I didn't completely neglect it.

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After home made Irish coffees I am kicking back to a Jamison and water. Happy St. Patty's Day!!!!

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After home made Irish coffees I am kicking back to a Jamison and water. Happy St. Patty's Day!!!!

Ohhhh Don't ever call it St Patty's Day! Its Patrick's or at the very least Paddy's Day!

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Red wine for your health. I talked to many people who avocate drinking red wine to help keep the arteries slippery from blood clots, sounds good to me, cheers!

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Red wine for your health. I talked to many people who avocate drinking red wine to help keep the arteries slippery from blood clots, sounds good to me, cheers!

cabernet french...sorry cali dude..lol

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Tonight

Negro Modello
Negro Modello
Patron Shot
Thai Whiskey /7up
Thai Whiskey/7up
Thai Whiskey Shot
Thai Whiskey/7up

Friend drove me home. I haven't been this drunk in a while. I think mixing that Patron shot in is what put me over the edge.

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Ohhhh Don't ever call it St Patty's Day! Its Patrick's or at the very least Paddy's Day!

Understood! ;)

In my SasQuatch carry bag.
909D2 9.5* (Aldila Voodo Shaft)
FT 3W 15* (Fujikura E370 Shaft Stiff Flex)
FT Hybrid 21* Nuetral (Fujikura Fit On M Hybrid Stiff Flex)
FT Hybrid 24* Nuetral (Fujikura Fit On M Hybrid Stiff Flex)Irons: X22 Tour 5 thru PW (True Temper Dynamic Gold S300) 2* upright (also...

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Last night it was smirnoff raspberry with flat club soda and lime juice. Classy, I know, but I've got to get rid of that cough syrup-flavored junk somehow... Actually, had I used some less-flat soda and a bit more lime, it might have been enjoyable instead of merely tolerable.

Might see if I can find some corned beef on clearance for tomorrow night and finish off the bottle of Jameson.

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FT-iQ 10° driver, FT 21° neutral 3H
T-Zoid Forged 15° 3W, MX-23 4-PW
Harmonized 52° GW, Tom Watson 56° SW, X-Forged Vintage 60° LW
White Hot XG #1 Putter, 33"

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I agree 100% nice to see a fellow mick on the site... I was born in Derry but moved to the U.S when i was 3 y/o so needless to say i have 37 years here but visit my family in belfast yearly.... Slainte mo chara!!!!

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