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The Liquor Thread

Discussion in 'The Breakroom' started by GrayMouser, Aug 29, 2015.

  1. ran23
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    why can't it be Five here?
     
  2. jds1

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    Sounds pretty good, doesn't it? :)

    Jeff
     
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  3. jds1

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    From last Winter.

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    Jeff
     
  4. Moshe ben David

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    Always is, SOMEWHERE. Just ask Jimmy. (Jimmy Buffet of course. Warren wouldn't know.)

    L'chaim!

    Moshe ben David
     
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  5. JoeLiberty

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    Bourbon: Knob Creek
    Scotch: Ardbeg 10

    That's a well stocked bar for me.
     
  6. jds1

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    :)

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  7. X-Roop

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    Id love to try that. I just made my first gallon of mead. Was ready to drink last week. Its already gone, whoops!
     
  8. SOS24
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    I usually prefer beer, but if I'm doing liquor, my favorites are:
    Tullamore Dew - won't drink any other Irish Whiskey
    Jack Daniels - That is my cheap if I'm doing whiskey
    Captain Morgen's Spiced Rum - my favorite rum. Great for mixing with juices or Mr Pibb or Dr Pepper if Mr Pibb isn't available
    Blue Ridge Vodka - It is from a local distillery. Vodka mixes well with almost anything.
    Smirnoff Vodka - If I can't get the Blue Ridge, I'll go cheap with Smirnoff
     
  9. jda

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    Ive yet to meet a whiskey I didnt like.
    Im cheap and everythings good after the 4th so JD, at room temp or with coke, does the ticket

    Can not do tequila, stuff goes south faster than a retired new yorker in december.
    Vodka is a close second, but usually ends with my buddies filling me in on what I did, he next morning.

    Also not at all a fan of beer, but I wont pass a cold Guinness

    Much past that and youre gettin too fancy for me.
     
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    Jack went though a change awhile back and it didn't taste the same.
    Then they came out with Gentleman Jack and it tastes like the original.
    I only buy Gentleman Jack, MUCH BETTER.
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    Mainly I just drink Miller Lite.
     
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  11. Tony Sal

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    Uh... kinda like it all depending when and where!
    A buddy turned down a vodka, He said he was allergic - he said he breaks out in handcuffs....
     
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    Gentleman Jack is good, but my overall preferred whiskey is Tullamore Dew.
     
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    I cannot stand whisky, whiskey or bourbon. My tipples of choice are:
    cask ales (proper British beer, served at room temperature and not a hint of fizzy.
    Merlot
    Brandy, usually Courvoisier or Remy Martin
    Gin (always with tonic) - it comes in tins now, who'd have thought ?

    If it's "one of those nights" then we may drift into Ouzo or Sambuca territory - forget doing anything the next day and avoid naked flames.
     
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