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  • keb
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    Patron Silver. Rocks with a little squeeze of lime... (OK it was Saturday night...)

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  • keb
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    It's a twister, it's a twister!

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  • Yonkdaddy
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    On a different but still drink-related topic, I have been on a quest to produce the perfect microfoam for my wife's daily latte, with a closely-aligned goal of generating some impressive latte art. While still partly random, I'm pretty proud of this morning's effort!

    Last edited by Yonkdaddy; 08-26-2011, 02:01 PM.

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  • keb
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    Nicely done! The Herradura's a nice touch at the end. You're missing a Lagavulin or Laphroig though. I like me some old smokey ocean peat...

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  • Flinx
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    The bar at a get-together with a bunch of friends in OR this past April...



    The Glenrothes is the third from the right, about 45 minutes after corking.

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  • keb
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    Originally posted by Flinx View Post
    1991 please!
    Oooo... Drool!!

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  • Flinx
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    1991 please!

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  • keb
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    Originally posted by Flinx View Post
    Glenrothes, neat.
    One of the vintages or the Special Reserve?

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  • Flinx
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    Glenrothes, neat.

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  • keb
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    YooHoo... Nectar of the gods...

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  • MtnMan
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    Sittin on the front stoop, suckin' on a YooHoo and listenin' to Aretha scream...

    Well, one can dream...

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  • keb
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    Appalachian Brewing Company Root Beer. yum.

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  • ncb4
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    Tonight, after what seems like the 900th day in a row of steamy Georgia heat, my favorite drink is a peach daiquiri: which I make with peaches from the local orchard, limeade, rum, lots and lots of ice, and my secret ingredient, a splash of Amaretto. One sip and I feel twenty degrees cooler.

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  • Frank II
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    Nectar of the Gods!!!!!
    Last edited by Frank II; 08-13-2011, 01:10 PM.

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  • flitcraft
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    Japanese genmaicha (green tea with roasted rice) is great hot or iced. My current beer favorites are Donnington's SBA when in England, Alaska Amber when it's hot at home, and Young's Double Chocolate Stout when it's not. My current affordable red wine is Chateau Ste Michelle Syrah (2007). It's on sale a lot for around 9 bucks a bottle. Current affordable white is Dashwood Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand--about the same price on sale. And we found a screaming rose deal a few months ago--3.99 a bottle for an Italian rose from the Veneto. (Can't remember the winery, but it probably doesn't matter, since it isn't available anymore.) But it did remind me that there are some good summer sipping roses being made these days in Northern Italy.

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