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Paper plane cocktail.




A Aussie Shiraz




20 year old port that some bugger drunk.
Oh wait that was me 😜
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I learned this little trick at a get-together about a week ago: For a whiskey sour or similar drink, use a spoon to drizzle a floater of red wine on top (Shiraz was recommended but others work). It stays separated. makes for a cool looking cocktail (looks like a candle) and in my opinion it seems to neutralize the acidity a bit.
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The fancy dancy cocktail I been making with the wine floater on top of the whisky sour-ish drink. Pretty cool looking I think:

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TL;DR Davethebrave private msg quote post Address this user
Frankendrink?

Leftover fruit from a sangria plus some brandy on top…
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Collector CatmanAmerica private msg quote post Address this user
Rogue Dead Guy Ale, it's a bit lighter brew I'm used to ...except in concept!


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It was a one trick pony show but always hilarious. GAC private msg quote post Address this user
Coffee dark roast: double double
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Collector ThorneArt private msg quote post Address this user
Whiskey and Ginger Ale.
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Collector 00slim private msg quote post Address this user
Double Scotch on the Rocks.


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Collector jake private msg quote post Address this user
sam's oktoberfest and a boozy milkshake
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Rum and coke. Multiple. Correction, many.

Recently bought a racing simulator rig. Wife didn’t drink tonight so friendly “wager” on who can turn the faster times on the “track”… once she puts baby to bed…

I am staunchly against drinking and driving but I am also incredibly curious… so interested to see the results…
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Don’t matter…don’t have enough!!


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Results are in. Will never share the results with my kids…

End of results.
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A double, a single, annnnd probably one more . . .

The wife suggested “Jack in the Box” for a late dinner (via DoorDash) & I agreed.

In other words, I should have stopped after the first double.
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It was a one trick pony show but always hilarious. GAC private msg quote post Address this user
In Wasaga Beach (north of Toronto) visiting mom and dad this long weekend....I will be enjoying a few highballs with my brother and dad. Life's great and simple pleasures are many times, the one's we look forward to most.
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Look at the percentage.
I didn't realize until I finished my pulled pork burger and I was into my second glass
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Look at the percentage.
I didn't realize until I finished my pulled pork burger and I was into my second glass


For a while my “goto” beer was delerium tremens

8.5%
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For a while my “goto” beer was delerium tremens

8.5%

Michael Jackson, the beer guru, not the performer, introduced me to DT at a beer tasting. So good!
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My wife got my this for my birthday. Hmmm, where to start?!


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Masculinity takes a holiday. EbayMafia private msg quote post Address this user
Drink the hand sanitizer first.
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@EbayMafia LOL. I think that it is repackaged grain. Didn’t feel so adventurous, so went with the Balvenie 12. My buddies were feeling pretty generous this year, so got some other presents. Cheers!
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Well, I know what I WILL be drinking in December, courtesy of my (awesome) wife:


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If I could, I would. I swear. DrWatson private msg quote post Address this user
Unsweet iced tea.

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@Davethebrave Awesome! 24? It's 25 days including Christmas!!
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Every year there is a huge fair on the square where I live. Best part for me the last several years is the wine tasting tent they have set up. Black's Fairy Meadery has set up there and they end up being one of the biggest draws every year. I'll go on record and say that I have tried several different types of meade and I can't say that I'm a fan.
This stuff is completely different. They have a bunch of different flavors and I haven't found one that I haven't disliked yet. You can pretty much only get it on line or at their shop. I've been looking forward to the fair for the past month just just I can sample every one they had. This was my personal favorite by far.



If you want to take a chance and try it, here is their website. Very highly recommended. Just an FYI, the bottles are only 375ml (12.6 oz) but still completely worth it.
https://blacksfairymeadery.com/
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It was a one trick pony show but always hilarious. GAC private msg quote post Address this user
highball in my backyard.


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Does anyone know enough to teach me a bit about Brandy or Cognac? Whenever I come across them at the liquor store I wonder who drinks them, how they are drank and why that choice?
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@EbayMafia I studied brandy and cognac at the library. Brandy Library.

The education I received was intoxicating.

Absent access to a great library, I recommend a high quality sampler.

Timely: https://www.themanual.com/food-and-drink/what-is-cognac-the-complete-guide/
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Both suck
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Both suck

I figure there is a reason why they don't have much popularity. But someone mentioned drinking them heated and that caught my attention. I was wondering if they have a different effect than something like Whiskey.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by HeinzDad
Both suck

I figure there is a reason why they don't have much popularity. But someone mentioned drinking them heated and that caught my attention. I was wondering if they have a different effect than something like Whiskey.


Great line of reasoning there. Popularity to determine quality.

Works for music, right? Definitely works for food and drink too, hahaha.
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