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I also keep a decanter of sherry next to our piano and cello. On the bar cart.

One would never use a bar cart to hold a poured drink. How crass!
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@EbayMafia I suffer similarly as my subtle sensibilities seldom suffice.

The subtle humor - not the constipation. I think my verbal diarrhea keeps me balanced.
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Have I told you about the time I dropped off 3,000 comics at SDCC? Scifinator private msg quote post Address this user
Too much to list or remember. Just did a zombie crawl with my son in reno. Will try to detail tomorrow.
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Have I told you about the time I dropped off 3,000 comics at SDCC? Scifinator private msg quote post Address this user
It started at Shims Warehouse Supply which is an actual speakeasy. I had two Elixir of the Damned. Very insidious concoction of Grenadines, Pineapple Vodka and other spirits. One would have no clue of the alcohol until about 30min later when it hits you.

After that, hit 4 more bars where we did tequila or whiskey shots and ended with a $5 Rolling Rock / Jack shot special.

Our driver (my wife) picked us up and amazingly i had no hangover.
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Samuel Smith's Organic Chocolate Stout tastes like chocolate syrup.


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Got the itch to make an Old Fashioned. I’m working with my Dad this week & they don’t have any oranges, so, I made this one using the peel from one of my Mom’s homegrown lemons instead.

Added just a touch more simple syrup than I usually use and I’ll say, this is one of the best Old Fashions I’ve made.


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This is interesting.
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Collector bige31 private msg quote post Address this user
I’m going super dirty tonight. My dad drinks these. He left this one at my house so we’ll see how it is.
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I’m going super dirty tonight. My dad drinks these. He left this one at my house so we’ll see how it is.
I've had one. A buddy insisted. I'm pretty dirty but the Beatbox fell thru for me!
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Not trying to be an ass since February 12, 2020. HulkSmash private msg quote post Address this user
Appleton Estate Jamaican Rum + Dr Pepper👍🏻
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Masculinity takes a holiday. EbayMafia private msg quote post Address this user
I'm curious how common these are in other parts of the country/globe? They were introduced to me a couple years ago for Old Fashioned's as the $25 per bottle Maraschino Cherry. I couldn't find them very easily for a while and now they are in Costco and even the Grocery store. The syrup is thick like a lacquer and the color is deep purple almost black. Just dropping one with a dribble of syrup into a whiskey shot is basically a cocktail in itself.


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I'm curious how common these are in other parts of the country/globe? They were introduced to me a couple years ago for Old Fashioned's as the $25 per bottle Maraschino Cherry. I couldn't find them very easily for a while and now they are in Costco and even the Grocery store. The syrup is thick like a lacquer and the color is deep purple almost black. Just dropping one with a dribble of syrup into a whiskey shot is basically a cocktail in itself.




Common.


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CBCS Boomhauer HeinzDad private msg quote post Address this user
Household staple. I still don't know what a Manhattan consists of but it takes these. I don't know how to make one but my parents and all my grandparents did.
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TL;DR Davethebrave private msg quote post Address this user
As for my drink this evening, wife and I enjoyed a bottle of Dave Matthew’s finest red.

Not a big DMB fan (no hate, just no love). The wine is solid as a sub-$20 table wine.

I do need to order up a bottle or 10 of Caduceus sometime.
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@EbayMafia Btw, strange timing since my wife suggested an old fashioned.
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@EbayMafia Btw, strange timing since my wife suggested an old fashioned.


That is funny. Those Luxardo Cherries certainly make them more appealing. I don't like Maraschino Cherries at all, but these are different.
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@HeinzDad well I just discovered I’m trash. Didn’t mind it but it did the job haha.
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I'm curious how common these are in other parts of the country/globe? They were introduced to me a couple years ago for Old Fashioned's as the $25 per bottle Maraschino Cherry. I couldn't find them very easily for a while and now they are in Costco and even the Grocery store. The syrup is thick like a lacquer and the color is deep purple almost black. Just dropping one with a dribble of syrup into a whiskey shot is basically a cocktail in itself.




I don't know how common common means but we had two types of maraschino cherry's we had in the house growing up this one and the bright red ones like you'd see in fruit cup and us kids were not allowed to touch the Luxardo's - ever. They were the grownup cherries, off limits. LOL
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CBCS Boomhauer HeinzDad private msg quote post Address this user
I'm not drinking this but I found this awesome bottle. My buddy lived down there in Texas for a while and when he moved back here told me about this brand of tequila and the different gun bottles. This is the one I chose. It turns out it was pretty good liquor as well from what I 'member.

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Anyone ever tried this? Not a very good flavor combination 😳
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It was a one trick pony show but always hilarious. GAC private msg quote post Address this user
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I'm not drinking this but I found this awesome bottle. My buddy lived down there in Texas for a while and when he moved back here told me about this brand of tequila and the different gun bottles. This is the one I chose. It turns out it was pretty good liquor as well from what I 'member.



That is super cool!!
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@GAC, at the time I believe he said there was a “Glock” and “45 colt” as a 350 ml.?.?. I wish I would have had him mule those home.
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Maybe they just like me better. Nah, that's not it. BPaxson002 private msg quote post Address this user
Crystal lite.

Lemonade to be exact.
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120 minute IPA from Dogfish Head. It’s only available at the bar twice a year and they were down to their last keg. I am waiting for the distributors to make it available at the stores.


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100% Kona coffee from Hawaii this morning. Not anywhere close to as good as Kopi Luwat civet droppings coffee (by far the best in the world) but far better than any other arabica or anything else I have ever tried. Can’t really find the 100% in the states, always a blend.
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100% Kona coffee from Hawaii this morning. Not anywhere close to as good as Kopi Luwat civet droppings coffee (by far the best in the world) but far better than any other arabica or anything else I have ever tried. Can’t really find the 100% in the states, always a blend.


I miss Kona coffee... I haven't been back to Hawai'i in years, but I always brought some home when our TDY was over. I won't buy Kona coffee at the store here in Colorado...just not the same. We settle for whole been espresso roast in this house. Lol.
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100% Kona coffee from Hawaii this morning. Not anywhere close to as good as Kopi Luwat civet droppings coffee (by far the best in the world) but far better than any other arabica or anything else I have ever tried. Can’t really find the 100% in the states, always a blend.


Hawaii has been state since 1959. Welcome!
I also love 100% Kona and buy it regularly.
Here in the continental 48
Thank you Fed Ex airplanes!
It ain't cheap, but it's worth it.
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Drinkin some schwaggy Labatts and reading a Daredevil 1-10 trade. Hope your all are having a good night!
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Tossin' back a couple of Fosters Oil Cans.

Just saw a youtube video of the NEW Iron Maiden 12 beer sample case. Now I want to go out and find that.
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Wife wanted a Tom Collins. So I made two.
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