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--- Quote from: csw on May 05, 2021, 07:16:07 PM ---Liquor? I hardly know her.

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 :-D :clap:

Scotch, Lagavulin is very nice

that said, I don't have it very often and only about a thimbleful at a time.


--- Quote from: csw on May 05, 2021, 07:16:07 PM ---Liquor? I hardly know her.

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You win the thread. :bigass: 🤣😂

Bruichladdich is a Scotch that I love. It's expensive, about $60/bottle, so I usually just get one a year at my birthday.

My years living near Kentucky got me drinking bourbon. Four Roses small batch is my favorite moderately priced bourbon.

Besides wine, I also keep gin in the house.  Each weekend, either Saturday afternoon or Sunday afternoon, I make a cocktail.  Either a Gin & Tonic (with a squeeze of lime and a few dashes of Peychaud's bitters), a Tom Collins (with a few dashes of Angostura bitters), a grapefruit gin fizz (with an egg white), or a Salty Dog.  Usually one of the first two.

I've tried several different gins:
  Gordon's London Dry
  Tanqueray Rangpur Lime
  Beefeater London Dry
  Bombay Sapphire London Dry
  Bluecoat American Dry

Of those, the ones that mix the best into my cocktails are Beefeater and Bombay Sapphire.  Those two don't impart any "off" flavors to the drink.  The Bombay Sapphire adds some interesting other flavors, so I think that's going to be my go-to gin from now on.  (Beefeater is basically all juniper, which is fine too.)  I find it interesting that Bombay Sapphire is also the brand I grew up seeing in the house for my dad's occasional martini.  It's also the brand my sister and her husband buy.


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