Discussion in 'Cooking & Spirits' started by ducati_EL34, Mar 11, 2009.
Buffalo Trace on an ice ball
Sam Adams Hopscape on tap. It's OK...
A dram of Weller 107 KSBW on the rocks with a side of Living Colour (grin)
Nice. I'm having a side of Blodwyn Pig with my KSBW.
Cheers to spring time
You're incorrigible, but I'm not giving up on you.
When I think of Blodwyn Pig I don't think of a beverage. But this could be interesting. A blast from the past?
There's a name I haven't heard in a while. (grin)
Time for some bourbon and lemonade with side of Stand Up.
Great LP, with great cover art.
A Slush puppie.
They carry this Polish beer at my local Costco in Riverhead, which has a large Polish population. I guess that's where they ended up after they couldn't stand the hipsters in Williamsburg & Greenpoint in Brooklyn anymore! Anyway I will be enjoying one of these in about an hour with a sidecar of Willet bourbon neat. It is Thirsty Thursday after all.
I have no idea how it is pronounced, but I do like the 500ml bottle. Perfect pour for an Imperial pint glass. A nice European beer.
Sitting in the mountains of western N.C. drinking a Gin & Tonic
Some great brewed coffee.
Diet Dr. Pepper.
@Weeb Assam tea...yet again.
Vitamixed smoothie of red grapes, banana, strawberries, wild blueberries, honey, homemade yogurt, echinacea powder, and Cran-raspberry juice as the blending liquid.
That must be darn good tea. I'd like to try it with a spritz of lemon and a shot of Bombay Sapphire. I need to try some new things.
If you enjoy bone-dry martinis straight up, Bombay Sapphire is like ice-cold water with a KICK. Unfortunately it's not cheap for a family man like me. The wife won't raise an eyebrow if I stick to Gordon's.
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