What are you drinking now?

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  1. HarmanKardon

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    A 1988 Beerenauslese.
     
  2. Eywadude

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    Iced tea. Nothing like iced tea on a nice summer's day. :)
     
  3. bobabode

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    A couple fingers of Weller Antique 107 on ice.
     
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    I went to grab that at the local liquor store, but they and everyone else seems to be all out. :( I've heard it's great stuff.
     
  5. phantomrebel

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    A nice glass of Vinsanto (2010 Vinsanto del Chianti Classico) from the Antinori house. Not a Sauternes, but hits many notes.
     

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  6. bobabode

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    It really is a very good 'wheated' bourbon for the price, ($40 here in Southern California) Hope you're able to find some up there in Ontario, cousin. Sorry about all the tar and feathering during our troubles with Mad King George. (grin)
     
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  7. Eywadude

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    No worries, all is forgiven. :D But yeah, I've heard it's really good stuff, and not just "for the price". For whatever it's worth, the Whiskey Bible gave it an incredibly high score of 96/100. And it was actually selling for $35 Canadian up here! o_O Just a week ago there were still some stores close to me that had a few bottles, but all the stores around me have completely sold out. Maybe the word is getting out about just how good of a deal it is? I sure hope to snag a bottle sometime to find out for myself. Cheers.
     
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    About two fingers of Deep Eddy orange vodka over ice.
     
  10. xero-D-hero

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    Working on my second Rolling Rock whilst listening to some Rolling Stones,LOL.
    (BTW the song is "Angie")

    Bret P.
     
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    Finally a pale ale not overhopped!
     
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  12. xero-D-hero

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    Oh yeah,I've kept my hands off of my (unopened) bottle of Weller Antique till I have another bottle on hand.
    Heck I've even gotten stingy with my (half full) Weller special reserve since all Weller products have gotten kinda scarce around here.

    I make-do mostly by drinking Buffalo Trace -or- having some whiskey sours made with Gentleman Jack...

    FWIW

    Bret P.
     
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  13. bobabode

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    Ahhh, Rolling Rock from old Latrobe, Pa. We used to fill up a cooler with the seven ounce 'Pony' bottles before we went to work back when I was a roofer in the early '70s. Fun times. (grin)
     
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    I'm drinking a French 75 with Hendricks gin and prosecco instead of champagne. These go down like lemonade. Very dangerous to me.
     
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