What Did You Drink Last Night?

Discussion in 'The Connoisseur' started by kiltie, Jan 14, 2009.

  1. Cold beer in cold weather?! :eeek: YOu need that warm, hard cider. :D
     
  2. Black Dahlia

    Black Dahlia Call Me a Cab

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    What can I say James, we Canadians are CRAZY! I had ice cream the other day.....

    No, no warm cider for me. Cold hard cider, made in the town I'm from. It's the BEST!

    X
    BD
     
  3. Ice cream!? :eek: It is so cold there that you don't need to store that in the fridge. Outside the house will do. :p
    Cold cider in 20 degree weather?! Brrrrrr. :eek:
     
  4. Black Dahlia

    Black Dahlia Call Me a Cab

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    True, I can keep all my perishable food items in the snow. ;0 Actually, you just close the door to my 'sun room' in the winter and you have an instant cold room. Brrr.

    Now I want ice cream! Hmmm, cider flavoured would be refreshing!

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    BD
     
  5. Cider flavored ice cream?!:eek: Well, what the heck---we have garlic flavored ice cream around here. :rolleyes:
     
  6. Black Dahlia

    Black Dahlia Call Me a Cab

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    It could be good, more like a sorbet or something. I've had non-alcoholic cider slushies, which were amazing!
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  7. beaprepp

    beaprepp New in Town

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    - 7 C°
    30cm new snow
    good friends
    and couple of bottles ice cold Früh Kölsch, the best beer on the planet.
     
  8. Hmmmm.... Garlic Cider sorbet.:p:eeek:
     
  9. Wally_Hood

    Wally_Hood One Too Many

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    The other night, I made Tom Collinses for the brother-in-law and his wife, the first they'd ever had; big hit. Last night, Old Fashioneds for the menfolk, the ladies demurred.
     
  10. Absinthe_1900

    Absinthe_1900 One Too Many

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    I had a very nice Sazerac sorbet at Tales of the Cocktail one year.
     
  11. That sounds good. Send me a half gallon and I'll let you know what I think.:p;)
     
  12. Absinthe_1900

    Absinthe_1900 One Too Many

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    I wish I could get a half gallon for here.

    Here's one I had at the same seminar:

    THE CURARI COCKTAIL
    (by Ted “Dr. Cocktail” Haigh)

    2 ounces rye whiskey
    3/4 ounce ruby port
    3/4 ounce Amaro Cora
    2 dashes Regans’ Orange Bitters No. 6

    Combine in a mixing glass with ice,
    stir for 30 seconds and strain into a chilled cocktail glass.
    Garnish with a proper cherry on a cocktail pick.

    I'm glad I stocked up on Amaro Cora.
     
  13. rkwilker

    rkwilker One Too Many

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    A few wee drams of Red Breast over boulders
     
  14. A dram of Dalwhinnie with my cigar.
     
  15. MissMittens

    MissMittens One Too Many

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    I drank coffee. If I had any left, I would have been drinking Pastis or Czech Absinthe. I do have a wonderful restored 1930's percolator though
     
  16. Wally_Hood

    Wally_Hood One Too Many

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    Tonight, actually, whiskey sours for starters, a martini for myself; bro in law is asking for a Tom Collins, so after this post I'll make one for him.
     
  17. CopperNY

    CopperNY A-List Customer

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    hot posset of egg nog, dark rum, shredded bread, nutmeg and cinnamon.
     
  18. rkwilker

    rkwilker One Too Many

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    An old standby; Blanton's/rocks
     
  19. Spicy Martinis all around accompanied by decent cigars.
     
  20. CopperNY

    CopperNY A-List Customer

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    1995 vintage Quinta Roeda port.
     

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