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Discussion in 'The Connoisseur' started by kiltie, Jan 14, 2009.
A Horse's Neck - quickly becoming one of my favourite drinks.
How festive. Which Talisker?
Ah, I haven't had one of those in a long time. Nice.
Regular Talisker. I keep it around because of friend of mine likes it. I do too but I like Dalwhinnie and a few others just as well.
Last night was tonight i suppose- Michael collins blended. I usually go for Old Grand Dad 114 but i needed a change. Michael collins is my go to irish whiskey, old grandad my go to bourbon unless i've got some more cash- then its basil hayden time LETS GET IT ON (still somewhat buzzed)
Raided a friend's whisky cabinet at a party last weekend. Tasted lots of fancy stuff but settled on the Johnnie Walker Blue. Between three of us we polished a bottle off.
Four Roses small batch. I still loves me some bourbon! Neat.
Martel Cognac. It's not my usual spirit, and doesn't have the smoothness of Courvoisier, but it was free.... and I never turn down free spirits.
Georges Duboeuf Beaujolais Nouveau 2011
How was that, Miss Golightly? I'm getting ready to open a bottle in about 30 minutes!
An old bottle of Calvados with a good Buddy who came to visit from France.
Absente from Provence. All alone for Thanksgiving, and was hoping this would give me an artistic kick in the pants.
Tom and Jerry---right now. :cheers1:
In honor of Thanksgiving I've been sipping Wild Turkey 101 today
Oh it was lovely! How was yours?!
It was very good. We both enjoyed it!
Went out to dinner with my family last night and they mixed an excellent Manhattan.
I recently purchased a bottle of mead, I saw and thought "Hey vikings!"
I find the taste pleasant enough and it is especially nice coming in from a winter day, takes the edge off the cold when I am finally in of doors.
I tried something called "Winter Pimms" last night.
Served warm with apple juice. It was surprsingly good for a cold night.