What Did You Drink Last Night?

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  1. 1961MJS

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    Try the Dark Chocolate Swiss Miss and Cinnamon Schnapps some time. I learnt to like that stuff in college at some Winter Party.
    Later
     
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  2. dh66

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    Singha lager from Thailand.
     
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  3. Turnip

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    Mönchshof Kellerbier from Germany.
     
  4. belfastboy

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    My wife made a leek/bacon quiche for dinner and we popped a bottle of Prosecco. Nothing special at $20 but a nice enjoyable bottle of bubbly.
     
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    San Pellegrino sparkling water: the Italian water
     
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  6. Turnip

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    Just another Mönchshof, almost emptied the rack...;)
     
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    Many years ago, I drank Kulmbacher Monchshof. All I remember is that it was excellent!
     
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  8. Turnip

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    A very nice 12yo pure Folle Blanche Armagnac from Tariquet.
     
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  9. Touchofevil

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    A couple of fingers of Jack Daniels Single Barrel 134.2 Proof Whiskey. A coworker was kind enough to bring me a bottle from The Jack Daniels Distillery in Nashville, Tennessee. Good stuff!
    :D
     
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  10. Harp

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    Cooper's Hawk, a local house sweet red opened in frig begging selection, which I might have chosen earlier for dinner.
    Only game bottle available, not bad but a tinge too sweet for my plebeian palate. Irish peasant that I is.
     
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    Not St Patrick's Day yet.... but close enough. Jameson Irish Whiskey poured over an ice sphere.
     
  12. Referring to my post in the Hat/Drink thread, I went with the OMD Ozark Dry Gin. Very nice both neat and with tonic. Although some of the botanicals these aging musicians were known to use might have crept into the distillation and affected some of my posts in other threads this evening.

    https://www.alcoholprofessor.com/blog-posts/tonys-mostly-whisky-corner-ozark-mountain-daredevils-gin

     
  13. dh66

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    I have not seen any of the 134.2 proof around here, but next time I'm up in TN I will look for some. I had a little of the 94 proof single barrel last night.
     
  14. Touchofevil

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    Supposedly, you cannot get anywhere other than the store at the Jack Daniels Distillery. It is pretty smooth and easy to drink.
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  15. My adventure into rums other than my staple for the last 45 years (Myers's Original Dark) was given a big push forward by my wife with this gift for my birthday earlier this week.

    This is a super-nice sipping rum. Not sure I could bring myself to mix it with anything.

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  16. dh66

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  17. Desert dog

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    As long as you can get the right end on the pot, it's all good!
     
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  18. Turnip

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    American Oak is one of the best woods to mature Rum in imho. True 18 years aging, no „Solera“-rubbish. Sounds quite excellent and I’m sure it tastes even better!

    Cheers

    Turnip
     
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  19. dh66

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    True statement
     
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  20. Another new-to-me gin ... neat, followed by one with tonic. I want to describe it as "bright" -- dominated by citrus (which was good as I was out of limes) ... almost sweet.

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