alocispepraluger102

what are you drinking right now?

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A glass of ice water...

that's just crazy talk...

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Harrar is my favorite Ethiopian coffee. . .and was my favorite city to visit!

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Right now having a mug of Stash "English Breakfast" tea.

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A glass of ice water...

that's just crazy talk...

:lol:

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A glass of ice water...

....me too as I just finished cutting the lawn and I'm melting!!!

m~

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It was followed by a reasonable dose (no driving today!) of Marc de Beaujolais Terres Dorées from the estate of the great Beaujolais grower Jean-Paul Brun!

Our Beaujolais of choice. He also makes a very nice and reasonably Chardonnay.

Tonight with duck confit it's a Pomerol - Chateau Bourgneuf 2001.

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A glass of ice water...

....me too as I just finished cutting the lawn and I'm melting!!!
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The drink, a chilled glass of a 2001 E Guigal Châteauneuf du Pape

Costco about $30.00, my fav. :rofl:

Edited by sailor

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My second glass of Bobby Davi's(*) Woodbridge 2004 Pinot Noir.

(*aka Robert Mondavi)

Nothing like a buzz from the 'ol red... :)

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"We ain't drinkin' no *%#@!)'n Merlots"!!!

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Celestial Seasonings Teahouse Chai - original India spice

Jump start! :tup

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Just had a quick Laphroig (15yr) while my wife sniffed her 10yr Ardbeg.

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Just had a quick Laphroig (15yr) while my wife sniffed her 10yr Ardbeg.

:tup

now drinking flavored sparkling water (i.e. soda without as much guilt).

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Some excellent Earl Grey tea I bought in Antwerpen earlier this year.

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Friend of mine and I shared a bottle of this last Sunday. :party:

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Very nice, smooth and not so chewy with hints of playful discordant fruitfulness especially with aural accompanyment for placebo effect. Goot und schtronk too boot! :eye:

Edited by Man with the Golden Arm

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And it's Glengettie for me, again. My wife says I'm addicted to tea even more than music. But she refuses to get Ceylon from the Supermarket.

MG

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h48.gifAfter all the hype over this new product I was excited to finally get my hands on it - and in its brand new 40oz form - thanks to FultonCounty40z! To make a long story short, its a decent malt taste at a strong % - easily the smoothest of the high gravity brews. Reminds me of Magnum - if this was a regular malt that wouldn't be a compliment, but being over 8% it definitely is. Easy to drink and gives a decent buzz. This replaced Hurricane Ice, which was basically only test marketed in OR & WA states, but unlike that brand (which was 7.5%) this one is spreading like AIDS. Swill is swill but not too bad. I would definitely drink this on the reg if I could get it by me easily. Overall 9 outta 10 stars for being probably the smoothest HG on teh market. If people keep choosing St. Ides or Steel Reserve 211 over this, it's only cuz their taste buds rotted away from life long alcohol abuse. Edited by alocispepraluger102

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