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I became addicted to Ruta Maya medium roast in Austin, and luckily I can get the 2.2 lb bags from Amazon now sent to me here in Ohio. I grind it rather fine and use a #2 Melita brown filter set up to make a cup. Delicious! The only coffee in my home.

 

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BEAUJOLAIS 

CHATEAU DE CHANZÉ Primeur 2018

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Bombay Sapphire martini straight-up with a lemon twist, ice cold

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The plan for later today .... when the heat (in the high 90`s !!) will be gone ....

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27 minutes ago, soulpope said:

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The plan for later today .... when the heat (in the high 90`s !!) will be gone ....

Still pouring it down over here - and definitely not in the high 90s. Summer came and went on Easter weekend. ;)

More this sort of weather..

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1 minute ago, sidewinder said:

Still pouring it down over here - and definitely not in the high 90s. Summer came and went on Easter weekend. ;)

Had very hot weather for a week and some thunderstorms supposedly will break it later today .... always loved summer, but this is definitely too much (=I`m getting old) .....

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I hear you !

I was not entirely correct about the statement concerning our weather. Did catch a bit of tan at the airshow at RAF Cosford last weekend. :party::D

Saturday morning brew..

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A cool spring here. Drinking a lot of Darjeeling tea.

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2015 Gramercy Lagniappe syrah

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Seems to be a coffee Sunday :D ....

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LA CLOUTADE D'AMBRE 2017

Corbières Appellation d'Origine Protégée

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Looks great!

My current evening companion:

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Cantine Pellegrino

DIANTHÀ, TERRE SICILIANE I.G.P.

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5 hours ago, mikeweil said:

Looks great!

My current evening companion:

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Cantine Pellegrino

DIANTHÀ, TERRE SICILIANE I.G.P.

Letting it breathe, so important. ;)

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6 hours ago, mikeweil said:

Looks great!

My current evening companion:

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Cantine Pellegrino

DIANTHÀ, TERRE SICILIANE I.

I thought you continental guys would be consuming buckets of super-cooled iced water, not the vino !

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40 minutes ago, sidewinder said:

I thought you continental guys would be consuming buckets of super-cooled iced water, not the vino !

Both, both!

And this wine has to be consumed thoroughly chilled, of course.

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Special occasion blowout pre-Stones concert...1994 Dominus and 1995 Chateau Mouton Rothschild.  On this evening the First Growth was edged out by the California wine which surprised all of us...if anything the Mouton is still developing and integrating it's tannin/acid/fruit.  By the way, the '94 Dominus tops every other new world wine i've had in over 30 years of professional/personal tasting.  Halfway between Napa and Bordeaux.

 

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2 hours ago, stephenrr said:

Special occasion blowout pre-Stones concert...1994 Dominus and 1995 Chateau Mouton Rothschild.  On this evening the First Growth was edged out by the California wine which surprised all of us...if anything the Mouton is still developing and integrating it's tannin/acid/fruit.  By the way, the '94 Dominus tops every other new world wine i've had in over 30 years of professional/personal tasting.  Halfway between Napa and Bordeaux.

 

I'd like to be invited to one of your events.

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Dude, you're drinking Gramercy and Booker...you'd be welcome anytime.  Chicago's not that far...

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1 hour ago, stephenrr said:

Dude, you're drinking Gramercy and Booker...you'd be welcome anytime.  Chicago's not that far...

I do love wines from Paso Robles & Walla Walla. Have friends & family in Chicago & Milwaukee so you never know.

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