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  1. techie

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    Talisker 18 Year. A wonderful Islay single malt.

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    Glenfarclas 15, with an ice cube for company.

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    Glenlivet 18

    Ubi Ignis Est?
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    ashdigger, I've been wanting to try the Glenlivet 18 for some time. What are your thoughts on it?

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    It is absolutely one of my top 5 favorite scotches. Its smooth, but with plenty of flavor.

    Posted 7 months ago #
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    Radioactini Blue.

    Not the sweet, new grass with flowers is this harvesting of mine;
    Not the upland clover bloom...
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    A well earned Old Fashioned after butchering two cow elk. Well, more butchering tomorrow, but that's tomorrow.

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    Laphroaig Cairdeas Fino Cask Finish, followed by Ardbeg Corryvreckan.

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    Bulleit bourbon- "Barrel Strength"........... 123.4 proof, big, bold and spicy! First I've seen this on the shelves here in Ohio........

    ^^ Ash, you score on the elk?, or helping out at the camp? Congrats if you scored, let's see some pics!

    "We are the music makers, and we are the dreamers of the dream..."
    Willy Wonka
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    Beef, I didn't draw, but my cousins and friends drew. Two on the ground so far. I'll try and post some pics, but the internet is crap.

    Posted 7 months ago #
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    Oh, so your "Camp Bitch" this week?...... I've been there too, sit around, drink and smoke all day, keep the fire going!... Good times! Here in Ohio, first guy who got his buck was camp bitch for the rest of the week. I miss those days.........

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    I am disappointed that beefeater isn't drinking beefeater.

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    ^^ Funny you mention that.......... I got my first computer in 1999, and I was playing around on it on my 33rd birthday, drinking Beefeater & Tonics.......... the rest is history!

    Nowadays, I still like the stuff, but only in the hot summer months............ been on a bourbon/rye kick for the past few years............

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    Beef, yes I'm the camp butcher bitch, but I'll have around 300 pounds of elk meat in my freezer....

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    I totally understand that.

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    Beef, yes I'm the camp butcher bitch, but I'll have around 300 pounds of elk meat in my freezer....
    Good deal! I always kinda liked being the camp bitch, sleep in late, start drinking early........... Gonna get back into hunting when I retire, I miss it.........

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    An Old Fashioned with Wild Turkey Forgiven with chocolate and cherry bitters.

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    Knob Creek with a very litlle ice tonight.

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    An Old Fashioned with Wild Turkey Forgiven
    WTF??

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    Family Thanksgiving stuff is done now. Tonight, I'll have a bottle of homemade apple wine. I'm getting better at this and most all my batches are pretty good.

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    Old Fashioned with Jim Beam, Habanero Bitters and Xocolati Mole Bitters
    ....getting ready to watch the Golden Knights play

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    I'm still drinking Old Fashioneds. This one is Jim Beam, True Simple Syrup, Habanero Bitters and Woodford Reserve Cherry Bitters

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    Old Fashioned with Habanero and Mole Bitters. Watching hockey. Go Knights Go!!

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    Old Fashioned using Jim Beam and Dashfire Bitters with a Demerara Simple Syrup from True. Best Old Fashioned on the planet

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    Gordon Grahams Black Bottle blended scotch. Very nostalgic for me, and a nice slightly peaty scotch is always welcome.

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    Old Fashioned with Jim Beam and all Citrus Bitters.

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    Knob Creek Rye

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    Ive got a bottle of Portwine for the Evening.

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    The Balvenie 14 Year Caribbean Cask on this fine evening. Well, not so fine at 33F heading towards a low of 28F, but this tasty Rum cask finished beauty helps me think warm thoughts and tropical breeze.

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    Four Roses Single Barrel

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    Glendronach Parliament 21 Year. Rich, dark, and very satisfying!

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    Just finished a pumpkin beer mixed with a splash of bourbon.

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    Old Fashioned with Jim Beam, Habanero and Woodford Reserve Cherry Bitters.

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    Going CHEAP tonight.......... bought a big jug of the "Famous Grouse"............ regretting it now.....

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    Kona coffee dark roast and a great port

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    Guinness Foreign Export Stout.

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    Bulliet Rye Old Fashioned with Dash Fire Bitters

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    Wild Turkey 101 Old Fashioned with Dash Fire Bitters. Settling in to watch the Golden Knights play. Go Knights Go!!

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    Ezra Brooks neat,PBR back tonight. Have a bottle of Bulliet Rye and Courvoisier Cognac ready for the holidays and a few choice cigars ready to compliment my pipes...

    "the weez"...
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    Sempe 15 year Armagnac

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    Jack Daniel's Single Barrel with ice. This day can fuck right off.

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    Evan Williams' Egg Nog, in keeping with the season. Brilliant stuff cold or warmed with a dusting of nutmeg. Seriously good stuff!

    A man without a shillelagh is a man without an expedient.
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    Wellers Antique 107 Bourbon............ Good stuff, just became available in Ohio this fall...........
    Unlike Ashdigger, who has Lee's (liquor store), that stocks EVERYTHING under the sun!..... Lucky Dog!......

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    A Wild Turkey Rye 81 Old Fashioned with Dash Fire Bitters

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    Jameson Black Barrel

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    My set up for Christmas Eve,and New Years eve (and days)...

    Tonight is Ezra Brooks...

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    Jim beam devils cut

    "I'm a kind person, I'm kind to everyone, but if you are unkind to me, then kindness is not what you will remember me for." - Al Capone
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    A Wild Turkey 101 Old Fashioned with Habanero and Mole Bitters.

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    That Bulleit Rye is really good - found a bottle in my stocking this Christmas.

    Son-in-law and I just finished installing flex chimney liner and getting wood insert hooked up this afternoon, and I'm having quiet a few Brut IPA by Sierra Nevada.

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    An Old Fashioned with Chipotle Bitters and Bulliet Rye. I'd take this with an I.V. if possible.

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    Wild Turkey 101, neat............. lovely, I think...........

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    Knob Creek Rye.... neat...

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    .........think I, lovely......... neat, 101 Turkey Wild

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    !!SEY I'm on to Michter's Single Barrel Rye. Neat.

    I drink Old Fashioneds while watching hockey. I'm not watching hockey tonight.

    Posted 5 months ago #
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    3am before bed coffee

    "I don't know half of you half as well as I should like, and I like less than half of you half as well as you deserve."
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    Wild Turkey 101 Old Fashioned with Dashfire Bitters, Regan's Orange Bitters and True Simple Syrup.

    Its hockey night!! Go Vegas Go, beat the Pens!!!

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    COTHARI Tămâioasă Românească 2014 White wine.

    Dot
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    14 Hands Hot to Trot red blend but only good with English blends not bubble gum smokes!

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    Sumatra Roast coffee.

    Love coffee with my pipe.

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    Icehouse edge. can anyone recommend a good single malt scotch that is not real expensive

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    Mechanic, get a bottle of Macallan 12 Sherry Cask. Dirt cheap (for good scotch)

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    Mechanic- My "go-to" CHEAP scotch is Old Pulteney 12......... usually around 32-36 bucks here in Ohio. I like it.......

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    Il pick up a bottle tomorrow i gotta restock my liquor cabinet has run dry

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    19 Crimes Red Wine

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    Canadian whiskey and lemon and salt.

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    Currently just drinking makers mark on the rocks.

    And little Sir John and the nut brown bowl proved the strongest man at last
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    Old Fashioned with Bulliet Rye, 18.21 Bitters, Orange Bitters and True Rich Simple Syrup

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    Ezra Brooks neat,PBR back tonight.Wonder what a Bulleit Rye Manhattan would be like,HMMMmmmmm...

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    It. Would. Be. Delicious.

    Posted 4 months ago #
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    Sugar free Powerade

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