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    Had some Eagle Rare 10 earlier and finished with a small pour of Whistlepig 15 yr.

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    Modelo smoking Baker Street in a bent GBD

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    E&J X O...Love the stuff...

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    4 fingers of Makers Mark

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    Bookers and Capstan.

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    A bottle of Duvel beer.

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    Rolling Rock smoking Frog Morton

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    Laphroaig. It's the only Islay I can afford haha!

    “I believe that many who find that "nothing happens" when they sit down, or kneel down, to a book of devotion, would find that the heart sings unbidden while they are working their way through a tough bit of theology with a pipe in their teeth and a pencil in their hand.”-C.S. Lewis
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    Lagavulin 16 and some Watch City Churchwarden in a Comoy Pot

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    Man I wish I had some Lagavulin. It's hard to get in PA (we still have the oppressive state stores), and when you can get it, it's $100 a bottle. I was at a party last Sunday night and was given a glass of Ardbeg.

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    $100 for Lagavulin 16??? Damn!!

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    Assam tea.

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    Ashdigger, that's what happens when the state runs your liquor stores.

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    Rev, oh yes, I live in Las Vegas.....I know how lucky I am because I travel quite a bit AND because of that I travel heavy, meaning I travel with a fifth of something every where I go.

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    So just out of curiosity, what's Lagavulin 16 cost the rest of the modern world?

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    I pay around $40 for Lagavulin 16 in Vegas. All day 24/7.

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    Nice.

    Just a sip of talisker here with some premium burley ... soothing.

    After some time he felt for his pipe. It was not broken, and that was something. Then he felt for his pouch, and there was some tobacco in it, and that was something more. Then he felt for matches and he could not find any at all, and that shattered his hopes completely.

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    I pay around $40 for Lagavulin 16 in Vegas. All day 24/7.
    Damn, that's a steal.......... Lag 16 is over $100 here in Ohio............
    Drinking some E.H. Taylor small batch bourbon, with a bowl of Skiff Mixture...........

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    Geez. That's less than I pay for the Glenmorangie and other single malts. So what are the laws concerning shipping this stuff across state lines!?

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    Green tea and Nightcap. Watching Life Below Zero.

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    Reverend, my guess is the law wouldn't be happy.

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    Lagavulin 16 goes for $135 where I live. I shit you not.

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    ashdigger, I googled it. Your guess would be correct.

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    An Old Forester Manhattan while enjoying some JA Luxury Flake in an 1896 Meerschaum

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    I'm having Old Forrester without the manhattan. But after reading the recent posts about manhattan recipes I am going to have to try it.

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    Manhattan #2 - technically #4 since I make my drinks with 4 ounces of adult beverage and not 2.

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    You could say I'm a scotch guy.

    Tonight I had the Macallan 15 Fine Oak and the Glenmorangie Sherry Cask. The decanter has Lagavulin 16 in it. And every bottle is open, including the Laphroaig 25, which I highly recommend.

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    Nice to see some single malt enthusiasts here! That Laphroaig 25 isn't too shabby jmatt. Currently at work for 1 more day then I'll celebrate with a glass myself. Perhaps crack open an Aberlour 18 for Christmas cheer.

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    Tonight I went out to eat and had the single malt flight: Glenlivet 12, Highland Park 12, Macallan 15 Fine Oak, Laphroaig 10.

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    Rough day, having a bit of Makers Mark and smoking McConnell's Mature

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    manhattan

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    I just cracked a bottle of Glenlivet 18 - one of my favorite drams. Also getting ready to cook up some ribeyes with mushrooms and onions.

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    Lagavulin 8.

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    Bushmill's 10

    [No man has the] right to mislead others, who have less access to history, and less leisure to study it. . . . Thus substituting falsehood and deception for truthful evidence and fair argument.
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    A Templeton Rye Old Fashioned

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    See above ^^^ the combo of rye and the orange bitters has left me powerless.

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    Ardbeg 10. Keepin' it smokey.

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    Dr. Pepper

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    A Wild Turkey Rye Old Fashioned

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    Bulliett Bourbon 10 yr.

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    Graham's 20. Good stuff on a cool winter's night. Actually it's really good on a warm night. Any night actually and oft times in the late afternoon.

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    My first Lagavulin 16 after reading about it on this thread. Very nice.

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    Johnbarley, it's nickname is "campfire in a cup". Good stuff.

    I'm sticking with an big Old Fashioned.

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    Enjoying some Peretti British Blend and a beer

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    Breakfast coffee from the stove top Bialetti.

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    After work having a Rolling Rock and smoking Frog Morton

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    Jameson's and ice.

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    Guinness Draught, from a bottle, in a glass.

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    Having some Modelo and smoking Squadron Leader in a Rusticated Acorn

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    NyQuil

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    NyQuil-- lol!

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    Bout 5 Dos Equis into Bourbon and beer chasers, really shitty day at work, smoking Royal Yacht

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    I'm havingredients a Manhattan w/ Bulliet 10yr Bourbon. Seven shots total. Brain bleach for a fucked up day.

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    Starting of with a beer cooking dinner and listening to highwaymen. Later I'll pour myself a Friday-scotch. Havent decided which one. Perhaps an Aberlour A'bunadh, great stuff!

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    Beefeater gin Martini, light on the vermouth, heavy on the brine with a goat cheese stuffed olive

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    I'm having a Bulliet 10 Yr Old Bourbon Old Fashioned. A better day than yesterday, so it's only six shots.

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    Buffalo Trace bourbon...... Smoking Perettis #40......... nice night.......

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    Dos Equis and smoking Haddo's Delight in a Freehand gifted by Chris

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    Laphroaig with a bowl of Presbyterian. Nice pairing.

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    Tanduay Dark Rum from the Philippines, neat.

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    Devils Backbone Eight Point IPA

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    Bulliet Rye Old Fashioned w/ Fire and Damnation Bitters.

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    Home brew Bock and smoking Kirsten Perique

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    Buffalo Trace bourbon, neat............

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    Bulleit bourbon and Mac Baren Golden extra

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    Jim Beam Old Fashioned with Cajun Bitters.

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    2 fingers Makers Mark, Royal Yacht and a freshly restored Jobey Zulu

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    Old Fashioned with Aged Cask Cherry Bitters ...... 6 shots of Jim Beam

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