What Are You Drinking? June 2023

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Lifer
Nov 30, 2020
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NightSkyFlash

Starting to Get Obsessed
May 1, 2023
147
1,283
Chicago, IL
If you’ve ever had Laphroaig Scotch whiskey, you’re familiar with its very strong, peaty smell and taste. The whiskey is something people either love or hate. I love it. My wife, well….

And now I’ve found a tea that I’m calling the “Laphroaig of tea” - Lapsang Souchong from Adagio Teas. It is quite the experience.

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Lifer
May 23, 2020
1,463
21,190
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
I’m having a pour of Barrel King Blueberry Philly rye. This rye is finished in Blueberry Brandy barrels, then removed and finished in 32 year Armagnac conditioned ex- White wine and Sauternes barrels. It’s friggin‘ delicious. They‘re blending pure magic at Barrel King.

@Zero - get well soon, brother! I’ll drink one for you in the mean time.

Cheers!

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Zero

Lifer
Apr 9, 2021
1,491
12,130
TX
I’m having a pour of Barrel King Blueberry Philly rye. This rye is finished in Blueberry Brandy barrels, then removed and finished in 32 year Armagnac conditioned ex- White wine and Sauternes barrels. It’s friggin‘ delicious. They‘re blending pure magic at Barrel King.

@Zero - get well soon, brother! I’ll drink one for you in the mean time.

Cheers!

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Thanks, man! That Barrel King Blueberry Philly rye sounds pretty awesome, like a desert. The socket is closed up now, soft with no sensitivity. I haven't had a smoke since the 8th of June, I think I'll step out tonight with some Wild Turkey 🦃 101 on the rocks and give The Merry Monk a go. Cheers! 🥃 KIMG2392.JPG
 

Zero

Lifer
Apr 9, 2021
1,491
12,130
TX
Can't go wrong with Tanqueray. I first fell in love with it back when I was 18 yrs old. My old Judo instructor would invite my cousin and me over to his home after training and offer us Tanqueray and tonics with lime, his wife would serve them up with a smile. Good times, I always think about the tough old bird (rest in peace) when I see or drink Tanqueray. Cheers!
 
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