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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by pimentoLoaf, Apr 16, 2008.
Wine and the harder stuff.
Wine - Shiraz & Cabernet Shiraz 2004-06 RED ONLY!
Harder stuff - vodka lemonade & lime, canadian club & cola
A good smooth well-aged single malt scotch for slow sipping.
Also a good tasty full bodied red wine. I have a list of favorites.
Nothing like a Tanqueray and Tonic
Or a good Long Island...
Don't really drink very much nowadays so when I have a drink, it has to be decent stuff
Wine - any decent full bodied red
stronger stuff - Laphroaig Whisky, Bombay Sapphire Gin or Patron Silver Tequila. My absolute favorite drink is Gran Patron Platinum Tequila but it is ridiculously expensive
Mine's a Cosmopolitan - details on this thread.
Gin and Tonic but with a slice of Orange!
Bushmill's Black Bush (smooooooth)
MacAllan 12 year (also smooooooth)
...once in a while a shot of tequila just hits the spot tho'. I've also just found a cheap Riesling; Cheap, but crisp, almost sweet and no aftertaste to speak of at all - very clean. Cheap and good: Best of both worlds!
Sketchbook Pinot Noir from Mendocino. Delicious.
And anything with Crown Royal in it or just on ice.
White Russians. And the old stand-by-- Captain and Coke.
Vodka and _______________ . Could be grape juice or a Coca-Cola.
A good bottle of Barbera d'Alba red wine...
Wine, primarily red but also Champange/other sparkling wines and some whites.
+1 and don't forget the cucumber!
Vodka and red wine.
Rum & Cokes w/ a slice of lime.
See if you can guess
Grey Goose Martini.
Single Malt Whisky.
Balvenie Portwood is my favourite.
But I'm partial to any of the following distilleries:
If I just want to get wrecked then Long Island Iced Teas.
Absolute Ruby Red with Tonic Water. That grapefruit flavor is amazing.
Moonshine (living in the mountains has it's advantages )
Whiskey and Coke (or Diet Coke)
Gin and tonic
Johnny Walker Black with a splash of water
Blueberry Stoli with 7-up or Sprite
Smirnoff. Out of a nice big glass.