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    I can only assume that with such a large collection of manly gentlemen found here that there are a number of us that enjoy the spirit-lifting effects of a fine alcoholic beverage. I've seen a whiskey/scotch thread, but that's rather limiting. It's Friday night, most of us have tomorrow off, and if we're not hitting the town, we're planning on having a nice quiet drink in our own fortress. So, what's your poison? Don't limit yourself. Everyone has their own tastes, and I personally would love to hear of a new cocktail/liquor/beer/wine I've not tried.

    I am personally taking Friday night as serious as one can, and enjoying one of Papa's favorites: Death in the Afternoon

    1 Champagne Flute
    1.5 oz Absinthe
    Fill with Brut/Secco/Champagne of your choice

    Full disclosure, I did have 2 Old Fashions before I poured this, so it's possible tonight will go much better than tomorrow morning, but life is short, right?
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    I'm drinking the kool-aid!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HNSB View Post
    I'm drinking the kool-aid!
    Party on, Wayne.
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    I think tonight may just be a Jameson and ginger night... that or I'll just stick with my old stand-by: Newcastle

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    Party on, Wayne.
    You, sir, get 1,000 bonus points for the reference!
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    Bulleit Rye: flavorful, on the right shelf, and most importantly, it has a cork.
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    Plymouth gin martini, stirred with one 'tomolive'
    Net.Wt.7oz

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    1% milk, no rocks to dilute
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    Quote Originally Posted by shooter74743 View Post
    1% milk, no rocks to dilute
    Take it easy, pard.
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    Cranberry juice, bit of orange juice, soda, over ice....nice!!

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    Coffee, black.
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