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Old 11-11-2012, 08:50 PM   #29
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Anybody ever have a "Water moccasin". Hubby & I did... we're pretty sure we had a great time but don't remember a daggone thing!

Don't know if this is how ours was made but this is what google says:

1 oz peach schnapps
1 oz Crown RoyalŪ Canadian whisky
1 dash triple sec
1 oz sweet and sour mix




Added ice and ingredients in a shaker. Shake well until top becomes frosted. Then poor in a shooter glass. This will be best yet smoothes shot you'll ever taste.
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Old 11-11-2012, 11:45 PM   #30
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Hard to beat a wee dram of Scapa 18 Year Old Single Malt. Either neat or rocks. If that's not available I'll drop to my second choice: Highlnd Park 18 Year Old.

If I'm in the mood for beer it'll be SkullSplitter.

Gotta love those Orcadians!
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Old 11-12-2012, 12:13 AM   #31
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What happoned to Jim Bean & 7?
Any time after 5:00, p,m, I thought I should put p.m. to be on the safe side.
Just a thought.
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Old 11-12-2012, 12:52 AM   #32
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I married a professional bartender which works in the second busiest restaurant in NC. Her specialty is Martini's. I have to be very careful because she makes some VERY good ones. She's been at the same place for 17years and just turned in her notice to go fulltime.
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Old 11-12-2012, 01:05 AM   #33
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You Scotch drinkers on this list are heathens.

What's with all this ice??


Talisker 175th Anniversary neat please.
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Old 11-12-2012, 02:02 AM   #34
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There is nothing finer than Glenfiddich Malt Scotch on the rocks.

But that is just my opinion.
I had a friend that used to say"For two Bottles of Glenfiddich I'll break both of that guy's Arms and Leg's!

I was afraid to take him up on it. So I only gave him a case for his birthday one year.

I like Old Bushmills Single Malt Irish Whiskey and Coffee myself. Ooh Rah!

6oz. Old Bushmills
2oz of Coffee
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Some 18yr. old Oban will work.
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All you whiskey drinkers out there - just started a Whiskey Please post to just conversation to generate a more specific conversation and perhaps a holiday wish list. Hmmm...
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I married a professional bartender which works in the second busiest restaurant in NC. Her specialty is Martini's. I have to be very careful because she makes some VERY good ones. She's been at the same place for 17years and just turned in her notice to go fulltime.
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Old 11-12-2012, 04:05 PM   #38
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I'm surprised nobody's mentioned America's favorite.
A shot of good clean "shine".
Lots of folks makin' it nowadays and if you age it in oak for a few months, OOOOOWHEEE, dats mighty fine!
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Old 11-12-2012, 05:21 PM   #39
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Here is a fun shot...

Anyone heard of a "Duck Fart"

In a small glass or tall shot glass you layer equal parts Kailua and Baileys in that order and use a spoon to keep them separated. The carefully lay down some whiskey. You will understand the name when you see the results. Toss it back all at once. I am not big on sweet drinks but this is a tasty shot.
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A rag full of gasoline and I'm set. That's not true. Cheers.
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My wife has developed a taste for Herredura Anejo tequila that she keeps in the freezer along with a jar of dill pickle juice and a jar of pepperocini juice for when she's feeling "spicy".


This is a two step sipping thing for her:
  1. Take a sip of the ice cold tequila
  2. take a sip of the ice cold pickle (or pepperocini) juice
You'd be suprised how good that really is.

Myself, If I'm in the mood for Scotch I go for a 15 year Glenmorangie Port Cask single malt scotch. For an Irish Whiskey I'll find myself getting well aquainted with Mr. Jameson. Both neat thank you very much.

My tastes for hops and barley changes with the season but I can always go for a proper Guinness when in a pub. Of late when I feel like having a lighter beer I have de-volved to having a preference for PBR (draft is best but in a can will work too).


For a party we put together a rum concoction that we discoverd while sailing in the Caribbean called a "Pain Killer"
  • 1 part dark rum
  • 1 part Orange Juice
  • 1 part Pineapple Juice
  • 1/4 part Cream of Coconut
  • Best if the fruit mix is made the day before and kept in the fridge and the rum is added just prior to serving
  • Pour over ice
  • Grate a little fresh nutmeg on top (essential)
As I write this I have three things that come to mind. First is that I do like a drink now and again and second that I am now very thirsty and last that my thirst will go unquenched (for now) as I am at work and they won't let me get on the fire truck if I've been drinking.

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CARROT CAKE - Shaker w/ice. 1 part Bailey's/Emmets, 1 Part DeKuypers Buttershot, 1 Part Goldschlagger/Hot Damn. Shake it and pour into shot glasses. Tastes like carrot cake, truly. Great holiday shot. Happy holidays. Women seem to smile when they drink them and ask for more. Alcoholic men will be amused, but, not sated.
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