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Old 11-12-2012, 06:19 PM   #43
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Some 18yr. old Oban will work.
Yes, that works very well. I admire your fine taste.
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Old 11-13-2012, 03:38 PM   #44
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I like my single malt neat, thank you. I prefer highlands and speysides, but there are a couple of tasty islas, Jura Original comes to mind.

I make a mean Manhattan, with Bulliet Rye and brandied cherries instead of faux maraschinos (the real ones are hard to come by), or sometimes Dublin style with Micheal Collins. I make gin martinis, shaken not stirred. I make a lovely Haymaker, with bourbon, lime juice, vermouth and Cointreau. I also make a nice Whiskey Sour. I like to experiment, and Mr. M is a very patient test subject. FYI, you can substitute Cointreau for triple sec in any drink recipe with fabulous results.

Mr. M is the expert at Gin & Tonics and Vespers, and after our trip to Hawaii, we spent weeks perfecting our Mai Tai recipe (the secret is in the passion fruit). I prefer darker, aged rums, and highly recommend Zaya if you can find it.

One of the nice things about Moby is being able to travel with my own little cocktail bar for dinner and drinks in camp!

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Old 12-10-2012, 04:24 PM   #45
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Basically a single malt scotch drinker but have gotten to enjoy a sapphire gin and tonic lately. That is what DW drinks and its very refreshing on a warm evening.
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Old 12-10-2012, 04:29 PM   #46
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Thank the good Lord its always 5:00 o'clock somewhere
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Old 12-10-2012, 08:42 PM   #47
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We are in Myrtle Beach for the winter and today at the liquor store they had a jar of white lighting full of cherries. I couldn't resist! Got back to our MH and started the grill, opened the jar and took a big taste. Mmmm that's good as Jim Bob would say on the Moonshine show.
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Old 12-10-2012, 09:09 PM   #48
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I use to make that. A fifth or whatever of Everclear (or shine), a quart of fresh white tart cherries soaked for a month. Cherries were excellent, the juice wasn't bad either

I suppose my most everyday favorite drink these days is Remy Martin VSOP straight up... With a big ceegar.
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Depends on where we are at and what we are doing.
On Moving Day in the MH, I try to stick to the 3-3-3 rule. Drive for 3 hours, parked by 3PM and then it's time for 3 Captain Morgan Spiced Rums, slice of Lime and Coke.
Happy hour usually consists of at least two of these.
But, always enjoy a nice cold beer. No such thing as a BAD Beer, just that some are better than others.
Then, there is a nice glass of wine with supper that fits the bill.
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Depends on where we are at and what we are doing.
On Moving Day in the MH, I try to stick to the 3-3-3 rule. Drive for 3 hours, parked by 3PM and then it's time for 3 Captain Morgan Spiced Rums, slice of Lime and Coke.
Happy hour usually consists of at least two of these.
But, always enjoy a nice cold beer. No such thing as a BAD Beer, just that some are better than others.
Then, there is a nice glass of wine with supper that fits the bill.
I'm with you there!! The Captain, coke and lime with a little ice. And it is esy to say even after a few.
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hey , it's five o'clock somewhere !
Margarita's all around
I agree Don, one of my favorite drinks. When all the mix is gone, I enjoy sipping some "Tequila Reserva 1800 Anejo". one of my favorites.
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On a hot afternoon, a beer, dinner time, dark rum and coke, after dinner Lagavulin 16yo or Laphroig 10yo, both single malt Islay scotch.
Not all on the same day!
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I enjoy a Crown and Coke ,a good drink after all the bills are paid always relaxes me.
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Thought some might like this, I know I did

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Um... my browser just opened up into an unauthorized search???
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I am just a simple man so Jack and coke is my choice
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