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Old 11-10-2012, 07:59 PM   #1
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are there any member that enjoy a good drink????

one we like is a Mary Jane Shooter (don't know why anyone would throw back a good tasting drink and not sip) 1 oz captain morgan --1/2 oz midori - 1/2 oz mabibu rum -- 1/2 oz blue curacao -- 1/2 oz sweet n sour -- 1/2 oz pineapply juice ---add ice to a shaker and shake. and yes it makes a bit. ( i've got a lot of friends at the eagles) hope you all enjoy....
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Old 11-10-2012, 11:21 PM   #2
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That sounds pretty tasty, but I'm afraid I'd die of thirst while i was making it. That's why I'm Jack Daniels and water, quick and easy.

But please, enjoy your drink.

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Old 11-11-2012, 06:48 AM   #3
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hey , it's five o'clock somewhere !
Margarita's all around
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Old 11-11-2012, 07:59 AM   #4
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Nice cold Sam Adams is still great to me. Really easy if you have an opener.
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Old 11-11-2012, 08:16 AM   #5
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Tequilla neat and not too often. Herbal solutions abound (I'm state legal, no worries) and are much more friendly to my constitution.
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There is nothing finer than Glenfiddich Malt Scotch on the rocks.

But that is just my opinion.
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CocaCola with salted peanuts poured into the 6 oz bottle. (I grew up in the South)
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BUD---WEIS---ERRRRR ribit....
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CocaCola with salted peanuts poured into the 6 oz bottle. (I grew up in the South)
Ahahaha...sigh. I've had this a few times. I was in Oklahoma and the guy who prompted me to put my peanuts in a glass of coke was from TX. Very weird, pretty tasty.
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Scotch whiskey and Devil Dogs

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There is nothing finer than Glenfiddich Malt Scotch on the rocks.

But that is just my opinion.

Ooh Rah, MSgt. Doc G. 3rd LAR. Delta Co. 2nd Platoon. Scotch/whiskey makes me let my monsters out to everyones dismay. It used to be my preferred beverage. Jameson and Bushmills were my devil juice.
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Nothing beats nice California Cabernet Sauvignon, but my wife enjoy a Chardonnay
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Its just hard to beat a good single malt scotch on the rocks. Quick. easy and tastey
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It depends on the mood and the season. Scotch on the rocks is quick and easy. Bud is always a nessesity as I am setting up at arrival. I got DW hooked on dry gin martini (key is to take the cap ff the vermouth and wave the fumes toward the class but not too much)

Margaritas in the summer, Makers Mark in the winter, a good Cabernet with steak and hot saki with sushi...

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Theres only one word for me thats Crown Royal and im a happy man O DW said dont forget her Corralejo and Don Julio and Ice : )
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