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Favorite Drinks #2980122 03/14/19 05:12 PM
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Iím not much of a drinker, but I will have a beer on occasion, though not very often. Corona, Miller Lite.
I have had Bailies Irish Cream.

Anyone have a favorite drink? Doesnít have to be alcoholic, although a non alcoholic bar, would be boring. cheers


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Re: Favorite Drinks [Re: paulkondig] #2980188 03/15/19 07:40 AM
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Absinthe at Pirate's Alley Cafe in New Orleans.


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Nice!


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Re: Favorite Drinks [Re: Joe Muscara] #2980548 03/18/19 11:51 AM
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Originally Posted By: Joe Muscara
Absinthe at Pirate's Alley Cafe in New Orleans.


Ooo - living dangerously!

Lots of great drinks in NOLA; love ma a Hurricane (when it's done right and not watered down).


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Re: Favorite Drinks [Re: Danzilla] #2980923 03/20/19 09:11 AM
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Originally Posted By: Danzilla
Originally Posted By: Joe Muscara
Absinthe at Pirate's Alley Cafe in New Orleans.


Ooo - living dangerously!

Lots of great drinks in NOLA; love ma a Hurricane (when it's done right and not watered down).

I love that town. I wasn't impressed the one time I had that drink though. It was really sweet. That was at Pat O'Brien's.


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Re: Favorite Drinks [Re: Joe Muscara] #2981133 03/21/19 06:59 PM
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Yeah, it's a sweet drink; but best when it's sweet AND strong. Yeah, I miss New Orleans. It's been over 15 years since I was there.

Left to my own devices, I'll take a nice single malt Scotch. (Cragganmore 12 year, if possible).

In my early days, rye whiskey was rot gut stuff (or at least, what I was exposed to was). However, I've recently discovered Sagamore Rye, which is excellent!


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Re: Favorite Drinks [Re: Danzilla] #2981180 03/22/19 05:12 AM
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My favourite is probably Chocolate Milk smile (Organic Whole)

Either that or plain White milk...

Re: Favorite Drinks [Re: Danzilla] #2981191 03/22/19 08:27 AM
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Originally Posted By: Danzilla
Yeah, it's a sweet drink; but best when it's sweet AND strong. Yeah, I miss New Orleans. It's been over 15 years since I was there.
Sorry to hear that. I went for my first time only a couple of years ago, and I absolutely loved it. I've been back twice since. I often say that it's a good thing I don't live closer, or I'd be there every month or more. As it is, it's a five or six hour drive, which is longer than just winging it.


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I love coffee. I started drinking it quite late in the first year of my college. It was just a magic tool to start the morning after the next party and before classes in philosophy. After graduating from college, the habit of drinking coffee didn't disappear, but rather grew stronger. I now drink at least 3 cups of coffee per day. The last cup is necessarily a latte. Some people believe that coffee is bad for health, but on the contrary, I think that coffee is very healthy. This article describes some of the reasons why I think so. I really think that coffee well affects the state of the skin, raises the pressure and is the prevention of diabetes mellitus grade 2

Re: Favorite Drinks [Re: Klisyer] #2981607 03/24/19 08:54 PM
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Who doesnít love coffee? coffee


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Re: Favorite Drinks [Re: paulkondig] #2981652 03/25/19 07:10 AM
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I don't.


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Re: Favorite Drinks [Re: Joe Muscara] #2981721 03/25/19 07:18 PM
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Ok? How about tea?


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Re: Favorite Drinks [Re: paulkondig] #2981946 03/27/19 07:55 AM
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Yeah, I'll have that sometimes.


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I used to hate coffee; drank a lot of tea. Liked the smell of coffee, but not the taste. Then my oldest started working at a Starbucks, and would say, "I just learned to make a (XXXX)... try it!" Eventually I started liking it. Got my first coffee maker at 45. Generally, no more than 1 cup a day; maybe 2 on weekends.


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Re: Favorite Drinks [Re: Danzilla] #2982048 03/27/19 06:34 PM
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But sometimes you need coffee, good coffee, strong coffee.



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Re: Favorite Drinks [Re: Danzilla] #2982083 03/27/19 08:37 PM
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Nice!


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Re: Favorite Drinks [Re: paulkondig] #2987575 04/30/19 11:00 PM
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water
tea, all types
coffee, zappa style
chocolate milk
green chartreuse
gewŁrztraminer
sauvignon blanc
pinot grigio


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Thatís it! I need a drink ! snax


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Re: Favorite Drinks [Re: paulkondig] #2992638 06/05/19 07:34 AM
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And a snack!


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Re: Favorite Drinks [Re: Joe Muscara] #2993077 06/07/19 10:48 AM
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May I recommend "Champagne & Novacaine"?

[video:youtube]https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=roxy+music+champagne+and+novocaine[/video]


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Re: Favorite Drinks [Re: Danzilla] #2993189 06/07/19 07:41 PM
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Dan, you might want to fix your YouTube link. Itís not working.


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Re: Favorite Drinks [Re: paulkondig] #2993473 06/09/19 04:04 AM
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Not much on hard liquor, but my preference is a Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvingnon, followed by a Heffeweizen or a good Pilsner or Lager, preferably German or maybe Czech. After that, I appreciate a good Bloody Mary. Sub Zero ice bar makes a Bacon Mary.....Bakon Vodka Bloody Mary complete with a strip of bacon.


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Originally Posted by J. Dan
a good Pilsner or Lager, preferably German or maybe Czech


hey Dan, just so your bartender knows that you are very knowledgeable about this topic, a Pilsner is a lager. There are only 2 types of beers, ales and lagers. Everything else is just a category. Cheers.
cheers


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Craft Beers are just a category , right?

Never understood flavored beer?


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no, craft beers are still either an ale or a lager. Germans don't understand flavored beer, either. Belgians and Americans, not so much.


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Re: Favorite Drinks [Re: paulkondig] #2994786 06/19/19 03:35 AM
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You say potato
I say Vodka

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Thank you Dave!


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Originally Posted by Jim Quinn
You say potato
I say Vodka


For my daughter's 21st birthday last month, we went to a Korean grill. She wanted a drink, so the waiter suggested "soju", which he aid was pretty much Korean vodka. They flavor it by putting a popsicle in a carafe of soju. Pretty decent. Not too strong, but just enough.

The next week I saw it for sale in a local store. Darned if he wasn't right - it's made from fermented SWEET potato.


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I like micheladas, and make them at home sometimes.

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German Rieslings (US ones, especially from CA have too much alcohol percentage, which overrides the subtle flavors).
Occasionally a good Cabernet Franc
Most of the really good moderate priced German Rieslings never get exported, the home folk there drink them.


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