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Beer's fer sissy's! What's yer favorite liquor?


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[quote]Originally posted by GusTraX: [b]A real MACHO drinks... TEQUILA ![/b][/quote]Gotta be [b]real[/b] tequila, 100% blue agave (I prefer anejo), like - Patron El Conquistador Don Eduardo Don Julio :eek: :thu: :thu: :thu: :thu: :eek:
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[quote]Originally posted by TinderArts: [b] Gotta be [b]real[/b] tequila, 100% blue agave (I prefer anejo), like - Patron El Conquistador Don Eduardo Don Julio :eek: :thu: :thu: :thu: :thu: :eek: [/b][/quote]That's the REAL deal, man... :thu:

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Depends on my mood Festive: Patron tequila Swanky: chilled Vox vodka Brooding: a good single-malt scotch. Glenlivet does just fine, it's like the Mackie mic pre of single malt.

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Well, beer still goes best with a hamburger off the grill. But, my favorite sipping treat is Jack Daniels. For mixed drinks, it's any sort of rum...I'll second the Dak's motion. I actually kinda like Captain Morgan. I like tequila in margaritas, but, I'm not really partial to the straight up taste of either Tequila or Scotch. Just a personal preference.
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Maker's Mark. A rare treat over here, it's been years. Beer is soda-pop for people who don't drink Coke. The beer of choice in my 'hood is Budvar, the original Budweiser, which bears no resemblance to the fine rice-soda drink of the same name. -Bobro
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Maker's Mark is a good place to start...give Basil Hayden's a try. Or if you're up for it, try Bookers. 100% straight from the barrel, non-cut, non filtered. LAst bottle I had was 128 proof...

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Single Malt Scotch. Glenmorangie (aged in a madiera cask) is nice. For blends I'm partial to Johnny Walker Blue (but at the price it's only in moderation). When I'm looking for a bit of a pick me up I like Irish Coffee. American beer is OK if there's no water available. -- Rob
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[quote]Originally posted by rog951: [b]Three words: Johnny Walker Black :thu: [/b][/quote]Spooky, I was going to say that. Were we separated at birth or something?
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[quote]Originally posted by gearmike: [b]Maker's Mark is a good place to start...give Basil Hayden's a try. Or if you're up for it, try Bookers. 100% straight from the barrel, non-cut, non filtered. LAst bottle I had was 128 proof...[/b][/quote]Booker's and Baker's...that's boutique stuff though, and very good indeed, but then I'd have to throw in Lagavulin. Once a year at most on my budget. :) I only drink Lagavulin with my older brother, it's kind of a symbolic thing, we don't see each other much. -Bobro
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Oh baby, come to mamma! I was looking for a map of Scotland to see how close the Glenmorangie distillery was to my aunt's house, and I hit this link. The whisky motherlode map. [url=http://www.dcs.ed.ac.uk/home/jhb/whisky/scotland.html]Scotland\'s distilleries[/url] When you find Wick on the map, my mother was born right about where the 'P' is on the word Pulteney. I used to drink JW Red & the Black neat in high school, but only at parties because it kept the dopers from bugging me. "Hey, want a toke?" "No thanks, want a shot?" "Are you crazy man?!" [b]Tequila Drinkers[/b] Are those brands you list any better in distillation quality than the average tequila? We ran a gas chromatograph on ethanol, scotch, jamaican rum and some tequila I can't recall, and the tequila had so many dangerous distillates in it I couldn't believe it was a beverage. I won't touch it.
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[quote]Originally posted by Rog: [b] [quote]Originally posted by rog951: [b]Three words: Johnny Walker Black :thu: [/b][/quote]Spooky, I was going to say that. Were we separated at birth or something?[/b][/quote]:) Could be...it'd be like "hey, I'm Rog and here's my brother, Rog" Hehe
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[quote]Originally posted by Charlie-brm: [b] [b]Tequila Drinkers[/b] Are those brands you list any better in distillation quality than the average tequila? We ran a gas chromatograph on ethanol, scotch, jamaican rum and some tequila I can't recall, and the tequila had so many dangerous distillates in it I couldn't believe it was a beverage. I won't touch it.[/b][/quote]The tequilas I listed are of the highest quality. Many cheaper tequilas are the worst thing you'd ever want to dring. There are quite a few cheap tequilas in the US that couldn't legally be called tequila in Mexico, because of the way they are blended with sugar alcohols and other ingredients. A tequila like Patron is one of the cleanest liquors you'll ever drink. :D
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[quote]Originally posted by TinderArts: [b] [quote]Originally posted by Charlie-brm: [b] [b]Tequila Drinkers[/b] Are those brands you list any better in distillation quality than the average tequila? We ran a gas chromatograph on ethanol, scotch, jamaican rum and some tequila I can't recall, and the tequila had so many dangerous distillates in it I couldn't believe it was a beverage. I won't touch it.[/b][/quote]The tequilas I listed are of the highest quality. Many cheaper tequilas are the worst thing you'd ever want to dring. There are quite a few cheap tequilas in the US that couldn't legally be called tequila in Mexico, because of the way they are blended with sugar alcohols and other ingredients. A tequila like Patron is one of the cleanest liquors you'll ever drink. :D [/b][/quote]Quick Tequila question for all you aficionados... Where does Sauza Especial fall in the quality range? I have a Bolivian friend who swears by it but I always wondered if it was really any good or not...
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My favorite Licker......lets see now, maybe Hazel or Linda Lou....... :) But seriously....... Unless its Bushmills or the occasional free shot at gigs, I don't indulge. Sweet drinks and Gene don't mix.
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[quote]Originally posted by rog951: [b] Where does Sauza Especial fall in the quality range? I have a Bolivian friend who swears by it but I always wondered if it was really any good or not...[/b][/quote]It wouldn't be my first choice. Hornitos (sp?) is the best cheap Sauza out there. BTW - Cuervo Gold is not tequila, it's a blend of tequila ([i]bad tequila[/i]) and diluted grain. It's a hangover machine like no other!!
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