Discussion in 'The Good Life' started by Darkbulb, Sep 30, 2013.
Not good for a diet .......... maybe if you put in a tall skinny glass.
Glen Grant Majors Reserve Scotch
Turmeric ginger tea. Not bad.
Right there with ya, Danny. Brew up and keep a gallon in the fridge nearly all year long. Have you tried minty sweet tea? I have a patch of organically grown where I hand select and dry the leaves. A tea ball full of mint in a sauce pan of water brought almost to a boil releases the oils. Then I toss in tea bags and let it steep another 3-5 minutes. Light on the sugar (as compared to how the kids like their KoolAid) and it's refreshing as a menthol lather shave.
Geneva: 4pt Genever, 2pt Triple Sec, 1pt Key Lime Juice, 1pt Grenadine, Stir w/ice, strain, enjoy!
Above your raising, huh? Nice bottle.
Thanks Chris. I live fairly close to Buffalo Trace, so I picked up a couple of bottles in the gift shop when we went down for a tour. Otherwise, it's just about impossible to find 'round these parts.
Lipton Unsweetened Pure Lead Black Tea
We went to a wine festival today and SWMBO bought 12 bottles. Now we're enjoying a couple Old Fashioneds. My wife has never been a whiskey fan, but she enjoys these.
Guinness Extra Stout...........
Coca-Cola Zero Sugar - neat
schweppes ginger ale on ice..
I picked up a bottle of this High West batched manhattan on clearance at my local Pavilions, its not amazing but a pretty easy drinker. It has a little more sweetness than I would like, but the barrel aging they gave it come out nicely.
Monkey Shoulder Scotch, neat, and an Old Fashioned for my wife.
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