Discussion in 'The Good Life' started by Darkbulb, Sep 30, 2013.
I honestly feel nauseated just thinking of the smell.
Single Malt from Islay is an acquired taste I suppose. Sort of like The Veg maybe... It picks you; not the other way around. I think a Veg lover would enjoy whisky from Islay.
I enjoy lagavulin and oban.
If you like those, then Laphroaig and Ardbeg are in the same vein! I prefer Laphroaig to Ardbeg, but Ardbeg is $20.00 cheaper here. I am not so good with tasting notes, obviously. Talisker is quite a tasty dram as well.
Thanks I'll have to put those on my to try list.
Whiskey Sour. (From scratch, not the nasty premade syrup.)
I LOVE Laphroaig. Second to Lagavulin.
After a refreshing mentholated shave, a nice glass of Grand Mariner, to go with a G.M. infused cigar. Cheers!
El Dorado Rum aged 15 Years with two small rocks. Heaven.
Rebel Yell Bourbon Whiskey. Another inexpensive yet delicious bourbon.
It's been one of those days. I'm wondering if it's a Jagermeister night. And here it is, told from the master.
Tonight, Crown Royal, with a Montecristo. A close shave, a good meal, a good drink, a good cigar, and a pretty girl.
What more do you need?
Hot Buttered Rum. First of the season.
miller high life....rented beer..
A Maple Cinammon Whisky Sour before dinner, and an Irish Coffee after.
For now - a Manhattan made with Jack Daniels Rye. Later - Hot Buttered Rum or Irish Coffee.
Strawberry Daiquiri with my wife and son; listening to some vintage records.
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An Old Fashioned made with Jack Daniels Rye. First time I've made one with rye. Very different taste; I like it. I'm not usually a fan of rye. I keep it around for Manhattans.
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