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Heavy Harpoon

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  1. Bourbon Crusta, Manhattan and minimalist Old Fashioned.
  2. My father brought this back from Switzerland last week, never heard of this one before. This is a pretty straightforward Bleue from the Val-de-Travers. Nonetheless quite tasty.
  3. Had some Taboo earlier, had a Martini with some of my own grapefruit bitters, now having an Aviation.
  4. Been listening to quite a bit of prog rock, alot of Porcupine Tree, Tool, Karkwa, Dream Theater and Opeth.
  5. Bit of Taboo earlier, now having a modified Manhattan special made with Élixir Végétale de Grande Chartreuse instead of bitters, St. Germain instead of Bénédictine and Sazerac rye.
  6. Sorry man, I'm afraid it's the latter. Although, a few months back, the bottle broke and I could only save about five ounces of it, so the Aviation is a cocktail I now rarely make.
  7. Had a Martini with a dash of grapefruit bitters and a lemon zest stuffed olive earlier. I'm having an Aviation now. How's everybody doing?
  8. I had no problems with kegworks, got Regan's and Peychaud's from them. I also make my own orange, grapefruit and holiday bitters.
  9. Having a very slow glass of armagnac and my eyelids are getting heavy.
  10. Been having Aviations, just got some Maraschino liqueur and Crème de Violette, both of which are unavailable here.
  11. Okay, I now realize this is basically an amalgamation of both Bijoux cocktails.
  12. Manhattan with a touch of Benedictine, a Sazerac right now.
  13. As yet unnamed cocktail I made up -2 ounces of gin -3/4 ounces of dry vermouth -3/4 ounces of Cointreau -few dashes of Éixir Végétal de la Grande Chartreuse Stir thoroughly with ice, strain and garnish with lemon zest. I was trying to find a cocktail in which to use the Chartreuse concentrate. I tried a martini and it was alright but definitely tasted fuller with the Cointreau. Don't have a name for it yet, any suggestions?
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