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I've got to pick up more WW and MoL . . .

 

Oh, and more Ridge V and B . . .

 

and Amerique 1912 Rough and Verte! . . .

 

Oh, and some Marteau!

 

 

Maybe I need to get a real cabinet to hold it all in! :-)

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Family photo. The naughty Czech relative is hiding behind the Obsello.

 

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And yet I still worry because my Ridge V and Duplais V are less than half full.

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Nice!......shrine-like even!!! :thumbup: You have an interesting bottle off to the left that I'm not familiar with.I keep wrestling w/the urge to buy a fountain & then a couple of new bottles always win.

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Nice!......shrine-like even!!! :thumbup: You have an interesting bottle off to the left that I'm not familiar with.I keep wrestling w/the urge to buy a fountain & then a couple of new bottles always win.

 

The one last on the left is Soixante-cinq. Couldn't find a review on WWS but a Nola friend recommended it. Reminds me very much of St George, which luckily I like.

 

Yes the fountain was a Christmas gift from my daughters and (I just heard this weekend) my future son-in-law. That baby gets used almost every day.

 

Oh, those bottles are usually stashed underneath in the cabinet. They just came out for the photo.

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Nice setup Crow, but really, spoons in a pyrogen ? ;)

 

I know. Bought it on ebay. Yes I know it's a match holder but I wasn't ready to blow $50 on a spoon holder just yet. I usually don't even use spoons, but they're so much fun to collect. I think I'm going to ask for a proper spoon holder for my bday.

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I posted my stash to FB, but I can't find it anywhere in the FB-verse.

 

I used to store my sugar in an old Nivea jar, and currently keep my spoons in a funky champane glass.

 

Brian, and a few others here, would need a panoroamic camera and to enter the witmess protection program, before publishing their stash. :laugh:

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Family photo. The naughty Czech relative is hiding behind the Obsello.

 

(A totally awesome pic of a heck-of-a-collection removed, to save my self-absinthe esteem!)

 

And yet I still worry because my Ridge V and Duplais V are less than half full.

Wow!

 

I feel . . . so . . . inadequate!

 

Now I have something else to strive for! :laugh:

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Nice setup Crow, but really, spoons in a pyrogen ? ;)

I do the same thing.

 

I'm glad to know that. Every time I think of buying a proper spoon holder I think of the bottle I could spend the money on instead.

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My drippers and La Rochere glasses have been my only $$ purchases, and I'm happy with them. For other stuff, I'd rather save my money for the booze. My water decanter is an old bottle of VC, and what a lovely and handy decanter it makes.

 

smartaleckclowns :)

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Brian, and a few others here, would need a panoroamic camera and to enter the witmess protection program, before publishing their stash. :laugh:

Funnily enough, Brian actually does publish his stash. His entire bar, as a matter of fact.

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Brian, and a few others here, would need a panoroamic camera and to enter the witmess protection program, before publishing their stash. :laugh:

Funnily enough, Brian actually does publish his stash. His entire bar, as a matter of fact.

Actually, it's only about half. Some of it was intentionally left off, but I just stopped updating it a while ago too. Probably should take it off...

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Here is my new compulsion. I cannot express enough how much a supportive, and partaking, wife matters. Over budgeting for an overseas trip made this possible. It will be awhile before I get through it all, but I haven't been this in love with something since I tried my first herbal substance at 14. It's just so very romantic and delicious in every respect.

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Here is mine. I just started drinking in the last three months, so I like to think I have quality even if I don't have the quantity just yet. I managed to get my hands on most of the gear I need, too. :)

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