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Winding up the evening with a Bijou Cocktail: 1 oz Voyager Gin, 1 oz Carpano Antica, 1 oz Green Chartreuse, 2 drops orange bitters, 1.5 dashes Bokers bitters, 1 big-ass lemon peel and 1 of Mr. Devoille's cherries. This is better than I deserve.

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Even though it's another rainy day here, I'ma still salute the sun.

SALUT SOLEIL

• 1 oz Gold Rum

• 1⁄4 oz Marteau

• 1⁄4 oz Cointreau

• 1⁄4 oz Creme de Noyaux

Add to 1 cup of freshly brewed coffee.

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The last of the vs.1898 in my old toppette, the bottle will be tucked away for some aging. I'm glad I had only tried Lucid when I met Ted, or I would have geeked out even more. The four Jades are distinct, yet amazing offerings.

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Berthe De Joux - I opened it last night after keeping it for two years. It tastes light and balanced, as my first impression. A review will be coming once I get about half way throught the bottle. Also on the drink menu earlier tonight, was a Samuel Smith's Organic Chocolate Stout... a milk stout I would highly recommend.

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Fekkin' water. Day 8 of a wicked cleanse diet. Water, water, every day. My bar mocks me every time I walk passed it. I would too.

 

 

However, I have lost 10lb, so that's something to hang my hat on, I suppose.

 

:)

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Go for it! :mbanana:

 

As inspiration, I'm going for the bottle of 2008 Goose Island Bourbon County Stout I just "unearthed".

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L'Ancienne today.

 

It figures that just as I'm approaching my second bottle's denoument, it's more wonderful than ever.

 

Patience may be a virtue, but it's never been one of mine. :twitchsmile:

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