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I'll be sitting here sipping a martini made with Voyager gin. Very tasty.

 

We got this cool shaker that looks like a penguin as a lovely parting gift from some frinds and it works damn fine. Thank you! :heart:

 

Very nice gin Zman. :thumbup:

 

:cheers:

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I'm going to paint a mustache on it and set near my absinthe gear. Maybe I can find a beret for it's chilly little head. :laugh:

 

 

We think it's name should be Chilly.

 

I love it!

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I'm enjoying some Marteau that I received today. T, you weren't kidding. This stuff is money. :cheers:

I'm sipping a glass that I received a few days ago and it is tasty!

 

 

 

 

 

 

* in the process of typing this post, I saw the picture that T just added! :laf:

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We got this cool shaker that looks like a penguin

That is so fucking tacky.

 

 

:laf:

 

 

I smell a little inspiration for something fowl.

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Inspiration indeed!

 

Roller skates perhaps.

 

No matter what, it still functions very well. You've seen our pix from Portland, do you think that girl wanted me for my brain or my bibs? Tacky is more fun than embarrassing.

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I hope you guys are posting reviews!

 

Not yet, but I will!

I have several reviews to post and a couple blind reviews. Sheesh, I better get busy!

 

 

Oh, Bill I wasn't there, but I'd say it was the bibs! :laugh:

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I do dig the Rittenhouse. It's not as good as anything from Sazerac but at half the price, I love it... just not as much as the Saz.

 

Was doing La Coquette, but then the urge struck...

 

Tonight's Saz... unrefined brown sugar cube, Sazerac 6 year, Jade Edouard, 4 dashes Peychaud's, 1 dash Angostura, and of course, the twist.

 

Holy Crap!, now... and I suspect as it warms up... :heart: !

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I'm enjoying some Marteau that I received today. T, you weren't kidding. This stuff is money. :cheers:

I'm sipping a glass that I received a few days ago and it is tasty!

 

 

 

 

 

 

* in the process of typing this post, I saw the picture that T just added! :laf:

Can we get it to MN now, or do you just have to know the right people?

 

EDIT: Nvm, I searched the usual sites and didn't find. I hadn't searched in a few days so I got excited.

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This stuff is money.

 

 

This stuff is money.

 

 

This stuff is money.

 

 

This stuff is money.

 

 

 

Who's not a fan of Salvador?

 

 

This stuff is money.

 

I get it.

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It ain't easy bein' green.

 

Xit, this repetitiousness must be catching.

 

Damn interweb viruses.

 

 

Btw, Dakini, just as an aside, Ratebeer.com is back. :thumbup:

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Must be something you drank. It keeps repeating on me.

Call me crazy, but if I went in to a bar, and the place made me unhappy, I wouldn't keep coming back to complain or make passive aggressive comments.

 

It's not that I want you to leave. It's that the whole attitude thing you've got going has run the course and now is just old.

 

I miss the old Pan.

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Sipping on an interesting pick up that my wife made this week while on travel. She brought back a bottle of Harrod's Knightsbridge 12 year old Scotch Whisky, produced at the Knockdhu distillery.

 

Typical, but not bad. It's an everyday scotch. Sweet up front, peaty towards the end. But a little hot. Would work well in cocktails.

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