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  1. #276
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzworthy View Post
    This is the issue with tequila. Iím the fucking energizer bunny and Iím still kicking and wide awake. Except my canít walk a straight line. But I can type on my phone fine. But I feel nothing.
    how ya feeling this morning, buzz?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgapp View Post
    Okay their clear gin is great, but have you had their old Tom?? Fuck me I will pay anyone richly to mail me a bottle of that. So good.
    Hell yeah. Tom Cat is awesome. We usually load up when itís on sale. Goes great with fever tree ginger beer. Got to be a fortune to ship, heavy bottle, but if youíre desperate let me know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgapp View Post
    how ya feeling this morning, buzz?
    Hope Buzz's morning ain't like this:



    You ok, buddy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgapp View Post
    how ya feeling this morning, buzz?

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    He couldnít feel his feet last night but I bet he can feel every blood cell in his head this morning

  5. #280
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    He may be in a Mexican prison after murdering the mariachi band that woke him up this morning

  6. #281
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    Hopefully the resort heís at has menudo. Es la cura por la cruda.


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    All things considered I feel pretty good. 9am was a bit hazy heading to the ocean. Heading to the pool now for a cerveza.

  8. #283
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    Sangrita for the win

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    Monday in Nantucket I was at the Brotherhood of theives Day drinking to celebrate our fallen countrymen and women and saw Chartreuse on the bar.
    I was done with my Mt Gay and tonic and told the bartender to make me whatever he kept the Chartreuse around for and he said " we just shoot it" so I ordered a beer and had my first shot of Chartreuse since Aspen in the 90s...

  10. #285
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    Quote Originally Posted by zion zig zag View Post
    Hopefully the resort heís at has menudo. Es la cura por la cruda.


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  11. #286
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    Those boys are old men now and would only make my hangover worse...

    Necessitan Micheladas y mota

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    Quote Originally Posted by zion zig zag View Post
    The best way to shoot tequila is by having a bandera. Buzz, ask the bartender for a bandera and report back. The red should be sangrita.
    Trying this evening. Spanish restaurant reservations shortly.

  13. #288
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    Unique Spirits & Cocktails

    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyCarter View Post
    Iíve been doing mezcal neat lately and itís kinda nice, though not as refreshing. If you do the ďsip of mezcal, sip of waterĒ it works
    ĎíMezcal is actually Spanish for Marlboroíí

  14. #289
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    Quote Originally Posted by Self Jupiter View Post
    ‘’Mezcal is actually Spanish for Marlboro’’
    MF FACT!!!!!!!!

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    Ahhh shit, Iím a hipster?

  16. #291
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    Speaking of Pierre Ferrand: the cognac is darn good

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    Just made up a new one. Well, for me at least. Probably already a thing. Anyway, give this one a whirl this summer:

    Pour over a cocktail glass full of ice and stir the following:
    2 oz Bourbon
    1/2 oz Cynar
    Top w/ Mexican Coke (it's the only Coke I actually like - real sugar, none of that high fructose corn syrup bullcrap)
    Squeeze of Lemon
    Luxardo cherry

    Boom. Muy delicioso. You could probably do without the lemon and cherry to keep it simple, but it's just how I tried it this time. Bout to try round 2 that way and will report back.

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    ^^
    K. Reporting back. It absolutely needs the lemon. Too bland and boring without. Better with the cherry too but that's still more optional than the lemon. I def prefer my original recipe above. Carry on, soldiers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MontuckyFried View Post
    Just made up a new one. Well, for me at least. Probably already a thing. Anyway, give this one a whirl this summer:

    Pour over a cocktail glass full of ice and stir the following:
    2 oz Bourbon
    1/2 oz Cynar
    Top w/ Mexican Coke (it's the only Coke I actually like - real sugar, none of that high fructose corn syrup bullcrap)
    Squeeze of Lemon
    Luxardo cherry

    Boom. Muy delicioso. You could probably do without the lemon and cherry to keep it simple, but it's just how I tried it this time. Bout to try round 2 that way and will report back.
    Huh okay that sounds dope. Just a little Mexican coke. Sure, I'd fuck with that.

    Made a Martinez tonight with Carpano antica and Tom Cat. One of my go-tos.

    also neufox if you're lurking here sorry buddy that IS your grinder and I'll get it in the mail to you next week, I swear to god.

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    Summer evening:


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    I'm on the verge of something REALLY good here, but it still needs some tweaking. Attempt #1 was equal parts Suntori Toki whisky and Grand Marnier. Excellent but too sweet. Attempt #2 was 1.5 oz of the whisky and dialed it back to 1/2 oz. Grand Marnier. More balanced now but now missing a little something. I think next time I will add a twist of lemon and splash of club soda. Suggestions?

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  22. #297
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    Vermouth, but might be overkill?

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    Sounds like you are going for something similar to the Man O war.


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    Quote Originally Posted by zion zig zag View Post
    Sounds like you are going for something similar to the Man O war.
    Huh. You might be right! I haven't had one before, but with Jimmy's suggestion above, that's pretty much exactly what it is (except using the Japanese whisky as opposed to bourbon). I just looked it up. Might have to try that sometime. Must be the flavor profile I though I was dialing in. Man, it's nigh impossible to invent something clever and new these days. Haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MontuckyFried View Post
    I'm on the verge of something REALLY good here, but it still needs some tweaking. Attempt #1 was equal parts Suntori Toki whisky and Grand Marnier. Excellent but too sweet. Attempt #2 was 1.5 oz of the whisky and dialed it back to 1/2 oz. Grand Marnier. More balanced now but now missing a little something. I think next time I will add a twist of lemon and splash of club soda. Suggestions?

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    You want lemon juice. Need the citrus to cut through the sweet.

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