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    Quote Originally Posted by apicius9 View Post
    Wow, that's a treat (I assume, never could afford it). Reminds me, long time ago I used to occasionally hang out at a bar that had the 30y Black Bowmore and the rare 40y bottling, the 40y sold for $690 a shot. As a poor post doc I offered them $200 for a teaspoon of each just to compare them, but they didn't do it. Years later the 40y bottle was still almost full and it was definitely not getting better from sitting on a bar shelf. Still annoys me when I think about it.

    I'm having water tonight, maybe I'll go for a glass of eau de vie (hazelnut) as a night cap.



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    I definitely can't afford it either. I usually drink tap water myself.lol

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    Today is New Belgium Fat Tire, Left Hand APA, Wild Turkey Rare Breed, Makers Mark, Two other cheap Bourbons-- very old Barton, old crow... ugh

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    Some Maestro Tequilero anejo neat.

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    jsutcheaping oput with a bottle or 3 of guinness stout

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    The Abyss with pizza and salad

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    Just rigged myself up an Old Fashioned and walked my dog. Hit the spot.

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    Still have to fine-tune a job application that I am serious about tonight, but when I am done, it will be a Knob Creek tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johndoughy View Post
    Just rigged myself up an Old Fashioned and walked my dog. Hit the spot.
    I hope that your dogs name isn't Spot!
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    My usual day drink (and right now) is sparkling water on ice with a splash of cranberry juice and a splash of limoncello. It's just fancy enough to make water interesting.

    k.
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    Tonight it's UKU 28.
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