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    Quote Originally Posted by ecchef View Post
    Almost perfect. For me, Hendricks gin.

    Or for me that would be Beefeater...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulldogbacchus View Post
    Woodford Reserve, ice,
    I do love Woodford, but given my retired status and resultant level of poverty, I'm reduced to drinking Evan Williams with my ice. Any port in a storm.

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    + 1 for Negronis! You've got to love a drink that was invented by replacing soda with gin!
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    Quote Originally Posted by chinacats View Post
    Or for me that would be Beefeater...
    Variations on a theme, fellow brothers of the juniper berry! It's all good.

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    For those that don't drink a lot of cocktails, gin and tonic is hard to beat. If they want sweet, rum and coke. Or maybe long island ice tea.
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    A jigger of Hendricks Gin, just shy a jigger of St. Germain, half of a lime squeezed. Shake, pour and consume.

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    Personally I like bourbon and gingerale. But for non-drinkers, a Sloe Gin Fizz or Fuzzy Navel can be good ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    A jigger of Hendricks Gin, just shy a jigger of St. Germain, half of a lime squeezed. Shake, pour and consume.

    k.

    I've been substituting a local citrus, shiquasa, for the lime. Verrry tasty. Gotta give S.t Germaim a try.
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    Besides rum and coke, and gin and tonic. I'd go with a mudslide (2 parts Kahlua, 2 parts Irish Cream, 1 part milk). To give it a seasonal flare, you can always substitute those flavored creamers they use for coffee to change things up. Right now I'd make it with pumpkin spice. Either serve on the rocks, or blend to make an alcoholic smoothy.

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    I do love St. Germaine. I use it on a regular basis for drinks.

    I will try out some of these recipes, thanks all!

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