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    Recommend the perfect summer drink

    Summer is finally arrived

    Can you give me your best summerdrinks?

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    Scotch?

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    Alcoholic?

    Caipirinhas are good. Many recipes out there, I prefer just Cachaša, lime juice, and honey or agave nectar. Making a simple syrup with Sugar in the Raw is also good. The granules are too big to dissolve in a muddle, so I cook them in a simple syrup and use that instead.

    Also, this.

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    A glass (or many) of dry French rose.

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    Tea. Green leaf several times brewed.

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    Good Arnold Palmer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pensacola Tiger View Post

    Love these. So damn refreshing.

    Pesky

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    I love a good Salty Dog with fresh squeezed juice, served up (or over if I'm cooking in the sun). This drink also makes a healthy breakfast

    Mojito's always hit the spot, it's tough to get a well made one though. It's fun to throw random fresh fruit in them in the summer: pineapple, watermelon, mango, and cucumber are all good. Just stay away from really seedy stuff i.e. raspberries.

    If you're the whiskey type, which I often am, a Mint Julep is a pleasurable warm weather beverage. Just don't be cheap on your bourbon!

    For wine a good Champagne is surely the king, Bollinger is always appropriate.
    Muscadet is a personal favorite of mine, Albarino is also winning.

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