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i did not like the port dundas, too sweet and lacked flavor. i did enjoy the old forester however.

in the mood for something different. anyone try bushmills 16?
 

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If you can get it try Kona Gold Cliff IPA
I got it chilled in cans here from Kona Brewery so still pretty fresh. I like it. For a stronger beer 7.2 it has good balance and a citrus note. It is made with pineapple. So take it with a grain of salt I peel & eat at least one sweet pineapple a week :p.

I think it's one of Kona best brews.
 

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just ordered a bottle of nikka pure malt taketsuru someone on reddit said it is a poor man's yamazaki 18 so i had to try it.
Let us know what you think. I'd really like some Nikka from the Barrel, but it's proving hard to find. I've actually seen Taketsuru Pure Malt at my liquor store, so maybe I'll jump on that instead, too.
 

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Just picked this one up, it's very tasty!! I'm only on the first glass but I already think it's better than redbreast 12 (redbreast cask strength is better however). but not even close to how good red spot was. i need another bottle of that, haha.
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btw i'm blown away by how decent the old forester rye is for only $24, it could easily be daily drinkable.
 
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That st. Germaine is awesome with pineapple, and ya it is real hot here in FL today.
 

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Habanero, pineapple, sounds like I'm making mezcal Rita's.

I've received a request to drink Jager and Gatorade (don't ask). Now I'm doing pineapple and habanero. Let's play what will bk drink tommorow?
 

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It's not the heat, it's the humidity........ Said some dumbass long ago.
 

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Habanero, pineapple, sounds like I'm making mezcal Rita's.

I've received a request to drink Jager and Gatorade (don't ask). Now I'm doing pineapple and habanero. Let's play what will bk drink tommorow?
I love taking jager bombz, adding Gatorade is not a far stretch for me, haha
 

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In my younger years all I would drink is Jager bombs. I was sent the Gatorade and Jager link because of my history. Now we all are trying it.
 

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I’ve mastered the stirred martini. And I use a mason jar and a chopstick as the stir-tool. When I buy the right tools and Hawthorn strainer. Look out!
 
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