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#4634 - 02/28/08 10:38 PM Favorite alcoholic drinks
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as the subject says what is, or some of your favorite alcoholic drinks, lets go with top 3.

1. Jack sometimes in coke
2. Vodka (Grey goose) sometimes in OJ
3. tequila (Don Julio) straight
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#4636 - 02/29/08 12:41 AM Re: Favorite alcoholic drinks [Re: blackdragon31560]
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I can't be narrowed to three. So here's my list.

1. A fine sipping tequila. Something along the lines of a limited reserve Herradura, Patron, or Cabo.

2. A limited bourbon. Not only good for sipping, but has so many uses in cooking. Everything from sauces, to pastries, to desserts. Bourbon does not last long in my house. Especially a finer bourbon.

3. Flavored vodkas. Great for cooking. Great for drinks. Great for sipping. I am very particular to blueberry and pepper flavors.

4. Red wine. I am very partial to shiraz. Another good cooking ingredient and great for serving with the meal, or drinking while cooking said meal.

5. Beer. An easy to go to drink. When I want to just get hammered....any will do. If I want to enjoy it, then Guinness is my go to. Irish Car Bombs combine all my favorites. Beer makes it way into tons of recipes. Everything from bread to chili.

6. Irish whiskey. I am partial to Jameson's. Very easy to sip your way to a staggering night with that. So smooth. Again, something you can cook with.

I love cooking, and alcohol plays a role in a lot of what I cook. Not for getting bombed, but for flavor. Really, most of the alcohol gets cooked away and what you are left with is the flavor.
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#4640 - 02/29/08 12:27 PM Re: Favorite alcoholic drinks [Re: fakepropht]
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1. Boddington's
2. Kirin Ichiban
3. Sake
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#4642 - 02/29/08 01:56 PM Re: Favorite alcoholic drinks [Re: Jeseth]
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Oh, I hope that I am not being too sarcastic when I say I like a "NICE CHIANTI"

The merlots and cabs are usually too heavy for my palette.
I like claret, unfortuneately it is a bit pricey.

Red wine is good with fish, believe me.
especially salmon or catfish.

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#4676 - 03/01/08 06:38 AM Re: Favorite alcoholic drinks [Re: Satansfarm]
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I love margaritas. In fact, I am having one right now at 6:30 in the morning (I just got home from working 13 hours, so I dont care that its an inapproriate time to drink)

I also like Jagermeister, whiskey sours, and red wines. Red wine is by far preferred over white for me. I dont have a particular favorite red wine. I try a new brand or type each time I grocery shop.
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#4750 - 03/04/08 10:03 AM Re: Favorite alcoholic drinks [Re: Rainy]
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Fuck narrowing it down to just 3. I have many favourites;

Jagermeister
Famous Grouse
Cider (not your typical "White Lightening" type either, as that hasn't even looked at an apple during it's production...)
Southern Comfort
Drambue
Tia Maria
Piña Colada
Black Russian

I'll update this list when i can remember any more.
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#4763 - 03/04/08 05:38 PM Re: Favorite alcoholic drinks [Re: DistroyA]
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Everyone of these is right on.

Here are my picks for the month... yes I'm all over the place when it comes to drinking.

Pale ale and stout from the good folks at Cooper's brewery.

Chang beer!!! Incredible lager with the consistancy of an ale but never loses it's lager qualities. Crisp and refreshing; a great after yard work kinda beer.

Same Adams double bock. Yes it is making me fat. But it's a seasonal so I'm going for it. ;\)

Tres Pistoles, La Fin Du Monde, Maudite from the fine folks at Unibroue. Strong, sweet, full bodied.. and strong.

Samuel Smith's oatmeal stout. Hell, actually all of their stuff is good. But that is my personal favorite.

Ok. I have to get ready for work.

Cheers!

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#4769 - 03/04/08 08:45 PM Re: Favorite alcoholic drinks [Re: delusion]
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Here's A Few

1. The New Lucid Absinthe
2. Redrum
3. Voodoo Spiced Rum
4. Honey Brown Beer
5. Guinness
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#4869 - 03/06/08 09:23 AM Re: Favorite alcoholic drinks [Re: AlleQ]
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In Thailand they serve shots of hard liquor mixed with snake blood. The snake's neck is cut in front of you and then they cook it up. It's said to increase sexual vigor and chi flow. I had some; its an acquired taste which i didn't acquire.
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#4890 - 03/06/08 07:06 PM Re: Favorite alcoholic drinks [Re: LUCIFERIFIC]
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Hm... I think I'll pass on the snake blood. Drinking it sounds like an easy way to contract a disease or two. Did it do what it was supposed to do?
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#4896 - 03/06/08 08:47 PM Re: Favorite alcoholic drinks [Re: Jeseth]
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I don't drink alcohol. It ruins the mind and the body. Drink water instead!
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#4903 - 03/06/08 10:57 PM Re: Favorite alcoholic drinks [Re: Jeseth]
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 Originally Posted By: Jeseth
Hm... I think I'll pass on the snake blood. Drinking it sounds like an easy way to contract a disease or two. Did it do what it was supposed to do?
Jes, I don't need no stinking snake blood for some sexual vigor. I'm young and naturally vigorous... i just need a big stinking muff in my face. I'm like a brand new florescent light bulb - i turn on real easily. You can't contract diseases from snakes... plus the stomach kills whatever is in there. At least that was what I was told.

DaVinci: have you ever read "The Power of Water," or "the Message of Water" and pondered on all of its implications? Water might not be completely good for you at times.
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#4904 - 03/06/08 11:02 PM Re: Favorite alcoholic drinks [Re: blackdragon31560]
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I haven't tried this one, but it sounds pretty interesting:

Green Dragon

It's vodka with a certain herbal additive...

I expect that would be quite potent (though it's bound to taste like shit!)

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#4910 - 03/06/08 11:41 PM Re: Favorite alcoholic drinks [Re: LUCIFERIFIC]
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 Originally Posted By: LUCIFERIFIC
DaVinci: have you ever read "The Power of Water," or "the Message of Water" and pondered on all of its implications? Water might not be completely good for you at times.

I can't say I have; however I am of the understanding that water may not be completely healthy for you - that is why I mix between Tomato Juice, Orange Juice, and other fruit and vegetable drinks to ensure that I keep things on an even balance.
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#4937 - 03/07/08 04:03 AM Re: Favorite alcoholic drinks [Re: DaVinci]
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Ok. As someone who spends his time almost entirely teetotal I feel compelled to answer this as when I do drink it's normally for a special occation so I have very specific tastes.

1. Grand Marnier - French Orange Liqueur. Absolutely Fantastic. It's sweet yet strong without being overpowering.
2. Absinthe - Proper stuff. 40-50% alcohol, which actual wormwood in it, if it more than 80% alcohol that doesn't make it "real absinthe" it makes it paint thinner and a waste of time.
3. A Sweet Ale - Something along the lines of Goliath or Hobgoblin is a nice ale if you're drinking but honestly I prefer coke.

This about covers it.
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