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I65Stang
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posted 10-29-2006 12:50 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for I65Stang        Reply w/Quote
Call me a snob but I normally only drink good spirits (my recommendation on rum is below ). I'm looking to branch out to other spirits other than rum, tequila and vodka (I have those pretty much covered ). I'm looking for some suggestions for things like good brandy, bourbon, and scotch (for stocking my bar).

While wandering around Bevmo I found that they now carry my favorite rum, Cruzan . My bro and sis in law brought me back a bottle from the Virgin Islands after their honeymoon. I've been nursing that bottle for 5 years now (drink it on the rocks, use Capt Morgan Private Stock for rum and cokes) as the only place I found you could get it was from one of the Virgin Island distributors. I guess Bevmo got wind that this was a staple rum for anyone who enjoyed high end rums and the single bottle was rated a 96 by the Beverage Tasting Institute. The bottle from my bro was just their normal light rum and the bottle I picked up tonight was their single barrel and it is even better . Yum yum yum . Not only that but it is not that expensive (~$25 bottle). For those of you who like rum, I very highly recommend Cruzan rum.

A note on vodkas, try Tangueray vodka. It is not the easiest thing to find but amazingly good! Guess they know more than gin .

So what do you all like for your "special occasion" spirits?

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exlocal
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posted 10-29-2006 12:55 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for exlocal        Reply w/Quote
I splurge when I drink "regular" Pepsi. Sorry, I've abstained from alcohol since 1990.

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68 Coop
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posted 10-29-2006 01:19 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for 68 Coop        Reply w/Quote
Yep, 6 years sober, and won't ever drink another drop. When I did drink tho, it was mainly JD or Jose 1800 chased by either MGD or Corona.

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posted 10-29-2006 06:24 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for mellowyellow        Reply w/Quote
44z DietCoke. Gotta be from fountain like 7-11 etc. Probably have to go into rehab if I had to stop! ROTFL at myself!

Last year, in NC got a 44 oz in a plastic cup with a domed cover It is almost spillproof-great for in the car.

Went into a 7-11 getting my Refill and the woman(not blonde!) tried to scan it!

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i like a good smooth canadian blended whisky. the canadians call it rye i think. some of the more popular brands are segrams vo, crown royal, canadian mist and dozens of cheaper versions. i cant really tell much difference in any of the better brands. canidian lord calvert is the most popular in my area. most people mix it wit coke, sprite etc. i prefer it with some ice and a splash of water.

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posted 10-29-2006 09:23 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for GTRocks        Reply w/Quote
Jack and coke for me!

Fastback68
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Scotch purists turn their noses up at me for drinking blended, but I'm very partial to Johnny Walker Blue Label if someone else is picking up the bar tab!
For rum, I'm blessed (cursed?) to live in the Philippines, where we have Tanduay, which is really smooth and so cheap it's a joke! Their Gold Label dark rhum is my regular tipple, but for special occasions they've now released a 15-year-old version that still only costs the equivalent of US$9!
The biggest kick in the head I ever got without feeling ill was in a Norwegian sailors' bar in Tokyo, where they had some moonshine that the barman boasted was as high percentage proof as was possible. It was ice cold and felt like it was freezing and burning my throat all at the same time. It was one smooth (?) drink. I wish I could remember the name. A top quality vodka would probably be the closest you could pull off the shelf.
Gin? Ewwwwwwwww!

Ci8UUP
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posted 10-29-2006 09:52 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Ci8UUP        Reply w/Quote
When I was drinking hard alcohol:

Tequila: Sauza Gold
Vodka: Absolut or Stoli
Whiskey: Jack Daniels or Wild Turkey
Blends: Tangle Ridge or Crown Royal
Gin: Tanqueray
Rum: wasn't a huge rum drinker, so I'd have to say Bacardi or Myers

I'm done with hard liquor now. Only have 1 maybe 2 beers in a night. It's so nice not waking up with a hangover on a Saturday or Sunday morning!!!

Big D
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posted 10-29-2006 10:16 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Big D        Reply w/Quote
If you want to try a good Tequila,, try Sauza Hornitos.. Keep it in the Freezer and just take a nice sip or put it in a frozen glass with a squeeze of lime..

It really cuts down on the NICK-NICK factor.. You know,, when you take a shot of something and you start going NICK-NICK-NICK still the burning in your ears goes away..

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Ked
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posted 10-29-2006 10:25 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Ked        Reply w/Quote
High end??? High end???

Nawwwwww....I ain't puttin' no Grey Goose in those jello shooters....that's probably gonna be the cheapest I can find, and we'll all pay for it tomorrow!!

Only use Jello brand gelatin though.....

Now, beer is a different story....I have been called a beer snob and I wear that label with pride...very picky about my beer!

Been on an Anchor kick lately (since my vacation trip to San Francisco)....

http://www.anchorbrewing.com/

No bud or miller lite for me!

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deathtoricers
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posted 10-29-2006 02:10 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for deathtoricers        Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Ked:

Only use [b]Jello brand gelatin though.....

[This message has been edited by Ked (edited 10-29-2006).][/B]


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posted 10-29-2006 02:18 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for adragon8u        Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by exlocal:
I splurge when I drink "regular" Pepsi. Sorry, I've abstained from alcohol since 1990.


Same here. Got tired of forcing myself to go to work sick the next morning. Figured it was easier to just quit. When I did drink, it was mostly beer, Heineken, Bud, Lowenbrau.
Once in a while I would drink Mai-Tai's like Koolaid.(mai-tai's...GOOD!)

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Scott H
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posted 10-29-2006 09:18 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Scott H        Reply w/Quote
I'm in the 'no thanks' camp.

I've tried beers, wines, and spirits, and they all give me the same thought, I just don't see the point.

lawless
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posted 10-29-2006 09:24 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for lawless        Reply w/Quote
I'll chime in with my burbon of choice:

Pappy Van Winkle's Family Reserve

www.oldripvanwinkle.com

really smooth stuff

for normal sipping time, I stick with Woodford Reserve, or Maker's Mark.

Occasionaly Jim Beam black, never Jack Daniels


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mustangs68
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posted 10-29-2006 09:26 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for mustangs68        Reply w/Quote
Aint nothing better than a cold Ripple
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lawless
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posted 10-29-2006 09:31 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for lawless        Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by mustangs68:
Aint nothing better than a cold Ripple
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hwyman3
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posted 10-29-2006 09:50 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for hwyman3        Reply w/Quote
When I do have a drink (and that's rare), I enjoy Captain Morgan Parrot Bay with either Coke with Lime or Mountain Dew.

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mustangs68
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posted 10-29-2006 10:42 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for mustangs68        Reply w/Quote
LOL

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posted 10-30-2006 09:06 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for kwazykat        Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by lawless:
...Maker's Mark...

yum!
any bottle that is still hand-dipped in sealing wax is a treat! i love maker's mark, although i have not had any in a few years....

i am not a real big purchaser of booze.... i have been on martini kicks for a while but otherwise do not stock a bar....

my liquor cabinet has some [unopened] aged southern comfort kv's grandfather had stashed for hosting parties along with an unopened bottle of vodka from the same stash.....

in the frige i have been hoarding a fifth of godiva white chocolate liquer and a fifth of chambord for ~quite~ some time.... just poured the final cordial of frangelico the other week......so not a lot of activity there either....

during the upcoming holiday season, i am a sucker for southern comfort in eggnog .... double yum... but good lord the calories.... whew!! so.... i restrict myself to having that the night we put up our tree.... my little personal tradition....

i have been itchin' to try some cabo wabo tequila but just can't convince myself to spend the moo-lah..... plus i am afraid i would like it.....

although i have not bought any in quite a while [can we say 'years'?], i do like bombay sapphire gin.... maybe it is simply the hue to the bottle that makes it taste so yummy.... heh heh....

i admit i fell in love with sipping grey goose while on a business trip in 2000 but can't bring myself to spend the money on it .... love stoli [stored in the freezer,yum!] as well, but i always buy blue label smirnoff as i am more prone to mix vodka than to sip it....

tim, some friends of ours are fond of supplementing their [rather extensive] bar selection with little single serve bottles of different liquers .... i think it is a very convenient approach so that one may stock a bar with a larger variety of ~specialty~ spirits..... seemed a right smart idea....

anyways.... i am pretty run-of-the-mill in the booze department mostly because i am a tightwad and won't spend the bucks to fall in love with something new! heh heh

have fun shopping!
then invite us all over for a par-tay!
ked will bring the jell-o shooters! heh heh

kk

Dad Vishus
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posted 10-30-2006 10:12 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Dad Vishus        Reply w/Quote
Back in the day I drank quite a lot of Jack. Made me stupid!

I also liked Chivas Regal Scotch cause it didn't taste like Scotch.

I haven't drank any hard liquor for maybe 15 - 20 years, don't know for sure, but its been a long time.

Now I have a Coors Light maybe once a year. I know, thats a bit hard to believe, but I usually only have one when I go to see my Blues singer friend perform.

Now the only alchohol that gets consumed around here is the best kind. Diamond methanol.

Blacksmith
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posted 10-31-2006 01:19 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Blacksmith        Reply w/Quote
Nothing less than 10 year old Single Malt Scotch or Irish Whiskey..."Ishkavaha" (The Water of Life in Gaelic.

Fastback68
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posted 10-31-2006 01:50 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Fastback68        Reply w/Quote
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Now I have a Coors Light maybe once a year.

There IS no smiley face for that! My face is going through the motions from disbelief to laughter, to pity, to ... A sad smiley and a grin all rolled into one are called for

indyphil
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posted 10-31-2006 04:13 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for indyphil        Reply w/Quote
I dont really drink anymore either. A couple of beers makes me feel silly these days.

I used to be a wine Buff. Actually studied wine in special college classes (post grad). Its not as snobby as you think. Love me a good cabernet, I especially like older cabs.

I still buy some red wines here and there.
But I did used to buy a single malt from time to time. Talisker, glenmorangie and glenfiddich are popular (talisker was my fave) Expensive on this side of the pond though.

I also used to be a member of Camra (the campain for real ale) because most of all I loved a nice beer. Still like ONE every now and then.

Drink responsibly. And for goodness sake dont ever drink and drive.

Dad Vishus
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posted 10-31-2006 05:38 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Dad Vishus        Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Fastback68:

There IS no smiley face for that! My face is going through the motions from disbelief to laughter, to pity, to ... A sad smiley and a grin all rolled into one are called for

No pity needed.

I just don't crave the stuff any more. Most of the time it doesn't even sound good.

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posted 10-31-2006 05:53 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Ken        Reply w/Quote
Cabo Wabo or sometimes Padron Tequila(chilled shots, no lemon or salt thank you).

Grey Goose Vodka (On the rocks w/olives or Martini's (just pass the bottle of Vermouth over the glass). I guess that amounts to Grey Goose on the rocks

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posted 10-31-2006 05:54 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for SteveLaRiviere        Reply w/Quote
I feel the same way, DV. Sometimes I have a drink but not very often. I sometimes think it's funny they call them 'adult beverages' because they are much more popular with the kids.

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posted 10-31-2006 07:39 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Fastback68        Reply w/Quote
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No pity needed. I just don't crave the stuff any more.

Sorry to belabor my unimportant "point" ... it was just the Coors thing! I'd sooner never drink again than drink a Coors Lite. Like I said, sorry for this worthless point

Blacksmith
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posted 11-01-2006 02:26 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Blacksmith        Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Ked:
High end??? High end???

....I have been called a beer snob and I wear that label with pride...very picky about my beer!

No bud or miller lite for me!

Me too...Nothing less than Yuengling (Lager, Porter or Black & Tan) or Sam Adams, preferably Pub Draught GUINNESS!!!
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its all depends on what kind of damage i wanna do to myself lol ...normally yager and beer is quick....but normally capt morgans and orange/pineapple juice is like a slow burn..

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I keep a few beers cold and ready to drink. It takes me about 6mo's to finish a 6 pack any more.
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coors light was super back when we had to smuggle it across the ms. river to the east coast!! but since we can get it leagly now, it just dont seem to taste near as good!!

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posted 11-01-2006 07:11 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Ked        Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Fastymz:
Fat tire.


I had not heard of Fat Tire until I visited CA in September.

Didn't try any, was busy sampling the local breweries......

But, it must be only on the West Coast.

Haven't seen it here.

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posted 11-01-2006 07:22 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for lawless        Reply w/Quote
Fat Tire is a Denver Beer actually...brewed in Ft Collins. Drank a whole bunch of it when I lived there.

Goood stuff. If I make it to the Doo Dah, I might have to bring some!

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posted 11-01-2006 07:28 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for hwyman3        Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by capri man:
coors light was super back when we had to smuggle it across the ms. river to the east coast!! but since we can get it leagly now, it just dont seem to taste near as good!!


Hey, if it made for the plot of a great movie, it must have been good!

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A few weeks back my wife brought home a case of beer, said she saw them across the street at a warehouse, cases and cases of beer stacked on a pallet with a "Free" sign on them, I was suspicious. I looked at the case... unopened, so I looked at the bottles, they looked legitimate but still I didn't trust why anyone would give away free beer, that's unheard of! so I decided to wait for a few days and see what her coworkers said after drinking it, low and behold one of them read the tiny print on the bottle which I missed... non-alcoholic!

I65Stang
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posted 11-03-2006 12:12 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for I65Stang        Reply w/Quote
How did we go from high end spirits to Coors Light and non-alky beer

kk, you ever come out to Cali with your sis and you have open access to my bar .

Pappy Van Winkle's Family Reserve is on my list, I've heard good things about it before .

My wine racks (yes, plural) are well stocked although I am always looking for a new bottle to try and am familiar with viticulture. Andrea's uncle actually owns a winery in Napa .

Thanks all for your opinions and suggestions, keep 'em coming!

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posted 11-03-2006 12:18 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for I65Stang        Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Ked:
High end??? High end???

Nawwwwww....I ain't puttin' no Grey Goose in those jello shooters....that's probably gonna be the cheapest I can find, and we'll all pay for it tomorrow!!

Only use [b]Jello brand gelatin though.....

Now, beer is a different story....I have been called a beer snob and I wear that label with pride...very picky about my beer!

Been on an Anchor kick lately (since my vacation trip to San Francisco)....

http://www.anchorbrewing.com/

No bud or miller lite for me!


[This message has been edited by Ked (edited 10-29-2006).][/B]


The person who house/dog sits for us left a can of Bud Light in the fridge. I wanted it out of my fridge so decided I would just drink it, took one sip, almost threw up and dumped it out lol. I am with you Ked, good beer is a must.

I normally drink Fat Tire, Hefe, or a German beer that Andrea picks up for me from Trader Joes.

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For Single Malt Scotch, try
Glenmorangie Port Wood and
Talasker 18 year old (each over $50 per botle around here).

To me the best Whisky value is a canadian blend called "Forty Creek". Tastes like Crown Royal for less $$$.

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For any of you rye, or blend drinkers, I find the very best Canadian brand is Gibsons Finest.I don't know if it's available in the states, but if you can find it , give it a try.I would rather drink it than any other brand available here.
By the way $25 for a bottle is cheap, by the time our goverment gets through taxing our liquor, a 40 oz bottle is about $40 or so.
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Seagrams Crown Royal...Hands Down...
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posted 12-04-2006 06:45 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Blacksmith        Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Ked:
I had not heard of Fat Tire until I visited CA in September.

Didn't try any, was busy sampling the local breweries......

But, it must be only on the West Coast.

Haven't seen it here.


Ked,
Try Butte Creek brews if you see any. Brewed in Chico, Ca. and they are FANTASTIC!!!

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JJ's Moonshine....

It will eat through any plastic container you put it in.......it does however smooth out the idle on the '68......

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