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Posted: 23-Nov-2007, 02:32 PM
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Coffee in the mornings, tea only on fall/winter evenings. My wife and I seem to hit the same day for breaking out the tea in the fall, and putting it away again in the Spring. We're both just in the mood until it reaches a certain temperature.

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Posted: 26-Nov-2007, 04:19 PM
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generally i prefer hard alcohol. If for some reason i dont feet like a shot of Cluny's before noon, i'll have some breakfast tea with real cream and fake sugar. They need to change the name of breakfast tea because i prefer it over other teas and will drink it at any time of the day...not just the labeel-recommended A.M hours. Ice water is also a key ingredient of my liquid diet. Other than tea, I like to keep my body clean and pure by only ingesting water and alcohol.
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Posted: 27-Nov-2007, 01:29 PM
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I agree, mydogisaleprechaun. Water rusts the pipes unless it is lubed with a really good whiskey. laugh.gif


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Posted: 08-Dec-2007, 02:24 PM
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I've been drinking strong coffee with just a bit of milk and no sugar since I was old enough to pour it myself. I was drinking at least 2 24 ounce travel mugs every morning after my wake up cup. Now I still drink the wake up cup of coffee, but the rest of the day it strong green tea, 2 bags to the mug, and my coffee nerves have calmed down.

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Posted: 11-Dec-2007, 12:32 PM
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If I have only those choices it is TEA, but in general I prefer Pepsi, which I am imbibing at this very juncture of time.


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  Posted: 26-Feb-2008, 01:00 PM
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Good cup of black coffee in the 1st morn, a cup of tea in the middle morn, all types, Earl Grey, Lady jane, Irish Breakfast, English Breakfast, generic orange pekoe, green, and red tea roibos(sic), I leave the bag in til done, then a cup of black coffee mid afternoon and then tea after supper. With an occassional cognac or Armagnac afterwork /before home and a beer or wine before/ during dinner or a nice tawny port after dinner perhaps a cordial of B & B or Frangelico or a nice Metaxa cognac. Then Irish whiskey or scotch whisky on weekends during fall & winter or maybe boat drinks, gin and tonic, pina colada, homemade wine spritsers for summer along with all types of beers, good hopsy and malted beers are preferred, lagers, ales, pilsner all ok by me, Spring and fall are transitional periods so I have to drink alittle of everything to meet the changing weather requirements. Waters good too, though my dad never touched the stuff, there is an old saying about rusting your pipes. beer_mug.gif note.gif thumbs_up.gif


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  Posted: 27-Feb-2008, 10:47 AM
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walkman.gif Usually good coffee in the morning (yes, a Starbucks snob am I) -- not as much as I used to drink though. In the evenings I'll take a good IPA or Scotch Whiskey any time thumbs_up.gif !!


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Posted: 27-Feb-2008, 11:01 AM
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Nothing like a really good cup of joe !!

Scotch whisky is the only whiskey without an "e" in the "ky"

and nothing like a good Scotch is right!!!

Though lately I find myself drinking Irish alot more often. cheers.gif
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QUOTE (UlsterScotNutt @ 27-Feb-2008, 11:01 AM)
Scotch whisky is the only whiskey without an "e" in the "ky"

and nothing like a good Scotch is right!!!

Though lately I find myself drinking Irish alot more often.  cheers.gif

Actually, Canadians spell it "whisky" too. wink.gif

I prefer single malt Scotch whisky myself. My favorites are Talisker and Highland Park. I like a good Irish whiskey now and then, too.

I'm not a coffee drinker. I occasionally have an espresso, but I'm really a tea drinker. And since I'm in Texas, that means iced tea, unsweetened. I make myself a pitcher of iced green or herbal tea most days.

If I'm drinking beer, I prefer a good ale or stout. I have several favorites, too many to list, but my favorite favs would be Belhaven Scottish Ale, Black Sheep Ale, Young's Oatmeal Stout, Arrogant Bastard Ale and Negra Modelo Dark Ale. I'm drinking a Samuel Smith's Imperial Stout at the moment. beer_mug.gif thumbs_up.gif
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Posted: 10-Mar-2008, 02:12 AM
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Non-Alcohol I am a Pepsi drinker, but in the Alcoholic drinks give me a good Glenfiddich any day. I recently opened the 30 year old bottle I had for special occasion, but decided life is an occasion. I do not drink in quantity to get drunk but a wee glass every now and again. It is a nerve tonic and as such I do not believe in over use.
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Posted: 10-Mar-2008, 02:23 AM
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I drink a lot of water, and some tea hot or iced
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Posted: 10-Mar-2008, 07:38 AM
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I am a pepsi-holic lol, but am switching over to water to cut back. Alcohol wise i like for beer either Keiths or Moosehead,Whiskey wise it is Crown Royal but on St Pattys day I will take a shot of Glenfiddich and Jameson sometime duriong the celebration.
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Posted: 10-Mar-2008, 01:43 PM
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Actually, Canadians spell it "whisky" too.

Ceid, Good to know!! smile.gif

My expartner from work bought at auction and sent me 3 bottles. One 1955 Courvosier Napolean Cognac, a 1947 Napolean Armagnac and a Remy Martin VSOP.
All delicious. I finished the 2 cognacs and am half way thru the Armagnac. I never had it before and find it quite nice, more fruity and lighter than the cognac.
I pretty much like all alcohol. I don't like headaches so I never drink enough to get drunk. I have about a shots worth at the end of the day in my office as I close down my computer.
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Posted: 11-Mar-2008, 11:49 AM
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Black coffee until after lunch, then I switch it to water.
Evenings are generally water.
However on the weekend after payday I'll get a six pack of a wheat ale or tasty lager. Sometimes even a bottle of deep, red wine with some cajones! (Temperanillo, Shiraz, or Grenache)
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Posted: 11-Mar-2008, 11:51 AM
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I can't do whisky or anyother distilled spirit anymore. The Captain and I shipwrecked hard many years ago and I've left those sails torn.
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