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Posted: 20-Mar-2009, 09:02 AM
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Bust My Cherry ( Spirits )

Good drink! Shadows original

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2 min | 2 min prep

SERVES 1

1 1/2 ounces dry gin, 1 jigger (shotglass)
4 ounces cherry juice, Juicy Juice brand
crushed ice
3 ounces ginger ale


In a tall glass place gin.
Add Cherry juice.
Add crushed ice.
Add ginger ale to fill.
DO NOT STIR.
Serve.


Vestial Virgin ( Spirits )

Another nice gin contoction.

by Chef Shadows

1 min | 1 min prep

SERVES 1

1 1/2 ounces gin (1 jigger)
1/2 ounce sloe gin
1 slice fresh lime, 1/4 inch thick
ginger ale
ice (crushed or cubed)


In a tall pilsner glass ( 16 oz ) place gin.
Add sloe gin.
Squeeze the juice from slice of lime into the glass, placing lime into glass.
Add ice to fill glass.
Fill with ginger ale.
Do not stir!


Beefeaters Tea ( Spirits )

Shadows original. A wonderful summer drink for the very hot days!

by Chef Shadows

11 min | 3 min prep

SERVES 1

1 teaspoon fresh mint leaves
1 teaspoon sugar
1 slice fresh lime (1/4 inch)
2 tea bags
2 cups hot water
ice
1 1/2 fluid ounces beefeaters gin (1 shot glass full)
tonic water

Heat the water to boiling.
Pour over teabags and steep for 5 minutes.
Place mint, and sugar in a very tall pilsner style glass and muddle ( crush and mix ).
Add slice of lime.
Add gin.
Add ice.
Pour warm tea over all.
Finish with tonic water.
Serve.



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Posted: 20-Mar-2009, 10:14 AM
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Shadows;

When I was a kid I grew up across the street from Gilbeys Gin Distilley. If you saw what was used to make Gin you wouldn't drink it. Everyday dumptrucks full of rotting fremented grain would arrive stinking to high heavens.



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Posted: 20-Mar-2009, 10:33 AM
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That is what makes good alcohol, it is rotting fermenting grain. Good for Gilbeys!
All hard alcohols are rotted ferment grain!
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Posted: 20-Mar-2009, 12:05 PM
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Gin is good stuff. Last night I had a classic martini:

4 parts Gin (I used Trayton's)
1 part Vermouth (Used Noilly Prat)
1-2 dashes of Orange Bitters (I used Regan's)
1 twist lemon

Stir (do NOT shake) and strain into cocktail glass. Mmmmm...


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Posted: 20-Mar-2009, 12:27 PM
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Shadows;

I know that good alcohols comes from rotting fermented grain. Use to love the stuff. But I havent had a drink of Hard Liqour in 37 years just 1/4 glass of white wine with Xmas dinner and even that is never finished. Usually just have a couple or 3 sips then one of my girls finish it.


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Good for you! That is a grand accomplishment!

There are a lot of things that if we knew... we would not eat or drink LOL!
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