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Posted: 12-Oct-2004, 07:03 PM
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I just tried my first Glenlivet tonight. Glenlivit 18 year and water on the rocks...32 oz. (and free) smile.gif It was pretty good. It's nice having friends who are bartenders.


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Posted: 12-Oct-2004, 10:31 PM
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Oh my goodness. I like my beer ice cold, but ice runs whiskey, got to have it room temp. And although it is considered proper to put a small amount of water in single malt, I prefer straight.


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Posted: 13-Oct-2004, 04:26 AM
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QUOTE (TheCarolinaScotsman @ 12-Oct-2004, 11:31 PM)
Oh my goodness. I like my beer ice cold, but ice runs whiskey, got to have it room temp. And although it is considered proper to put a small amount of water in single malt, I prefer straight.

Well, being a whiskey virgin, I didn't know the best way to enjoy it. The bartender asked if I wanted it with water on the rocks, and I said sure. Next time, I'll try it as you suggest. smile.gif Can't complain though...I got a $24.00 drink for free. Yes, the hotel charges $12.00/shot for that whiskey! I had two servings. biggrin.gif
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Posted: 14-Oct-2004, 09:44 AM
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QUOTE (maisky @ 12-Oct-2004, 01:12 PM)
Mabye the culprit was too much orange juice?  tongue.gif

Now that's a possibility tongue.gif . But, it's bizarre how something that happened twenty plus years ago can still have an immediate effect on the the body rolleyes.gif


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Posted: 14-Oct-2004, 09:58 AM
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QUOTE (Avonlea22 @ 12-Oct-2004, 07:03 PM)
I just tried my first Glenlivet tonight.  Glenlivit 18 year and water on the rocks...32 oz.  (and free) smile.gif  It was pretty good.  It's nice having friends who are bartenders.

Outstanding, Brian! Free drinks are a always a beautiful thing, especially if it 18 yr old scotch. clap.gif

It's always good to hear when somebody else discovers the joys of the water of life cool.gif
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[QUOTE]I just tried my first Glenlivet tonight. Glenlivit 18 year and water on the rocks...32 oz. (and free) It was pretty good. It's nice having friends who are bartenders.

Glenlivet...18 years...with water? Aieeeeeeeeeeeeeee!
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Posted: 24-Oct-2004, 10:59 AM
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Ok, tried the Glenlivet 18 straight up. Damn is that stuff strong. Not quite sure if I like it or not...but I'm yearning for another shot. Jury is still out on this one. smile.gif
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Posted: 24-Oct-2004, 04:41 PM
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I like mainly foo-foo drinks. biggrin.gif
During the evenings I'm not working, I like to drink the fruity wine knock-offs, like Wild Vines or Arbour Mist.
I love Bailey's Irish Creme over ice.
When it's time to get crazy, then I break out the Irish Mist. cool.gif


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Posted: 25-Oct-2004, 08:01 AM
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QUOTE (Avonlea22 @ 24-Oct-2004, 09:59 AM)
Ok, tried the Glenlivet 18 straight up. Damn is that stuff strong. Not quite sure if I like it or not...but I'm yearning for another shot. Jury is still out on this one. smile.gif

You may have to try it DOZENS of times to decide whether or not you like it. tongue.gif


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Posted: 25-Oct-2004, 11:58 AM
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QUOTE (maisky @ 25-Oct-2004, 08:01 AM)
You may have to try it DOZENS of times to decide whether or not you like it.  tongue.gif

I've got to agree with our jester. The more times the better laugh.gif
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Posted: 25-Oct-2004, 12:01 PM
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QUOTE (Irish Stepper @ 24-Oct-2004, 04:41 PM)
I love Bailey's Irish Creme over ice.

I like Bailey's and coffee after I've come in from a chilly fall or winter ride on my bike biggrin.gif
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Posted: 26-Oct-2004, 09:47 AM
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QUOTE (maisky @ 25-Oct-2004, 09:01 AM)
You may have to try it DOZENS of times to decide whether or not you like it. tongue.gif

laugh.gif I just may. smile.gif

Question for all you alcohol gurus: What's the difference bwtween Whiskey, Scotch ans Scotch Whiskey?

Somebody at work told me they were all the same, then somebody else said that they are not. Glenlivet is Scotch Whiskey, right?

BTW, my favorite drink at the moment is a whiskey sour. I've been making them at work lately, but I have to settle for Dewars, rather than the glenlivet. smile.gif
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Posted: 26-Oct-2004, 10:47 AM
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QUOTE (maisky @ 25-Oct-2004, 09:01 AM)

You may have to try it DOZENS of times to decide whether or not
you like it. tongue.gif


Scotch is certainly an acquired taste for me. The more I try it, the more I like it.

I've been a beer drinker for 100 years, but I'm really starting to veer away from it and towards a fine single malt.

Then again, I'm getting older and maybe I'm just developing dementia. blink.gif



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Posted: 26-Oct-2004, 11:11 AM
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I've been known to hang out with Mr. Daniels. I do enjoy his company and have actually visited his home in Lynchburg, TN. I always have a dark ale around to enjoy when Mr. Daniels visits as well.


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Posted: 26-Oct-2004, 12:30 PM
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QUOTE (Shamalama @ 26-Oct-2004, 09:47 AM)
I've been a beer drinker for 100 years, but I'm really starting to veer away from it and towards a fine single malt.

Then again, I'm getting older and maybe I'm just developing dementia.  blink.gif

100 years old with dementia? huh.gif
NOW I am beginning to understand his political views!! laugh.gif
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