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The last bit was a tad embarrassing Gav!!... :LOL:
 

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a bit kwyit tonight so thot I’dkontribute to this thread,
im trying cherry rum tonight with coke , lovely
watchin jonathan Ross
I wonder if Cherry Rum and Coke would taste the same as Rum and Cherry Coke?
 
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The last bit was a tad embarrassing Gav!!... :LOL:
yep...
I cannot imagine any alcoholic beverage would make watching him tolerable.
 
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Yip sorry watching googlebox now.... :eek:
Much better Gav.. we record them and then binge watch a few at a time, great entertainment!!.. :cool:
 
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Not quite yet.. but soon to be trying some more of this:
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It's rather pleasant, not too rum'y or whisky'y...
 

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one has a tickly throat.
cure is ginger wine with a ginger beer top.
 

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I received a free miniature of The Glenlivet 18 and it was bloody nice. I'll be adding a bottle of that to the cabinet soon.

I'm also enjoying Springbank 15.

Forgot to say, I got some Cardhu Gold and I'm not keen on the nose, too much toffee, but a nice dram otherwise.
 
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Fair enough on the Cardhu Graham, I haven't ever noticed toffee tbh.. isn't it strange how different drinks taste/smell differently to different people?...


Well, actually it probably isn't.. I know from my trade that people see not only colours but things differently...
 

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Fair enough on the Cardhu Graham, I haven't ever noticed toffee tbh.. isn't it strange how different drinks taste/smell differently to different people?...


Well, actually it probably isn't.. I know from my trade that people see not only colours but things differently...
I guess this is what makes whisky such a difficult thing to recommend, I find it less so with wine, port etc but even those can be quite individual. I'm trying a complementary dram of Laphroaig 10 but it's not to my liking, very medicinal and a little too smoky, which is making me a little nervous about a unopened bottle of Highland Park Dragon Legend waiting patiently for this dram to be finished.

How do you find that Caribbean Reserve?
 

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Picked up a bottle of Arran 12 Year Old Private Cask; bottle 179 of only 274 and it's very nice. They have one more bottle left in stock and tempted to grab it.
 

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I received a free miniature of The Glenlivet 18 and it was bloody nice. I'll be adding a bottle of that to the cabinet soon.

I'm also enjoying Springbank 15.

Forgot to say, I got some Cardhu Gold and I'm not keen on the nose, too much toffee, but a nice dram otherwise.
Glenlivet 18 yr is one of my favourites. Also keen on the Cardhu 12 yr.
 

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Received a ‘comfort package’ from the Directors this morning.



All locally produced along with some nice cheeses, meats and side of salmon.

Nice thank you despite a very difficult year for the Company.


Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
 
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What is a "double "gin? Other than one that should not be drunk in small measures maybe?
 

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From google "The 'double' in Boatyard Double Gin refers to the distillation method – where juniper is added at both the start of the process inside the liquid in the still and also at the end of the process after the column "
 
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Excellent.

Anyway, I made a start on this season's sloe gin this eveing. I shall sleep well I suspect.
 

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Its a lovely gin too, as is the MacIvor's cider.
Lots of the local produce over here is first class.

One of the reasons I'm happy to stay in N' Ireland.
 
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As much as I don't mind the odd bottle of gin and flavoured tonic, sometimes only an ice cold beer hits the spot.

Any recommends for low cal or low carbon beers pls

I used to drink Michelob Ultra but struggle to get it now.
 
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