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My booze cupboard took a bit of a hammering yesterday as well.. feeling a little bit delicate this morning, will I learn though?.. I doubt it as I'm already looking forward to Sunday afternoon drinkies... :D
 
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My booze cupboard took a bit of a hammering yesterday as well.. feeling a little bit delicate this morning, will I learn though?.. I doubt it as I'm already looking forward to Sunday afternoon drinkies... :D
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today ive been mostly drinking
strawberry enfused gin ( beefeater) with lemonade and frozen strawberries ( instead of ice).
quite nice
 

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might have been a munitions factory on that site in the early 1940s . ..
 
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This weekends tipple:
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Anyone else trying something new/different?..
 
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not my tipple but I love the smell.
 

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That's interesting Dave.. what's your tipple atm?
 
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This weekends tipple:
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Anyone else trying something new/different?..
Make sure you pronounce it correctly Pete. Glen M-orangey...not Mor-angey. Apparently the most commonly drunk malt in Scotland. I have a bottle of Talisker Storm to open.

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Spot on
 

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I got a bottle of Arran 10 Year Old when over there in July for a week and it's got a little extra strength to allow a few cubes without causing a fuss. Polished it off whilst there and I would thoroughly recommend it.
 
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Make sure you pronounce it correctly Pete. Glen M-orangey...not Mor-angey. Apparently the most commonly drunk malt in Scotland. I have a bottle of Talisker Storm to open.
My recollection from a cycling tour of Scotland is that when I was staying close to the distillery, a local informed me that the proper pronunciation is actually glen-morrie. Never been able to confirm this since.
 

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Make sure you pronounce it correctly Pete. Glen M-orangey...not Mor-angey. Apparently the most commonly drunk malt in Scotland. I have a bottle of Talisker Storm to open.

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My recollection from a cycling tour of Scotland is that when I was staying close to the distillery, a local informed me that the proper pronunciation is actually glen-morrie. Never been able to confirm this since.

The pronunciation correlates with consumption :D
 

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diplomatic reserva and coke at 3⁰c....

it's going down better than .........
 

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My recollection from a cycling tour of Scotland is that when I was staying close to the distillery, a local informed me that the proper pronunciation is actually glen-morrie. Never been able to confirm this since.
Never heard that one - and I've worked with a few folks (whisky drinkers too) from Tain, the local town.
 

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I was going to suggest a 21 y.o ex all girls convent attendee.
Going down like.......

a kamikaze pilot?


Sorry - just watched Midway. Quite good.
 
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been on Aspall since 1.30pm, then on Westons
Quite mellow.
 

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Just plain H2O for me today.

OK, some tea as well.
 
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