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Tiki drinks lately. Probably too many. Demon rum ya know.
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after a recommendation from CSL I got samples of Michter's standard expressions a while ago - finally got around to actually drink them...the Bourbon & Straight Rye is recommended.


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Is anyone on the Untappd app?
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A vodka and pomegranate cocktail at a recent supper club event at  https://monikergeneral.com/



Smoked Date at https://thisiscampfire.com/



Breakfast in Paradise at http://www.politeprovisions.com/



Atra Mors Double IPA at https://blackplaguebrewing.com/ that is within walking distance of my home. Danger close.
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Originally posted by Foxy Foxy wrote:

after a recommendation from CSL I got samples of Michter's standard expressions a while ago - finally got around to actually drink them...the Bourbon & Straight Rye is recommended.



Glad to hear you found them palatable, Foxy. I think I'm leaning towards their version of a sour mash as being my current favorite. I also have a special batch bourbon that is very good. The only one I've shied away from is the wheat whiskey. Don't think it would be my cup of tea.
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some terrible photos attempting color comparisons
but getting mildly seasonal
a tasty gift of a 'bloody shiraz' gin by four pillars alongside a homemade concoction of rosehip steeped in gin (then rebottled in a nikka whisky bottle - the previous contents are also fully recommended...) 
and then finally, from reds to lemon yellow: suze and soda: a sharply dandelionish tang



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Originally posted by CSL CSL wrote:

Originally posted by Foxy Foxy wrote:

after a recommendation from CSL I got samples of Michter's standard expressions a while ago - finally got around to actually drink them...the Bourbon & Straight Rye is recommended.



Glad to hear you found them palatable, Foxy. I think I'm leaning towards their version of a sour mash as being my current favorite. I also have a special batch bourbon that is very good. The only one I've shied away from is the wheat whiskey. Don't think it would be my cup of tea.


I saw the sour mash, but couldn't get a sample.
Will try again and include some 10YO's as well - the 20YO are getting too pricy considering it is probably MGP at this stage...
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That Atra Mors looks rich. I wish I had a brewery within walking distance like that too. Thanks for sharing the pics, they're awesome.
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Originally posted by Savala Savala wrote:

That Atra Mors looks rich. I wish I had a brewery within walking distance like that too. Thanks for sharing the pics, they're awesome.


It's really rich. 9.9% ABV and 100 IBU's. A little goes a long way. I'm drinking the Black Plague Pandemic today. A Nelson style IPA that is 7% ABV and 65 IBU's. Growler fills at Black Plague are $15 on Fridays.
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