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Bulleit Rye Manhattan
 
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Cedar Ridge Bourbon.
 
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Glengoyne Tokay Cask 1996/2008 special edition
Convalmore 28yr, cask strength 57.9% vol, 1977/2005 limited edition


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Glengoyne Tokay Cask 1996/2008 special edition
Convalmore 28yr, cask strength 57.9% vol, 1977/2005 limited edition


There seems to be a nice selection of SMWs available in Luxemburg.


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Clase Azul Ultra Tequilla Anejo. Amazing.


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Glengoyne Tokay Cask 1996/2008 special edition
Convalmore 28yr, cask strength 57.9% vol, 1977/2005 limited edition


There seems to be a nice selection of SMWs available in Luxemburg.


There sure is, the Glengoyne is from a little shop in Mainz(Germany) though, whose owner is a Glengoyne and Auchentoshan fanatic.


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Highland Park 18 year on Monday night
Eagle Rare 17 tonight
 
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Black Bottle blended whisky. Smokey, sweet, delicious. Under $20 too.
 
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Rum Ron Zacapa Centenario XO, very very good


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Lagavulin 16 last night.
 
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Suntory Hakushu 12
Ardbeg Supernova


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I have a wager with a very good friend of mine that is a life-long Saints fan.

My wager: the Saints will not be above .500 by the end of the season.

If I win, he has to buy me a bottle of tequila (up to $500 in value). If he wins, I have to open a couple of "nice" bottles of Cab, his preferred varietal.

Any suggestions on the tequila I am going to win? Woot


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Ty Ku Sake Black Junmai Ginjo, served with a sushi lunch. Really good stuff.
 
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Ty Ku Sake Black Junmai Ginjo, served with a sushi lunch. Really good stuff.


Agreed, I love this stuff. That said, I think they're still fermenting it as opposed to distilling. Wink

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Ty Ku Sake Black Junmai Ginjo, served with a sushi lunch. Really good stuff.


Agreed, I love this stuff. That said, I think they're still fermenting it as opposed to distilling. Wink

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On the menu, they also featured the more exclusive Ty Ku Sake White Junmai Dainginjo.
I was intrigued, but at $150 for a 375 ml bottle, I could not pull that trigger for lunch!
 
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Ty Ku Sake White Junmai Dainginjo.
I was intrigued, but at $150 for a 375 ml bottle, I could not pull that trigger for lunch!


Well, there's always dinner.... Cool

PH
 
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A little chill in the air tonight. Macallan 18 on tap. Tis the season.....

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A little chill in the air tonight. Macallan 18 on tap. Tis the season.....

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I'm looking forward to the weather cooling down a bit. It has probably been the warmest summer I can remember in Socal this year. We usually have a handful of over 90 days in the summer, but this year has been nonstop. Due to the warm weather, I have been enjoying a lot of negroni’s and aperol spritz this summer. Pretending to be on the coast in Italy. Smile
 
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We've had an unusually hot summer here as well. This past few weeks, I haven't had to use any climate control at all. Daytime highs from high 60s to mid 70s. Nightime from 50s to 60s. I open the windows for the day, and shut them in time to capture the warmth for the evening. AM wakeup, it's usually mid to upper 60s in the house. Perfect. I wish it was like this 365.

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Ty Ku Sake White Junmai Dainginjo.
I was intrigued, but at $150 for a 375 ml bottle, I could not pull that trigger for lunch!


Well, there's always dinner.... Cool

PH


Indeed!
 
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Maker's Mark to make a proper Old Fashioned.
 
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Basil Hayden 8 year


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Van Winkle 15. I prefer cooler weather when drinking bourbon and it's still a little too warm in San Diego. Trying to find some George T Stagg bourbon this year.
 
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42Below vodka, in a moscow mule with an Australian ginger beer called Bundaberg
 
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Highland Park 18. Much better value than Macallan 18.


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