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Old 12-30-2015, 02:26 PM
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Just stick to hot chocolate and tea Marty...
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Old 12-30-2015, 06:56 PM
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Originally Posted by No Ragrets View Post
I would have bet money that Jeff was gonna recommend Peppermint vodka on the rocks. Good thing I didn't. I am not any help with this. My drinks are CL Smooths, Vodka, Rum & Coke or Bourbon on the rocks. Sometimes i will hit the apple pie shine.
I wanted to recommend the Smirnoff Peppermint but it is TOO TOUGH to find. I got the last bottle they had in a liquor store in Elkton today. Another store didn't carry it. The local stores here don't have it. I'm down to only 6 bottles left and 2 of them will go tomorrow I'm thinking
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Old 12-30-2015, 09:30 PM
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Everyone knows I am a sucker for a rum and fruit drink in the summer....And I have no problem saying yes to an offer of beer at anytime, however, like MartyI tend to switch in the fall...

Bourbon is my fall drink and while Jack and Coke have been a long time favorite and whiskey sours with seagrams 7....I have turned to a new favorite over the last year...

No ice, just neat....All are amazing....

Woodford Reserve - Standard and Double Oak

Hancock Reserve

Angels Envy

and my all time favorite....

Four Roses Single Barrel.

All of you should try the Four Roses Single Barrel, smoothest bourbon ever...

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Old 01-01-2016, 01:34 PM
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Originally Posted by 5th Tuition View Post
I was tempted to send the wife home by herself and staying down and fishing with Greg; but I thought that would start the new year off on the wrong foot
My wife gave up on me and new year's a few years ago. For a few years in a row, I fished with Skip at PLO. The first year, I told my wife I would be home in time to go out to dinner. I ended up calling her about 6 as we passed Solomon's and Skip just shook his head and laughed. The next year, we decided "to just play it by ear and see what happens". The third year, she said "just call when you get close and I'll get carryout".

This year, the weather won and I am going down Sunday instead.
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