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What's your tipple?

Brogan

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Staff member
#1
As an antidote to the disgusting raw egg thread, here's one for grown ups ;)

I've just cracked open a bottle of Tanqueray Export Strength. Nice.
That should keep me going for a few hours :D

My usual drink is a nice single malt, not the peaty varieties though, but a long G&T with a slice makes a nice change.

What's your tipple?
 

Kim

Well-known member
#2
Crisp dry white wine (usually a New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc)

Voddy or Gin and Tonic - very nice in Summer
 

Trombones13

Well-known member
#3
I presume you're referring to "An alcoholic drink" instead of "A revolving frame or cage in which a truck or freight car is inverted to discharge its load?" :p *had to look it up*

I like beer...
root beer. :p *is 18*
 

Brogan

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Staff member
#7
Oooh Cointreau, I forgot about that.

It's a Christmassy sort of drink too so I'll get some this week.

Well, that's my excuse and I'm sticking to it :D
 

Jo.

Well-known member
#14
Oooh Cointreau, I forgot about that.

It's a Christmassy sort of drink too so I'll get some this week.

Well, that's my excuse and I'm sticking to it :D
Good plan! :) Cointreau is definitely a Christmassy sort of drink. We always get a bottle for the holidays. :)
 

EQnoble

Well-known member
#15
Don't drink much anymore, well hardly ever...
but this is one of the two bottles of spirits I keep on hand.
Pricey but for the amount I drink I figure what the hell why not.
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Jo.

Well-known member
#18
roflmao Dragonfly I've never seen that before - what a bizarre thing!!

I personally much prefer Cointreau to Grand Marnier..
 

OSS 117

Well-known member
#19
Single malt Scotch.
Some blended Scotches.
No vodka - it's vile filth.
Wines are a little hard. I like crisp and tart whites, so a nice Reisling usually fits the bill, or something from The Americas or Kiwi land for a buttery aftertaste.
Brandy/Cognac/Armagnac