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A Manhattan is, as we have been reminded, is what a Manhattan is: Bourbon or Rye, sweet Vermouth, perhaps bitters and fruit, stirred or rocks. That is what we should call it, lest it degenerate into the Fun City Tini, etc. I would still like to try Bourbon and a splash of Cognac stirred. Give it a n...
Whoa, Kimosabe. I'm thanking you now. You know how good that will be with a bit of snow on the ground and a fire in the hearth?Mr Boozificator wrote: Try making the Manhattan with Cognac, you'll thank me later.
Todella.Bur wrote:ThisSavage Bloody Savage wrote:The problem is, flasks are too small.
Dude! Do you realize today is John Lennon's 70th birthday? Well, I guess it's tomorrow in Finland, but still.
So these guys are getting hungover before they get drunk, instead of when they wake up? I don't get it. It's sort of like coming before her lips caress the sacred bottle if you know what I mean.
- Sat Oct 09, 2010 9:25 am
- Forum: The Pub
- Topic: My fellow lushes I request advice
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You'll get the booze per capita figured out. Just make sure that with a few thousand bucks of liquor at stake, the bartenders you hire comply with state liquor laws.
- Thu Oct 07, 2010 2:54 pm
- Forum: The Pub
- Topic: The say what's on your mind thread ....
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Give my regards to Palmy,Gin McGuinness wrote:hurry up Friday! i wanna see Palmy!
Remember me in Slingawhore,
Tell all the gang in District 10
That I'll be back for more!
If you trick or treat at my house, you're welcome to share whatever I'm embibing, usually Jamesons. I used to make a thermos of Irish coffee to take around when Halloweening with the kids. There are a *lot* of drunks in this neighborhood.
- Tue Oct 05, 2010 12:49 pm
- Forum: Music to Booze To
- Topic: Whatcha listening to?
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Heard on the radio last night and I know some here admire the Chairman, so it was... An orchestral piece by Alec Wilder recorded in the 40s by the Columbia Strings led by none other than Frank Sinatra in his conducting debut, and Mitch Miller playing solo oboe. Not pop, but not too shabby either. On...