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Morning drinks.

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The morning beer or shower beer is a given for a lot of us, but I have recently discovered that the morning single malt might be even more satisfactory. What do you guys enjoy the most as first beverage of the day?
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A spicy Caesar, or a good IPA.

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JimLahey wrote:A spicy Caesar, or a good IPA.
Oooh, but what is Caesar exactly?
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warm whatever is at hand

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Bur wrote:warm whatever is at hand
Which with Bur might as well be frostgiant blood with a dash or two of distilled lichen. And morning could be around 17pm during the winter time, or is it the other way round?
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"The prince of darkness is a gentleman." Shakespeare.

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Mr Boozificator wrote:
Bur wrote:warm whatever is at hand
Which with Bur might as well be frostgiant blood with a dash or two of distilled lichen. And morning could be around 17pm during the winter time, or is it the other way round?
Does that shit even get you drunk?

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a nice sharp cider or fortified wine is always good. Or go the other route and have a rich port and/or brandy with breakfast
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In my week in glasgow I had two types of breakfast
1. Guinness
2. Whisky (I did have few bourbons with ice on some ocassions though)

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Bur wrote:In my week in glasgow I had two types of breakfast
1. Guinness
2. Whisky (I did have few bourbons with ice on some ocassions though)
I love this answer.
"I never want to go to bed if there are still beers in the fridge, but then I am always hopeful that there are beers left in there when I wake up.". Thirstydrunk.

"We all look for happiness, but without knowing where to find it: like drunkards who look for their house, knowing dimly that they have one." Voltaire

"The prince of darkness is a gentleman." Shakespeare.

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Bur wrote:In my week in glasgow I had two types of breakfast
1. Guinness
2. Whisky (I did have few bourbons with ice on some ocassions though)
I love this answer.
"I never want to go to bed if there are still beers in the fridge, but then I am always hopeful that there are beers left in there when I wake up.". Thirstydrunk.

"We all look for happiness, but without knowing where to find it: like drunkards who look for their house, knowing dimly that they have one." Voltaire

"The prince of darkness is a gentleman." Shakespeare.

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forgot the traditional and excellent pint of milk with a few large (preferably irish) whiskeys
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I never want to go to bed if there are still beers in the fridge, but then I am always hopeful that there are beers left in there when I wake up.
Like a desperate thirst in a raging drought

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ThirstyDrunk wrote:I never want to go to bed if there are still beers in the fridge, but then I am always hopeful that there are beers left in there when I wake up.
I think there is fancy word for this.

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ThirstyDrunk wrote:I never want to go to bed if there are still beers in the fridge, but then I am always hopeful that there are beers left in there when I wake up.
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"I never want to go to bed if there are still beers in the fridge, but then I am always hopeful that there are beers left in there when I wake up.". Thirstydrunk.

"We all look for happiness, but without knowing where to find it: like drunkards who look for their house, knowing dimly that they have one." Voltaire

"The prince of darkness is a gentleman." Shakespeare.

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ThirstyDrunk wrote:I never want to go to bed if there are still beers in the fridge, but then I am always hopeful that there are beers left in there when I wake up.
Posts like this.... This is why we are all here.

I had a buddy stop by last night, he was on his way back home to AZ from Los Angeles, we were on Dewars 12 all night (I'm trying to finish off all of the blended Scotch in the home bar). This morning was all Gin & Tonics again. I found a great new Gin called New Amsterdam, it's becoming a staple because of surprisingly good taste.
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