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Re: Morning drinks.

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Know neither, hit the chat. Tell thirsty to man up while at it.

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Hey! I got a bottle of that gin.

And Bur, I heard about you last night bitching and vomiting.
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ThirstyDrunk wrote:Hey! I got a bottle of that gin.

And Bur, I heard about you last night bitching and vomiting.
Happens to the best of us.

Also what the fuck is wrong with vomiting? And I definately didn't bother anyone as in fuck you kullervo. I think I had a point here but fuck it we''l do it live!

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Mr Boozificator wrote:
JimLahey wrote:A spicy Caesar, or a good IPA.
Oooh, but what is Caesar exactly?
I will never forget DPAW's picture perfect spit-take after asking this very same question.

The answer is, it's a bloody mary made with clamato instead of tomato juice. Clamato is a mix of tomato and clam juice.

That's right, clam juice.
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At Christmas we always have Ramos Fizzes in the morning. Here is a slightly complicated recipe but it gets the job done:

http://cocktails.about.com/od/atozcockt ... ns_fzz.htm
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My favorite A.M. drink would be anything with Akeehol, these days. Been far too long. Hopefully, tommorrrow will be the day to saddle up again.

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Seems like it's cheap beer time again

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waahoohah wrote:
Mr Boozificator wrote:
JimLahey wrote:A spicy Caesar, or a good IPA.
Oooh, but what is Caesar exactly?
I will never forget DPAW's picture perfect spit-take after asking this very same question.

The answer is, it's a bloody mary made with clamato instead of tomato juice. Clamato is a mix of tomato and clam juice.

That's right, clam juice.
Thanks monkey. Yeah, clam juice... strange but surprisingly tasty!

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Re: Morning drinks.

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This morning started with a nice Vouvray tête de cuvée while my filet mignon is gently roasting.
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TheBigCasino wrote:
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.
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beer is always good, the heartier the better, unless i'm severly overhung, in which case the lighter the better. i have to say mimosas to piss boozy off, but it has the added virture of being true. irish coffee, of course.
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I like New Amsterdam. The fact that it's dirt cheap is just a bonus.

As for morning, Guinness is always a good choice, but my fav has to be a white russian. I really don't like white russians most of the time, but for some reason when I'm hung over they are glorious. The local where I used to live would serve 'em up in pint glasses on Sunday mornings for $4. 3/4 vodka, topped of with kahlua and a splash of cream (mostly for color).
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A snort of bourbon in my coffee will do in a pinch. Sometimes I will split the difference between a bloody and a mimosa and opt for a screwdriver. Dark rum seems to go down the smoothest when I'm really feeling it.

I've yet to actually attempt a Flippant Hen, which is of course a raw egg cracked into a pint of cheap lager and then chugged. I saw it on an episode of The Wire and it turns up in bar books here and there, but I haven't spoken with anyone who swears by it. Seems like more of a prank than anything.
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I don't think I've ever even seen Mimosa or more relevantly Manhattan. I feel like a brute.

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waahoohah wrote:
Mr Boozificator wrote:
JimLahey wrote:A spicy Caesar, or a good IPA.
Oooh, but what is Caesar exactly?
I will never forget DPAW's picture perfect spit-take after asking this very same question.

The answer is, it's a bloody mary made with clamato instead of tomato juice. Clamato is a mix of tomato and clam juice.

That's right, clam juice.

This is exactly why I bought clam juice and vodka yesterday. As it turns out, I have no tomatoe juice, though, so I'm having a can of cheap beer.
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