I'm enjoying a bottle of 1996 Robert Mondavi Cabernet... what about you?
What is bicycle touring?
"So I kept looking and eventually found that a spark plug had same threads. So I cycled next two days until I got to Jackson, MS with a spark plug instead of right pedal." - mev
Spiced rum, maybe.
The bottle on the left.
Boulder Dam Brewery IPA.
Some more DogFish Head.
Water for now- I have too much programming to do for an analysis I'm doing for a paper I have to get out on Monday. After 10pm tonight is another story, of course- it's Maker's Mark time!
seagram's VO & diet pepsi
skiffrun: Enjoy the ride. Ride for the enjoyment.
I also have this...
...though I'm not drinking it tonight...
India Brown Ale, myself.
Last edited by ManBearPig; 01-30-09 at 07:58 PM.
1980ish Free Spirit Sunbird fixed * 1996 Mongoose IBOC Zero-G * 1997 KHS Comp * 1990-ish Scapin * Lemond Buenos Aires Triple
It was a gift, but it is very nice. I am not much of a bourbon drinker, so I cannot say how it compares to other bourbons, as I do not drink them very often. Generally drink single malt scotch along the lines of Oban or The Dalmore. I do not like the peaty scotches.
The Rip Van Winkle has a very sharp bouquet, and a nice warm flavor. You can really smell and taste the wood in it.
Here is a review. I took the advice of the reviewer and added a splash of water. Funnily, even before reading that review, I wanted to say it had a sweetish finish, and caramel is exactly the word to describe it.
I was just making fun of the Early Times brand.
When it comes to scotch, I've tried several things and have always come back to Glenmorangie 10 year. Very sweet finish, if that's what you like. I've also heard that 10 years is when a single-malt peaks, despite the availability of higher-priced, older scotches.
Shots of this:
Boont Amber Ale