alcohol - with a twist!

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Re: alcohol - with a twist!

Postby rambo_zombie » Wed Jun 27, 2012 1:46 am

I love spiced rum. It's burns a lot but something about the flavor is very homey to me. Dark rum is just the best way to go.
I also adore wine. I'm slowing branching into reds but I'm still a stuck on stuff like Riesling and Moscato.
As far as mixed drinks, I really like mojitos. The mint is just... oh so refreshing.
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Re: alcohol - with a twist!

Postby limework » Wed Jun 27, 2012 9:04 am

i like beer. that's it.
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Re: alcohol - with a twist!

Postby phyro_gp » Wed Jun 27, 2012 10:59 am

limework wrote:i like beer. that's it.

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Re: alcohol - with a twist!

Postby kayliebug » Wed Jun 27, 2012 11:47 am

TorchesTogether wrote:Tea is pretty cool. I like Earl Grey.


Sleepytime tea is pretty nice.
There's this fruit and almond tea made by Bigelow that is the best tea I've ever had.
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Re: alcohol - with a twist!

Postby TorchesTogether » Wed Jun 27, 2012 9:27 pm

kayliebug wrote:
TorchesTogether wrote:Tea is pretty cool. I like Earl Grey.


Sleepytime tea is pretty nice.
There's this fruit and almond tea made by Bigelow that is the best tea I've ever had.


That sounds great! I've never had Sleepytime but it sounds so comforting.

Dobra Tea in Portland (Maine) is the coolest place in the world. Their tea menu is literally a book and you sit on little cushions and ring a little bell to order.
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Re: alcohol - with a twist!

Postby vertebrae » Mon Jul 09, 2012 12:55 am

i've been trying to get into tea. i got some tazo "awake" black tea but i vomit for some reason when i drink it hot. iced goes down fine though. but yeah i think i like earl grey over any of the kinds of i've tried so far, which is suprising because the name makes me think of old people's bath water.
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Re: alcohol - with a twist!

Postby Sara » Mon Jul 09, 2012 1:49 am

I don't like black teas. Herbals are usually a good replacement. Whites and greens are really delicate bad easy to make taste awful.
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Re: alcohol - with a twist!

Postby Josh_Dead » Thu Jul 12, 2012 1:38 am

phyro_gp wrote:
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Re: alcohol - with a twist!

Postby Godzuki » Sat Aug 04, 2012 8:45 am

I like that this thread is about tea and also alcohol. I like it because I like both those things.

I like all kinds of tea, but there are a lot of herbals I don't like that much. I like earthy teas mostly, black tea is good but green tea is better. The best tea I've ever had is an Oolong that I found in China. It is magical and makes water taste like some fantastic new beverage. Has anyone here ever tried Pu-Erh? It's the blackest tea you can get, and good Pu-Erh actually ages. You buy it in medallions, which can be pressed into images. I saw some really expensive ones in some tea markets that had frames and pressed pictures of horses.

I used to only drink liquor but lately I've been more of a beer guy. When I do drink liquor it's usually Scotch. I like Scotch more than American whisky. Did you know that different kinds of whiskies are named based on where they're from? Scotch is Scottish, Bourbon is from Kentucky or Tennessee, Rye is Canadian. I think there are others too. I like Glen Livet and Jameson.

A friend and I were going to try and find the best alcoholic tea mix. He lives in Scotland right now but when he gets back we'll figure it out. We think a nice earthy tea and a woody scotch will be best. We'll let you know. I mostly wrote this because I don't feel like packing all my stuff up. I'm moving today. If you read it, that's nice.
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Re: alcohol - with a twist!

Postby rambo_zombie » Sat Nov 03, 2012 5:06 pm

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Re: alcohol - with a twist!

Postby Josh_Dead » Sun Nov 04, 2012 1:52 am

Godzuki wrote:I like that this thread is about tea and also alcohol.
Well, speak of the devil and square dance to hell! I just came in here to say how I just tried a mixture of sweet tea and whiskey (Jack Daniels) and ohmyglob it is good as.
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Re: alcohol - with a twist!

Postby ThePageStaysBlank » Sun Nov 04, 2012 2:19 am

I've really come to enjoy tea. My sister practically lives in coffee shops, but coffee gives me horrible anxiety, so tea is my go to. I used to drink black tea almost exclusively but after I started drinking green tea it's been pretty much the only one I every drink. Green iced tea is really good too. As long as it's not sweetened. Lately this horrible sweet tea has been invading the North and it's awful.

Alcohol wise I enjoy wine now and then but it's very hit and miss for me. I'm bored with the usually girlie college drinks, i.e. margaritas and mike's lemonade, and vodka is kinda meh. I don't think I'll ever really like beer.

Honestly, alcohol gives me anxiety. Ironic, no?
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Re: alcohol - with a twist!

Postby riot2003 » Fri Nov 09, 2012 11:00 am

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