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Favorite brands of liquor? Man:Endangered. 12/12/26(Wed)04:15 No. 1878
1878

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My favorite brand of liquor would probably be the classic Baileys, and my secondary choice would be Fireball. I know many dislike Fireball (Or any "sweet" drinks for that matter) but I am a big fan of the sugary-tasting liquors. Post yours (And possibly any good stories to go along with it?)


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Sophisticated Gentleman 12/12/27(Thu)19:00 No. 1892

Have you ever imbibed Bailey's out of an article of footwear?


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Sophisticated Gentleman 12/12/30(Sun)15:34 No. 1901

>>1878

Might I point out to you that fireball whiskey is not simply sweet? The height of it's sugary splendor is nearly offensive to the palate. It would appear it's sweetness is an attempt to mask the taste of it's alcoholic contents, which is a trait you may find common to the drinks fine ladies will often prefer.

Myself, I enjoy a low-ball glass filled with at least seventy milliliters of the fine rum known as Newfoundland Screech. It is poured over lightly crushed ice. It must be consumed straight, not mixed with any other liquids or ingredients apart from ice, so as not to diminish it's characteristically subtle molasses flavour. It is often accompanied by hints of chocolate, coffee or brown sugar aromas.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/01/05(Sat)10:27 No. 1921

>>1892

This gentleman knows how to party.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/02/04(Mon)08:29 No. 2038

I'm a gin man, but because gin usually ends you with long-winded boringness, I will tell you a story about my experiences with one, Sailor Jerry...

I don't remember any, may that be a clue to you.


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Sophisticated+Gentleman 13/03/22(Fri)16:55 No. 2157

Gin, naturally. I must say I do enjoy a bit of vermouth or bitters as well.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/03/23(Sat)04:40 No. 2162

lol are you kids still in middle school
i bet you enjoy smoking flavored cigarettes too.


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Hennessey privilege on the rocks classact 13/03/23(Sat)07:25 No. 2163

Hennesy privilege on the rocks here


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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/03/23(Sat)10:50 No. 2164
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it burns and I like it


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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/04/17(Wed)07:58 No. 2285
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Shellback Rum!


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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/05/22(Wed)19:58 No. 2360

I enjoy a glass of Hendrick's Gin or Bombay Sapphire from time to time. I find the art of drinking is lost among many of my peers, who would prefer to mix cheap alcohols rather than enjoy a quality alcohol straight.


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The Barman 13/05/23(Thu)15:36 No. 2365
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Brugal, extra viejo at home and the pub stocks anniejo for me. Do love some quality vodka but i get blackouts from it now, so only when rolling really


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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/05/23(Thu)19:42 No. 2368

>>2365

May I be so bold as to ask why Brugal?
From all the brands available this is the one you opt for and, frankly, I'm baffled.

I enjoy Flor de Caña 7 myself.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/06/01(Sat)22:04 No. 2377

Jägermeister


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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/06/05(Wed)14:28 No. 2380

Drambuie

sweet


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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/06/19(Wed)07:26 No. 2399
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I am a big fan of brazilian cane-based liquors, and I must say that the straw-laden bottle shown here is filled with fiery, woody, alcoholic goodness.
I usually drink it straight or mixed with limes, sugar and ice in a concoction know around here as "Caipirinha".


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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/06/19(Wed)07:55 No. 2400

I had myself a bit of Anejo Patron the other night and it was one of the best things I've tried yet. If any of you gentlemen have an interest in tequila, I would certainly recommend this to you.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/06/20(Thu)14:07 No. 2405
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Nothing beats this american classic for me.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/07/19(Fri)19:25 No. 2446
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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/07/31(Wed)01:00 No. 2459

I must inquire about mead. My 21st birthday is to arrive soon and I wish to acquire a bottle to share with friends. Any recommendations?


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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/07/31(Wed)11:42 No. 2461

>>2459
Are you actually asking about mead, as in the alcoholic beverage made from honey, or just using mead as a general term?

If it's the former, I have not had mead, can't say. If however you refer to the latter, I would suggest you try a little bit of everything if you can, try some bourbon, scotch, rum, tequila, gin, vodka. If you try each of these, you're likely to find what you will like, or at least have a small idea and a little direction to go with.

If you're going to try a certain type only, I would recommend a gin, it's my personal love of all the options. Specifically Bombay Sapphire, goes well as a shot, sipping neat, or in a cocktail.

If you prefer something sweeter though, try a rum, flavored vodka, or honey whiskey. These are what most people enjoy. All too sweet for my palate though, so I can't recommend anything specific in this area.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/08/03(Sat)18:56 No. 2467

>>2459
It really depends on your personal tastes. I myself enjoy a lighter coloured mead which tastes sweeter than it's darker variations.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/08/16(Fri)03:14 No. 2493

>>1878
Fine sir, one needs to learn the difference between a liquor and a liqueur, Baileys is a form of the latter.

>>2360
And you sir, need to treat those tastebuds to a gin of superior quality. Try Kensington London Dry or Old Raj if you want to experience just two of the finer gins in life.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/08/17(Sat)05:33 No. 2494

>>2493
I would love to but it's hard for me to come by any variety of gin in my area. I've tried to special order quite a few and no store I've been to can seem to get any of it.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/08/17(Sat)16:05 No. 2495

My personal spirit of choice is Cruzan single barrel rum. A premium drink to be enjoyed in the evening as a complimentary addition to a completed meal.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/08/18(Sun)02:21 No. 2496

My D.O.C would most certainly be a very close tie between a "Cuba Libre" (Bacardi and Lime) and A good "Sainte Archie" (Goldschlager and Red Gatorade)(Official Drink of the New Orleans Saints)



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