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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Jack Black, Jun 26, 2016.
I'm positive @meako is a writer for Lagunitas
Going gourmet today.
All this talk about Glenlivet by @Onebigbill and Macallan by @rockman0 needs a little clarifying. Although both are a good Scotch Whisky, they are not for serious drinking. They are "sipping" whiskies.
This on the other hand is a serious Scotch Whisky for "drinking". I was stationed in Scotland for two years and 99% of the time when you'd slide up to the bar in a pub and order "a dram and a pint" this is the Whisky you got. The drill then was to down the whisky and chase it with the pint. No sipping the whisky - just down it.
Granted, the sipping whisky lasted longer but dang - drinking was a lot more fun.
Ed, you are 100 % correct, Dewars white label is meant for shots, gulping, or if you are a weenie mixing. Thanks clearing the air
I could do better...but my dream job is making up names for paint companies latest ranges of colours....eg Light Blue becomes Breezy Day....cheers.
Was it Lucky Charms? I get excited about that!
Thank you, sir. Sorry about the cold weather. It's been warm here, mid-90's (don't know what that is in Celsius). Went out to dinner with wife and daughter. Had fried shrimp and fries, a cup of gumbo, and a couple of beers. Pretty good day. View from our table at the restaurant:
Didn't get a pic of the food, sorry.
Earlier this afternoon we put the boats in the water, loaded a ton of stuff and then paddle/rowed for about an hour to Jones Falls Lock on the Rideau.
About to go to bed now, I mean sleeping bag LOL.
Tomorrow we will go to Davis Lock , about 11 km from here.
Haha, I am sure you could Jon
day, (which had been sat at my mail box for 3 months). Along with some other fine gifts, it contains this, which I'm yet to try[/QUOTE]
Beautiful view while having lunch, glad you had a good time. Mid 90's is 35deg. celc. I still talk in the real temp, although we have had the "NEW" way for about 50 years.
Sorry. It was Wheaties.
I would have had you down as a Corn Flakes man.
Morning Guardians, just checking in on my phone to wish our US members a Happy 4th Hope everyone has a great weekend, catch up with y'all later
Good morning Guardians
Went for a little walk around the lock this morning.
This plaque tells a bit of the history of the Rideau Canal.
If the plaque is hard to read here is a short video.
I find it fascinating
So Rob, how slightly alcoholic is it?
Vince, I like your style! I remember the really great gumbo in Sabine Pass near Beaumont, TX.
Thanks much Jack. The colonies here are having a bang-up day.
Very interesting video Dan; thanks!
Good morning Guardians and happy 4th to America. Have been trying to edit out the photo but so far no luck. Sorry for the offending image. OK, just got it excised...Found out my membership expired and I renewed but it took a little while for it to kick in. Here's the new (lambfoot only)photo of my HHB:
I must agree with you Rob. However, my favorite scotch comes from Islay. I especially like Lagavulin 16. I most often prefer that but I also like my Laphroig Cask Strength, Ardbeg Uigeadail, and the like. Wished I could afford the 20 year old varieties but damn they are expensive! Truth be told, I like all good single malts
Lambsfoot knives only.
Best to edit out the offending knife before our host sees it.
Good Morning Guardians
and Happy 4th of July to all my fellow Americans