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I do not have many leather bound books, and my apartment actually does not smell like rich mahogany. But that's not what this thread is about.

I love Scotch. My favorites are Auchentoshan 3 Wood, 14 yr. Balvenie, Glenlivet, and Macallan. I will enjoy some Lagavulin when I feel like being a man. Mostly, those are my brands because I haven't spent over $100 on a bottle yet.

Weird part is, I have been buying blends just to drink, so I don't waste the good stuff. I bought some Clan MacGregor and I actually really like it. My go-to blend was Grants before this.

Any other Scotch guys on here? :cheers2:
 

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Me, ice tea and coffee are my "go to" drinks, but put me on the water in the hot sun and Coors Light becomes my drink of choice...unless I'm driving!
 

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I like JD and Jose! Don't feel bad. Just never really drink. Beer is in the fridge usually.. Bud light or green grenades (mickeys)
 

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Me, ice tea and coffee are my "go to" drinks, but put me on the water in the hot sun and Coors Light becomes my drink of choice...unless I'm driving!
And sweet tea, I don't see how people drink iced tea.:dunno2:
 

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First time I had sweet tea, I was on a Red Cross assignment in Louisiana. Holy crap, that stuff is way too sweet for me.
 

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Down here in Alabama the word iced tea does not exist it's either sweet or unsweetened .I remember the first time I had unsweetened tea ,i was at a jacks and I was going to get sweet tea and they had the stickers mixed up ,so I sat Down I took a sip and it tasted like lighter fluid,and you can be sure I was complaining to the employes.:ignore:
 

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What! No winos on this forum? I like a nice Portuguese Vino Verde on a hot summer day about sunset. It is slightly bubbly, (not nearly as much as Champagne) and very refreshing. A Sauvignon Blanc from the Marlborough district of New Zealand with chicken or fish, and a good California Cabernet Sauvignon with a medium rib eye steak. Chateau St. Michelle from Washington State makes a wide selection of affordable wines for everyday sipping, and I have never had one that I didn't like.:p
 

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Of course, we can't leave wine out of the equation. I myself also like a good glass of Cab, but lately have changed to Menage a Trois, made by the Folie A Deux Winery, in St. Helena, Napa County, California. As it is advertised...."it is a delightful blend based on three varietals.... Zinfandel, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon."

If you haven't tried this, I guarantee you will like it. Best of all, you can purchase this at Costco for ~ $7.50 a bottle, or like me...by the case!
 

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I myself love the homebrews, but just too damn lazy to do it myself. Kudo's to you for doing so!
 

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haha i'm in the swimming pool industry (wholesale) so i've been super lazy since April and haven't brewed... I still enjoy my Miller Lite though cuz I get ******* like that. :)
 

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I never tried Scotch before.
 

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I like JD and Jose! Don't feel bad. Just never really drink. Beer is in the fridge usually.. Bud light or green grenades (mickeys)
OK then.

And sweet tea, I don't see how people drink iced tea.:dunno2:
I drink 'tea.' Just tea. Iced usually, unsweet, and awesome.

When I hear iced tea I automatically assume it is sweet. Around here "iced tea" is either or. Unsweetened tea is horrible. Almost as bad as coffee.. yuk.
See above. I am not southern enough to enjoy sweet tea. Actually, never been a fan of sweet foods/drinks really.
 
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