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What does C&V drink? Adult beverage wise now?

Old 12-27-20, 04:48 PM
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Pendleton 1910 12-year old Rye, Punt y Mes, Black Walnut bitters. It's a deep drink.
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More of the wine I shipped back from Rabasse Charavin, this one a Cote du Rhone from the ‘plain of God’. 14 years old and still drinking well. If you can’t make French fender day, then this is a good substitute....

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Very, very tasty

and we’re listening to this

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Been enjoying bourbon the past few years. My current favorite: Woodford Reserve Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey. This thread has reminded me that I need to restock!

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Most recent cans.


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I took a few month detour into Gin & Tonics... back to bourbon old fashioneds. With Makers 46.
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