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Old 10-22-2011, 11:05 PM   #71
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I couldn't find the post where someone mentioned Citrus Vodka and Tea. I tried the Citrus Vodka last night and WOW was it good! Almost *too* much citrus! I had it in my mix of 50/50 Ocean Spray CranGrape and Ocean Spray Blueberry. It was absolutely delicious!
i think that might have been me. try with the iced tea, very refreshing. i use crystal lite iced tea. no caffeine or sugar.
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Old 10-22-2011, 11:14 PM   #72
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i think that might have been me. try with the iced tea, very refreshing. i use crystal lite iced tea. no caffeine or sugar.
I certainly will! Its good to hear you're feeling a bit better! I hope you feel even better in the morning! Have a great sleep!
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Old 10-30-2011, 12:51 AM   #74
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Well, I am far from being a Yuppie. I like a can of ice cold Miller Lite, 12oz. not 10oz., so I know I am not a redneck.

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Old 10-30-2011, 04:11 AM   #75
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I am a Strongbow addict I'm afraid! Cider is one of my great pleasures in life!
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Old 10-30-2011, 11:19 AM   #76
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Funny you mentioned it, Simon, Clamato makes a great Bloody Caesar. Better than a Bloody Mary.

I don't usually drink beer, but when we're in Mexico, nothing is finer than an icy Sol with a wedge of lime squeezed in it.
I quite enjoy a Bloody Caesar, but Clamato TM has MSG, so I don't drink it. I have found some store brand tomato/clam juices that don't have MSG, so now I can have them again.

Another really nice variation on a Bloody Mary is a Bloody Maria: just substitute tequila for the vodka. And there is also the bloody granola: substitute V8 juice for the tomato juice Or even a Virgin Mary or Virgin Caesar (also known as a "bloody shame" ), if I'm driving.
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That is one fine tasting drink. I keep a bottle of it in the Bar fridge all the time. I like to sip it while I read before bed. It helps me relax and sleep. Maybe it's the Alcohol/Milk Enzymes thing. A double whammy!
I find that they keep changing the recipe and there can be more or fewer weird chemicals. I don't like it as much when it's full of weird chemicals. I swear, it doesn't taste as good.

I can only drink one of those. After one it gets too sweet and cloying.

Anyone who likes Bailey's should try Amarula.

Both of those are good in a cup of coffee.
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Old 10-30-2011, 07:14 PM   #78
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These days, I tend towards white vermouth. I'll happily drink one glass of red or white wine before a meal, and who knows how many with the meal, but after the meal, wine starts to disagree with me. The vermouth doesn't. BTW, red wine goes well with chocolate, so I sometimes have it with dessert.
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Old 10-30-2011, 08:40 PM   #80
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I usually have coffee with chocolate after dinner. Red wine sounds interesting, I will try it next time for a change.
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