What are you drinking?

One of the great things about the internet is that the community can often provide just as much insight and valuable input as any blogger. There’s so much out there to try and enjoy, I simply can’t keep up with it. So maybe if we share what we’ve all been drinking, we might be able to pass on a few suggestions along the way! Maybe you’re even taking a break from the beer, and you’re sipping a whiskey, enjoying a pinot noir, or a some oolong tea.

So I ask you two simple questions:

1. What are you drinking?

2. What do you think of it?

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5 Responses to What are you drinking?

  1. jtlight says:

    It’s bourbon tonight! Elijah Craig 12 year.

    It’s a slap in the face when you breathe in the vapors, and then you get the smooth sweetness. It’s delicious.

  2. Adrienne S. says:

    Oh man. I have been drinking this German Wine, and it’s SO delicious.
    The label says:
    Josef Drathen, Oppenheimer Krötenbrunnen, Müller-Thurgau, Qualitätswein b. A.

    Anyway, it’s a sweet white wine, that I just love. It’s made here in Germany on the Rhine river! 🙂 I literally get all giddy when I get to drink it! It’s such a treat!

  3. Jim Smith says:

    Tullamore Dew, which has quickly become my new favorite whiskey of all time. It’s the only whiskey that I know of where I can take a shot or sip it on the rocks and it still has a great flavor. Moreover, I can drink way too much and wake up without a hangover at all. It pairs quite nicely with a McSorley’s Irish Black Lager for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

  4. Dan Smith says:

    Maisel’s Weisse (Aus Bayreuth [of Bavaria]) Original (Original Hefe-Weissbier). This isn’t your Grandma’s Hefe. It’s has a gorgeous amber color smells of yeast and carmel. The well balanced flavor is complex enough to keep it interesting. Sweet on the front end, tart on the middle and a little hops to finish off the taste. My favorite part of this beer has to be the palate! This beer has a great feeling while it’s in your mouth.

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