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  1. #27
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    Originally posted by billva
    has anyone tried Absynthe?
    70%, have 2 shots of anything else and enjoy them,
    ab taste like crap

  2. #28
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    Damn! You should have brought some along with you when we had lunch

    Sounds like Ouzo on steroids.
    Government is a disease...
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  3. #29
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    Uzo isn't so bad Robo... Or should one say... it's rather good. Just a hi-test liqorice tasting elixir.

    Not like the mind expanding rendition that Outside Rep dished out.

    I'd say one of the worst of the best drinks I've endured was... crappy beer I made. Fun drinking it with buddies on a motorcycle trip... yeasty at best... and had us whining like hand spanked puppies for the better part of three days.

    Thing is... I remember the flavour and wish I could repeat it... but have not met with sucess in over 15 years.

    I still say that that Mezcal (burnt cork) tasting tequila or whatever... was the worst I felt as an oxygen using mortal.... I'd rather a electric pencil engraved rendition of the statue of liberty tattoo'd on each eyeball first, before I go through THAT Cinderella Dance again!!!
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  4. #30
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    I like Ouzo, or however it's spelled

    I really like the flavor of licorice. Problem is that I will get sick real fast with any cordial types of drinks like that.

    Another one I really like the taste of is Jaggermeister. That Vick's Formula 44 flavor is one of my favorites.
    Government is a disease...
    ...masquerading as its own cure…
    Ecclesiastes 10:2 NIV


  5. #31
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    I was 18 years old as a Canadian Soldier posted in Germany in 1978... and my first exposure to "Yaggy" Jaggermyster... was pretty damned dynamic! Woke up in 'sick bay'... they were ready to send me back to Canada on then next Military flight... Thought I 'coded' on the table... MAN... WAS THAT FUN!!!!!!
    Teach the apprentices right... and learn from their questions and ideas.

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