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    Quote Originally Posted by Cam View Post
    Allagash Ale aged in oak barrels. Disappointing considering the hefty price. Sweet, yet with a bitter citrus taste. Difficult to describe, but not to my taste. Took a gamble and lost.
    I've got to say, I'm just not a huge fan of their stuff. But sorry about the lost gamble!
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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...and_HBC_394_cv

    It's currently fashionable to create hop-bombs using those. Hopefully the fad will go away in a few years.

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    My learnings from the last week

    Daiso have some not bad glasses for gin and tonic. Glass quality is a bit shit and they are a bit industrial but at $1:20 they’re pretty much perfect when you’re in a serviced apartment for 6 weeks

    Gin and tonic in the afternoon on a hot and humid day after work is proof god exists

    Gen Yamamoto in Tokyo is something every enthusiastic drinker should try at least once
    https://talesofthecocktail.com/desti...s-gen-yamamoto

    My new favourite cocktail bar in Tokyo is Cocktail Gastronomy in Nishi Azabu, doing some amazing things for very reasonable prices

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    Glenmorangie Sherry Cask, a sample anyways. I am not a Scotch drinker in the least(not a fan of the "bite"). I was buying some Tullemore Dew and Yuengling and noticed they had bottles on the counter for samples. First thing I told the man was "I am not a Scotch drinker" and he recommended the Sherry Cask. About as smooth as smooth can be. Then again my exposure to Scotch has only been Chivas Regal and Cutty Sark.

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    I picked up Travelers Aloha beer for the first time and was disappointed. I enjoy the Grapefruit and Jacko, so I thought the pineapple would be right up my alley. It lacks any real flavor of pineapple and is too light.

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    Couple of Munich beers, a lager and a dunkel. Pretty good. It seems Germans know how to brew a good beer.

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    Blue Moon Mango for the win. 20180707_205508.jpg

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    Got Kahlua but ran out of vodka, so my 2nd drink used gin. Damn if my “black London” isn’t better than a Black Russian.
    Oh and yes it’s 3pm on a Friday, I should go easy as my work week (Sat and Sun) are coming up fast.

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    I was in Gatlinburg, Tennessee last week. I felt that I could not go to TN without trying some whiskey. There was a local distillery, Old Smokey, near where I was staying. They make all kinds of flavoured whiskeys and I decided to try the Salty Caramel variety. It's sweet and smooth. I do not normally enjoy whiskey, so I was pleasantly surprised.

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    Gatlinburg is fun. An uncle of mine lives over the mountain in Maryville so we pass through there from time to time.

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