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Old 08-12-2011, 12:45 PM   #251
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Hmm there definitively something wrong with this trhead.. I can't edit it after posting it 30 seconds after.. I mean 1.5oz of Cold water and the Rum was chilled in the fridge for quite a while. But enjoying it now.
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Old 08-12-2011, 12:52 PM   #252
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2 Oz Clement Creole Shrub (A delectable Orange ++ made from Rhum Agricole)
3 OZ Cava -Spanish Sparkling Wine

So delicious, so simple.
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Old 08-12-2011, 01:02 PM   #253
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You mixed the Rum and the Wine together? Interesting!
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Old 08-12-2011, 03:25 PM   #254
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Yes.. i am quite fond of classical cocktail construction and of course utilizing Rum as a base is the true foundation of all cocktails.
Wines in their various forms are an exceptional modifier (or secondary flavor) in cocktails.
Some of the more famous 'classic' (Pre-prohibition) Rum cocktails utilize wine (or aromatized/fortified wine. For Example: El Presedente, Blue Boy, Archbishop, Rum Royale, Air Mail, Barracuda, Sevilla, etc.
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Old 08-13-2011, 10:28 PM   #255
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Well, just so it doesn't go to waste, I've been drinking 1.oz of Cruzan 9 with 1.oz of 7up (well the generic equivalent) and 1oz of Water and it tastes like Chocolate or a hot fudge.. very good.

Now I'm on the same mix but with Sailor Jerry Navy Spiced, not as good.. With the rest of Sailor Jerry.. it'll be in competition with Cruzan 9 for the Rum and Coke contest for me.. Maybe it'll be time for me to say goodbye to the Hullagirls... but that's going to be for another night as I've got a good buzz going now.
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Taking a break tonight from my recent addiction to Rhum Agricole and T Punches. Sipping El Dorado 12 over an ice cube. I can't describe the flavors as others here have so eloquently stated, so I'll just say its luscious.
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Luscious is perfect. well played...
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Old 08-14-2011, 12:50 AM   #258
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Well, just so it doesn't go to waste
Indeed. . .
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That bottle is looking rather empty...
Don't worry, there's already another, waiting to be cracked open
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Lesist,

What kind of glass is in the photo? Like it?
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