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  1. #21
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    Re: Alcohol consumption by type/country

    Quote Originally Posted by deathevocation View Post
    Definitely an acquired taste.
    Sounds like something used to torture political prisoners.

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    Re: Alcohol consumption by type/country

    Sounds kinda like scotch.
    Pete

    I hate scotch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheNovaMan View Post
    Sounds kinda like scotch.
    Ouch... That's gonna leave a mark!

    It's all good P. It just means I get more scotchy scotch scotch for me!
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    Re: Alcohol consumption by type/country

    Hence the winking smilie
    Pete

    I hate scotch.

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    Re: Alcohol consumption by type/country

    Somewhat surprised that the US out-drinks Mexico in tequila (though I guess Mexico out drinks-the US per person if I'm reading that right).

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    Re: Alcohol consumption by type/country

    Quote Originally Posted by Danger View Post
    Somewhat surprised that the US out-drinks Mexico in tequila (though I guess Mexico out drinks-the US per person if I'm reading that right).
    Theres a lot of women and middle schoolers in the US.

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    Re: Alcohol consumption by type/country

    Quote Originally Posted by portwood View Post
    All joking aside, and to be fair, tea is a different ballgame compared with other mixers such a coke. There is quite a culture surrounding tea and there are people as serious about its brewing & tasting as the bourbon crowd visiting these boards. So, its possible that matching a fine tea with a quality spirit may actually be a good drinking experience.
    I would think that someone who can decipher the bourbon and tea worlds would be somewhat of a ninja!

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    Re: Alcohol consumption by type/country

    Actually, I've navigated both those streams for quite some years now.

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    Re: Alcohol consumption by type/country

    Haha...I love both tea and bourbon. Just not together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by squire View Post
    Actually, I've navigated both those streams for quite some years now.
    Quote Originally Posted by mbroo5880i View Post
    Haha...I love both tea and bourbon. Just not together.
    Ninjas common outta da woodwork all the sudden!
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