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    Slowpoke & Proud of It! BRADFORDBENN's Avatar
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    Originally posted by KBasa
    I had appletinis last night and I think I'm going to have to do that again tonight.

    See what you did, Brad?
    Could be worse. Jennifer now wants a refrigerator upstairs so that we do not have to go downstairs to mix up a Martini.

    So what gin would be the recommended one? Under $20 a fifth, please.
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    Originally posted by knary
    The weekend of Jan 23rd - 25th
    Drat I leave CA on Jan 20. Hmm I wonder if I can come up with an excuse.
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    Originally posted by BradfordBenn
    Could be worse. Jennifer now wants a refrigerator upstairs so that we do not have to go downstairs to mix up a Martini.

    So what gin would be the recommended one? Under $20 a fifth, please.
    I like Tanqueray 10 and regular old Bombay. There's just a little too much going on in the Sapphire stuff for me.

    I've also heard that Citadelle is especially nice, but haven't put any quality time into that one. BMW Gypsy or Moterbiker can probably better comment on those.

    For a standard gin and tonic, the Official Drink of Summer, I like regular Tanqueray or the cheapo Seagram's stuff.
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    Beefeaters isn't too bad. I've enjoyed a good Gin 'n Tonic or two made with it most any time of the year. Tanqueray just doesn't set too well with me after the first one. And there is always more than just one.

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    Originally posted by 1flyer
    Beefeaters isn't too bad. I've enjoyed a good Gin 'n Tonic or two made with it most any time of the year. Tanqueray just doesn't set too well with me after the first one. And there is always more than just one.
    Yeah, I like martinis, but they don't like me!

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