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There is nothing okay about Klaus Florian Vogt singing Parsifal. Or any Wagner. No.
It's worth noting that the customer didn't order that gadget. http://www.projectcartoon.com/cartoon/3
@Baldr The natives are restless, time for an analog 2 write-up! ;D (pretty please)
How does the RBG lighting fit into it?
Speaking of Dutch gin, Breuckelen makes a a very nice gin but I prefer Greenhook for martinis, worth seeking out, both from Brooklyn.
I'll take my answer to this thread.
The upgrade sure cannot be the same but I figure the Gumby will have it's own on it's own level.
Aaahh. Inspired by the thread.....I mean music! That's it.
I believe gin is the consequence of a not exact jenever immitation by the british
I have quite a collection of little Dutch buildings filled with Bols from flying KLM which the grandkids use in building Christmas villages and I’ve never bothered to crack one open. Half are empty due to flying to the Middle East but I have no idea what it tastes like. I’ll have to remedy that.
I just love those! I collected a pretty good-sized village.
True story. I was grilling a leg of lamb on a rotisserie and had made the fire a little hotter than I should have and my attention wandered as I was sipping a gin and tonic. The dripping fat had ignited and flames were licking the lamb, so I poured my G&T on the lamb and the fire was quelled enough to resume cooking.
The slight char and while mild, the astringency of the juniper and the bitterness of the quinine perfectly complimented the richness of the lamb. I was hailed as genius.
Is that like a European gumbo....?
I hate it but you're right again.
The Single Malt in a little bell glass and 1 or 2 drops of water will open it up real nice.
Perfect glass for Grappa too.
The perfect receptacle for jungle juice......................
The Tulip-shaped glass is good but I prefer the Glencairn whisky glass.