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Old 02-14-2011, 12:17 AM   #1
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Gin can be excellent in mixed drinks, in my estimation. I'm more of a Scotch guy, though.
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I prefer vodka with tonic. Recently I decided to switch to see if maybe I would like gin instead. (I thought I liked them both equally.) I've only finished about a quarter of the bottle, but no, I still prefer vodka. Of course I could try some different brands I suppose. But then again, I think gin gives me a headache the next day.
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I prefer vodka with tonic. Recently I decided to switch to see if maybe I would like gin instead. (I thought I liked them both equally.) I've only finished about a quarter of the bottle, but no, I still prefer vodka. Of course I could try some different brands I suppose. But then again, I think gin gives me a headache the next day.
And it tastes like pine needles.
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And it tastes like pine needles.
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It tastes pretty good, and it's a racist term for indigenous Australian women.
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She seems to be operating a motor vehicle without the proper footwear. This, I must say from experience, is not a very smart thing to do.
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gin & tonic is my favourite mixed drink. It's delicious and you don't get nasty sugar breath or gut rot. Yum
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gin & tonic is my favourite mixed drink. It's delicious and you don't get nasty sugar breath or gut rot. Yum
G&T with lots of lime--nice and sour on a hot, sunny day:

Love Gin. Hendrick's, specifically. But really, even whatever crap they have on tap at a bar is still pretty good (unlike shit vodkas or whiskeys).

I've been wanting to cure salmon in it. I think the pine-y flavor would be great with salmon.
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I've been wanting to cure salmon in it. I think the pine-y flavor would be great with salmon.
This has never occurred to me before. Sounds like a solid idea
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