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Mmmmm scotch, I like scotch

Scotchy scotchy scotch

Down in my belly.

-Anchorman Ron Burgundy

 

Bowmore 18 Year Old, or Balvenie Double Cask. No ice required though. Neat.

 

Kevin McCormick

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Lagavulin for me... or at least it was until the price went waaay up. Any Islay single malt will work - neat is good, but the tiniest splash of water in it helps the subtle flavours come out.

 

Speaking of, there's a glass of McClellan's Islay single malt sitting beside me right now - probably the cheapest single malt one can buy. Research tells me it's very young Bowmore. Certainly not the top shelf, but not total swill either :D

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

... and no, I'm not flying anything in the near future, so no lectures :P

 

D.

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My job is done here. The shot of amber rum over ice last night with lime and coke was awesome. Nothing wrong with a good drink and a key board.PS Corey I enjoy your adds for crew keep up the good work. Steve

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Some of the places I've been to over the years I could only wish for a cowboy boot to mix a drink in!!!! Haul the rod out of your *** and try laughing makes ya feel good in side....

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Been in more than one camp where the most used term was easy on the coke you can have as much rum as you want. that was a saying that a fixed wing engineer used regularly.

 

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Most camps I've been to of late are bone dry. Seen a couple guys get bounced out for sneaking in a mickey or a six-pack... What'S this world coming to ??? :rolleyes:

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The last time I was in a bush camp (1982 ..SEBJ ) the tavern was open 7am to 9am and 7pm to 9 pm depending of what shift you were on.........but I do remember some people of taking advantage of both.

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