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secret santa THANK YOU

would like to thank my secret santa for the bottle of laphroig, the stogie, and the matched pair of aged rib eyes (shipped fresh, no less).

i thought the limit was 20 bucks. i hope you are happy with the potholders i sent. they were nearly brand new, too.

thank you again. enjoying the cigar and scotch after a fine dinner of steak.

i hope you pick my name next year too

Comments

  • Aaaaawwwwwwww

    Even your wife wouldn't be that nice to you!
  • FidelFidel Posts: 10,172
    A true love would have sent you Balvenie. Laphroaig is like sucking on a burnt sponge that sopped up salty bog water. ;)
  • FlaPoolmanFlaPoolman Posts: 11,675
    I like salty bog water ,,, but then I drink bud :P
  • Laphroaig - West coast Single Malt - Too "Peaty" like many from the west coast - like sucking on Cowboy Lump

    Balvenie, Knockando - Smooth

    McCallums - 18 year - real smooth, 25 year is like gold
  • Clay QClay Q Posts: 4,435
    :ohmy: :pinch: :sick:
  • Having traced my roots back to that area of Scotland, I thought maybe I should try Laphroaig. You're right, tastes like lump made from peat. Couldn't have been MY ancestors who invented it.

    Spring "Got A Lump In My Throat" Chicken
    Spring Texas USA
  • laphroig is very phenolic. like the taste of a billiard ball, like from a ball gag.

    i mean, from what i hear, anyway.
  • a real man finds merit in all scotches. except the cheap crap i bought last night! 10 yr glenmorangie.

    was like cheap vodka with an orange crayon dipped in it.
    hahaha

    i like the peaty, smokey stuff. hell, i like mosst of them. like women. sure, there are some more attractive than others, but at the end of the day, a woman is beautiful in her own right.
  • FidelFidel Posts: 10,172
    I never said it wasn't a good scotch...but it is certainly not for the scotch novice or the faint of heart.
  • fishlessmanfishlessman Posts: 22,739
    once i tasted the macallan 18 year old single malt, the search ended, that stuff is too good. :) i dont want to try the 25 year old stuff, B) sometimes its not good to know what your missing :laugh:
  • fishlessman,

    You got that right. I learned some lessons with good Port a few years ago. Can't spend less than 100 on a jug now.

    Steve

    Steve 

    Caledon, ON

     

  • i hand you a line like "tastes like a ball gag" and that is your response?

    tsk tsk tsk.

    first, CW tees one up for you in asking for a name for his 'Q, and you respond with (GASP!) actual frikkin solid business advice. then this.

    please don't tell me you have stopped drinking at work now too.
  • fishlessmanfishlessman Posts: 22,739
    yep, ports are one of those that i capped off at about 60 bucks and didnt dare go higher. :laugh: i try to stay out of that section as much as possible unless im making a quick matues run. im no wino and i dont consider port to be a wine
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