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The Dumbass Lounge>Drink of choice tonight? PART DEUX
scho63 02:50 PM 08-20-2014
The original thread has been locked so here we go again! :-)

http://www.chiefsplanet.com/BB/showthread.php?t=118490

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My brother turned me onto this wine and it's a great Sauvignon Blanc for $10
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vailpass 09:57 PM 09-13-2014
Originally Posted by The God Hypothesis:
What was the defining moment?
Of course, I don't drink any less...
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Kidd Lex 10:25 PM 09-13-2014
Originally Posted by vailpass:
Of course, I don't drink any less...
:-) thank god, can't have you judging upinhur

Just switched to a fancy concoction of water and crown
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bevischief 11:14 PM 09-13-2014
I don't fly sober....
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bevischief 11:22 PM 09-13-2014
I so hate flying...
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vailpass 11:41 PM 09-13-2014
A real woman could keep you from drinking...
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Dallas Chief 11:49 PM 09-13-2014
Moscow Mules
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bsroyals54 12:05 AM 09-14-2014
jack and coke

blue moon belgian white for my beer :-)
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scho63 06:41 AM 09-14-2014
Originally Posted by The God Hypothesis:
Belvedere Vodka, fresh squeezed lemon juice, soda water, roses lime juice

Refreshing and zero forecast of hangover
Very nice end of summer drink! :-)
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lewdog 12:44 PM 09-14-2014
I have been reading about a drink called Sangrita (yes, not Sangria). Good paired with tequila supposedly. Serve shot of both to sip on together and it's supposed to enhance the flavor of tequila and cleanse palate between sips.

Originally Posted by :
Authentic sangrita from the Lake Chapala region of Jalisco is made with Seville orange, lime and pomegranate juices, with chili powder or hot sauce added for heat. However, most modern sangrita recipes (particularly outside of Jalisco) have mistakenly attributed the red appearance of the drink to tomato juice instead of the chile powder. While some would argue that there is no set rule on what sangrita should contain, as the main ingredient, it is commonly considered by older residents of Jalisco that tomato and particularly branded recipes such as the "Clamato" mix stem from uninformed efforts to recreate the drink due to its growing popularity. It can feature a blend of orange, lime, tomato and/or pomegranate juices, or pomegranate-based grenadine with the addition of something spicy (hot sauce or fresh/dried chile), and sometimes white onion and salt.

A variation on a basic traditional recipe:

1 oz. freshly squeezed orange juice
3/4 to 1 oz. freshly squeezed lime juice
1/2 oz. real pomegranate-based grenadine
1/4 tsp. ancho chile powder or 3 dashes hot sauce
1-2 slices jalapeņo
A basic tomato based recipe (non-traditional)

2 parts freshly squeezed tomato juice
1 part freshly squeezed orange juice
1/2 part freshly squeezed lime juice
Fresh minced green chile to taste
Mexico City style Sangrita:

5 parts tomato juice
2 parts fresh lime juice
1 part orange juice
Seasoned with a combination of Jugo Maggi, Salsa Valentina, Worcestershire and Tabasco(original) sauce to taste.
http://www.foodrepublic.com/2011/06/10/sangrita-recipe
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GloryDayz 12:56 PM 09-14-2014
Whatever it is I hope I blackout before the Chiefs game kicks-off...
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vailpass 01:32 PM 09-14-2014
I admit to being slightly disappointed nobody picked up on my "Arthur" reference. Guess I picked a bad day to stop sniffing glue...
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Easy 6 01:36 PM 09-14-2014
Vodka on the rocks with a lemon squeeze, trying to dull the inevitable pain today will bring.
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vailpass 02:09 PM 09-14-2014
Gran Dovejo margs. Eases the disgrace of wearing a t shirt in the pool...
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lewdog 02:11 PM 09-14-2014
Originally Posted by vailpass:
Gran Dovejo margs. Eases the disgrace of wearing a t shirt in the pool...
Covering your moobs???
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vailpass 02:12 PM 09-14-2014
Originally Posted by lewdog:
Covering your moobs???
Heh, maybe some day. New tattoo...
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