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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe View Post
    Which reminds me of the joke from my childhood of how Dean Martin saw an advert saying 'Drink Canada Dry' and decided to accept the challenge.
    And he gave it an honest try!

    Russell

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    I'm Martin.

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    I didnt think the rat pack were known for sobriety

    Back to the gins I will probably end up back on the cheaper stuff or with one main flavour like rhubarb.

    I cant honestly taste all the exotic botanicals with tonic and I dont drink it neat. I think it all gets a bit hyped and pricey when a cheaper gin still hits a spot. Ive just tried the elderflower tonic which can overwhelm any other taste

    The rhubarb and ginger is a particular favourite. I think its about a refreshing drink with just a bit of an alcohol kicker

    If Im on the neat stuff, I like a brandy.

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    My latest favorite tipple.



    Was at my brothers last night and after scything through most of a bottle of Glenfiddich Winter Storm he produced the Opihr, which i have to say is up there with the nicest Gins iíve had (not that the winter storm was bad). Iím drinking it with orange slices instead of lemon.
    Just perfect!
    Bit of a bargain if iím honest at £18 at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by InThe Sticks View Post
    My latest favorite tipple.



    Was at my brothers last night and after scything through most of a bottle of Glenfiddich Winter Storm he produced the Opihr, which i have to say is up there with the nicest Gins iíve had (not that the winter storm was bad). Iím drinking it with orange slices instead of lemon.
    Just perfect!
    Bit of a bargain if iím honest at £18 at the moment.
    Agreed, but Opihr is best with Fever Tree Aromatic tonic (the pink one) - trust me!
    Adam.

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    I'm not normally a big gin lover, but one of my favourite country pubs locally has now installed its own copper Gin still, used to produce their own house gin, called 'The Lady Dee', which is just stunning and nothing like I've ever tasted before:





    Makes a rather nice feature in the bar, doesn't it?

    And here's the liquor in the flesh:



    Marco.
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