If you have both on hand, try putting a shot of Campari into a pint of light beer with a squeeze of lime. Surprisingly great.>>11721
Made a pitcher of cold brewed coffee recently so that's on the menu for the next 5 days or something
pls tell me how to make such a thing for myself if you can, pls thank you
Yeah sure. You need some kind of coffee sack or bag made from cheese cloth material that will hold the coffee grounds and a pitcher/container. Well, you can also soak the coffee grounds directly in water, but then you need to go through the hassle of straining it afterward. Coarse ground coffee is the ideal for cold brew, but I think regular works too. I use a 1:4 ratio of coffee grounds to water. So for 1 cup of coffee, you use 4 cups of water. You let the coffee soak in the water for 24 hours refrigerated. Afterward, remove the coffee sack and that's it, easy cold brew coffee concentrate to last you the whole week. Generally you dilute this 1:1 with water when you actually make something to drink. Some people go 1:1 with hot water to drink it hot, but that seems off to me so I've never done it.
kombucha tastes like shit.
this evening/night it's green tea with honey and milk, v v tasty :3>>12062
me making the pizza my in freezer rn is on u, i was trying to tell myself not to make it cuz i have fed myself (too) well lately, but with the pic appetite wins
have u tried distillation yet? homebrew often tends to taste too much of yeast, that might help ^-^ sadly never got areound to distilling my banana wine, which both smelled and tasted like puke thanx to the yeast…
forgot to note the vodka lole
pic just smth random i found searching for reb and vodka hoping i'd find the <<-vodka->> written by dylann…
Well, things have changed in three years.
For better or worse, hell if I know.
The biggest question on my mind is why the time accelerates so much as you get older.
Oh my lawd my fellow thirsty sushies
Lawd have merrcy
I expect to come into some birthday monies soon, and I am so going to splurge on some whiskies when the time comes around, so to my query here,
which is the best bang for the buck whisky you've ever drank? I'm looking for lotsa tips so I can choose carefully what to getsa
Try some nice single malt scotch if you never have before
Here's a cool chart I found
I'd suggest Ardbeg 10 because that was my personal gateway whisky, though it's extremely smoky and that just doesn't work for everyone. Maybe try hitting up one of the better bars in your area and sampling a few options to see what you really want?
Take that back desu
white claw and bud light lime
i drink too much
i wish i could stop
Drinking is against my beliefs.
What kind of people post here? I drink a lot and I don't really feel like I'm a 'conmfy' person. But it seems a lot of people reply to this thread too.
i work from home 40-50 hours a week then have a family to deal with on top of that.
every once in a while i have a beer to take the edge off. then i post about being depressed here. nothing about this feels very comfy.
Two buck chuck Merlot. Pretty good actually.
>>12455>Two buck chuck
I got those at Trader Joes once, but I think it was the Cabernet? It was pretty good though, especially for the price.
I dig most of their wines honestly (atleast as well as I like the type of wine in general). pairs devently well with foods, dont feel bad if I have more than a single glass a night because a case is 12$ lol. Their cab is decent yea, I like the red blend the best.
Whiskey tonic. Never had one before, but it's a really enjoyable drink. I'll make it again for sure, as I'm more of a whiskey person than a gin person.
But water goes in toilets! You wouldn't drink out of a toilet, would you?
I bought some Mead from a local(ish) brewery last week, and ive been sipping on it since. The only distinction this type has is that its brewed with beer yeast (whatever that means). It honestly tastes a lot like wine, which im not much of a fan off, but smoother and sweeter. Its really sweet at first, but on the swallow you get a lot of the yeasty-beer flavor.
I love mead. Is it sweet or dry? I've had meads that are on both ends of the extreme, from almost no sweetness at all to sweet like a port wine. But I think I prefer somewhere in the middle
Its a nice mix of the two, pretty mild over all. Sweet when you sip it, but dry after the swallow.
why would you assume I wouldn't?
Water is water.
Whiskey from a local distillery. It's pretty good for sipping, gonna see how I like it in cocktails tomorrow.
What cocktails are you going to try?
The whiskey cocktails I enjoy the most are a Manhattan, a Whiskey Sour, and a Boulevardier, probably in that order. Definitely I'll try those!
mom used to make this for me as a kid all the time
I assume it's "sleepytime" because it's caffeine free? idk
I guess. Herbal tea is usually caffeine free though? idk either
I was so disappointed in Celestial Seasonings apple one, I love apple blossoms and I've had apple blossom tea before and it was good but theirs tasted like eating a candle.
I think sleepytime is just this brand’s way of communicating that it’s a caffeine-free tea that is supposed to de-stress you.
It doesn't look like this has any but apparently chamomile isn't a proper tea by the traditional definition, and can help aid in getting good sleep, and just knocking you out in general.
I got some dragonfruit and raspberry cider from some kind of hipsterey craft beer store. It's really good, you can actually taste the dragonfruit in there which I wasn't expecting.
Can find some really nice stuff when you explore different places and drinks. As a kid I remember rhubarb was really sour, and you had to sweeten it with sugar, but the rhubarb flavored tonics and ciders that I've had have been really sweet.
Wanted to make a flaming hot toddy, but I didn't have whisky on hand, so I used Bacardi 151. 0/10, would absolutely recommend. Very warming, very sharp. If you like not enjoying your drink at all, try it out. Let it burn, though, you're going to need that alcohol weakened.
Lately, I've been drinking a lot of Ostfriesentee, a type of black tea popular in East Frisia, with milk and sugar.