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Discussion in 'Other Genres' started by Herman, May 28, 2010.
It's beer, unfortunately the lights were off, by the way Brand is not my favourite beer.
I couldn't decide which, so .....
I think he's satisfied with this drink....
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my bitter half
E-PL2 & Leica/Panasonic 45mm ƒ2.8
Paulaner Oktoberfest by RedTail_Panther, on Flickr
A gin and tonic in the Post Bar at the Fullerton Hotel in Singapore
Okay, my favorite is actually gin, but here's one I shot for a Ukrainian Vodka maker here in town...
I actually prefer more exotic tequilas, but I usually stay within my budget....
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My favorite is the one in my hand.
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Negroni. Biltmore Estate deck. November 2011.
Canon FD 50mm 1.4 on E-P3
When I first read the title of the thread, I thought it was very specific, envisioning those drinks you light on fire..
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A No frills drink. You only need to whistle after a shot
Half liter, GF2+14
We are both born in same town and beer was my mother's milk
always a vodka gimlet with a little extra lime. admittedly, this one is made with gin.
of course an ocean view and a bonfire at sunset doesn't hurt the situation.
Considering the number of drinks I had that night, I think everything was looking out of focus like the background.
Calvados. My favorite tipple.
The distillate of the fruit of knowledge, and therefore the essence of all mankind's hope and sorrow.
Actually an apple brandy from Normandy where it comes in various grades from XO to industrial solvent. This bottle is a reasonable one being a reserve, having sat in a barrel for 3 years.