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Old 07-31-2015, 11:26 PM   #201
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We are currently at the rally in Tennessee, and are just finishing up our beer tasting event! I have found some amazing brews!!!


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Old 08-27-2015, 06:32 PM   #202
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Margarita-me!

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199 posts! Is anybody still sober?
Love this thread!
This is what I typically drink while camping:
Costco Tequila (it's actually really good)
Tres Agave Margarita Mix. Now, this stuff is rather pricey but it is the BEST mixer, in my opinion. I can't stand the over-the-top-sugary margarita mixers. This has just the right blend of sugar and lime.

I pour out the mix into another container, pour tequila in to desired mark and pour the mix back in (70/30 does the trick quite nicely - that's 70% tequila - mama likes her drinks strong). Then I just take the ONE bottle of pre-mixed margaritas on board with ice and .....away we go!
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Old 08-27-2015, 09:11 PM   #203
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My wife likes 4 ounces of lemonade, 2 ounces of ginger rail, 1 1/4 ounces Jim beam with honey, and a half ounce of blackberry Monin. Topped with a lemon slice and a large BlackBerry over ice.
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Old 08-27-2015, 09:26 PM   #204
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What do you make of this ? hint: its in the goblet between the 2 bottles.
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Old 10-20-2015, 07:00 PM   #205
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Well....a mixed drink consist of fine TEXAS whiskey (yes Texas) and 2 drops of spring water...on hot day maybe an ice cube...oh ya, a Cuban Upmann always adds a fine touch.
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Happy Trails to all you Snow Birds
To the rest of us there's the winter to develop our mixed drink portfolio we can share at the beginning of 2016 RV season.
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Old 07-25-2016, 02:30 PM   #206
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I know this thread is almost a year old, but I'd like to share two great summer evening sippin' drinks.

First is the Paloma, it's kinda like a margarita but made with grapefruit juice (or soda)
Fill a glass with ice
2oz tequila
1oz grapefruit juice
3/4oz lime juice
1/2oz simple syrup
1oz club soda

OR the easier way...

Fill a glass with ice
2oz Tequila
Squeeze and drop a lime wedge
top off with grapefruit soda (Squirt, Fresca, Jarritos)

Second drink is called Red Water:
Cranberry juice, 7-up, Vodka
Thats it, just play with the mix until you have the taste you want. Start with a 50/50 mix of the cranberry and 7-up then adjust each up or down to get the sweetness level you prefer.
Add in a couple OZs of vodka (I recommend Titos) and you are done.

Either of these drinks are very nice to sip in the evening after a 100 degree day.
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Old 07-25-2016, 03:00 PM   #207
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Those sound great!
I forgot about this thread!
Last week, we hade Mules. I am in love with the whole copper mug! Icy cold, sweaty mug!


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Those sound great!
I forgot about this thread!
Last week, we hade Mules. I am in love with the whole copper mug! Icy cold, sweaty mug!


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Peach mules are great too!
Peach vodka, ginger beer, and a little lime.
A person could hurt themselves on those things!
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Old 07-25-2016, 04:20 PM   #209
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This is a great Thread enjoyed reading them all...
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Was introduced to this evening delight while camping last week...didn't have a name but it was "wicked good".
16oz beer glass
begin by crushing 2 slices of fresh picked cucumber in the bottom of the glass add ice then 2 1/2 oz of Hendrick gin ( must be Hendrick due to the botanicals) top off with Black Seal ginger beer add a cucumber spear. Sit back and enjoy.
The ingredients are now part of the TT's inventory...We leave tomorrow for a week at Normandy Farm, Foxboro, MA.
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