I have an excuse, I am German and it's still October.Having just read the thread through, I must admit it is, to my knowledge, the first in BenzWorld history of more than one page in which there are no disagreements, no shill "callings-out", no flames whatsoever, not even an ember.
I think we're all drunk.
I once enjoyed a HUGE and FREE glass of Sempe' 1947 armagnac in their hospitality suite. First year they were able to bottle after those dastardly German tourists took their beach towels off all the sunbeds and went home. The drive back to my parents' home in Mirande is best not discussed. Hic.Fun fact:
Anybody ever tried to drink 120 year old cognac?... you can't.
Someone gave me this a couple summers ago and I’ve found it’s excellent when paired with a robust cigar.Laphroaig 30
Did you try closing the blinds? Works for me:smile..snip.
Even though I grew up around my fathers construction business, where literally everyone consumed alcohol during working hours, I have a lifelong dislike against drinking alcohol as long as there is still day light.
None of my parents or relatives drank, so I really don't know where that comes from, just lucky i guess :grin
Hey, don't knock cork stoppers, especially those in single malt bottles.^ for the millenials no doubt, because hoisting a glass is just so much hard work... And they can't figure out the cork stoppers in those bottle thingies... so twentieth century