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So what's your poison tonight?

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So what's your poison tonight?

Tonight my nightcap of choice is a Marc de Provence, Domaines Bunan Eau de vie Blanche de Marc to be precise, a Christmas present, which is washing down a nibble of South Devon Chilli Farm's spicy fruit chocolate .
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Re: So what's your poison tonight?

nice hot cup of tea.
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Re: So what's your poison tonight?

With or without a biscuit?
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Re: So what's your poison tonight?

that depends.  mostly without.
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Re: So what's your poison tonight?

Nice mug of coffee or 3.
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Re: So what's your poison tonight?

I was enjoying a nice home brewed beer, based on Burton Ale but with different aroma hops added. So nice I will probably be drinking more tonight  Cheesy
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Re: So what's your poison tonight?

I used to be exclusively coffee but my daughter has weaned me onto tea.
I still drink coffee at work but the rest of the time it's tea.....
or Guinness if I fancy something a little stronger Smiley
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Re: So what's your poison tonight?

I’d very much like it to be a glass or two of Talisker or Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban, or maybe even a bottle or two of Theakston’s Old Peculiar however (red wine’s a bit of a favourite as well), as it’s my lad’s Scouts evening in our nearby town it’s just not going to happen. I have to pick him up at 9.15 and by the time he’s home and settled it feels too late to be bothered! 
It must have been a teetotaller that thought of putting Scouts on a Friday evening
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Re: So what's your poison tonight?

@randpwar:  sounds like we should go out drinking together!  Very partial to Talisker, although Dalwhinnies is also a firm favourite.
Unfortunately, tonight I will be making a round trip from Slough to Somerset and back again.... on a Friday before bank holiday....  On the A303....  /cry
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Re: So what's your poison tonight?

you must be mad Barry A303 on Bank Holiday Monday
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I’m up for that Barry!  Cheesy
I’ve not had Dalwhinnies; I’ll have to give it a try. is it a light, smooth type of whisky?. As a rule I prefer the darker, pettier tasting whiskies though Bowmore is also nice.  I do recommend you try Glenmorangie’s Quinta Ruban; it’s not cheap, I reckon about £40 from Tesco last time we had some, but it is most certainly worth it
Have a safe journey tonight  Smiley
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Re: So what's your poison tonight?

Barry / randpwar if you both wanna come round mine at some point, we could share a we dram of  this
If not I'm sure I have a few more in my collection worth a try Cheesy
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Re: So what's your poison tonight?

Quote from: Barry
@randpwar:  sounds like we should go out drinking together!  Very partial to Talisker, although Dalwhinnies is also a firm favourite.
Unfortunately, tonight I will be making a round trip from Slough to Somerset and back again.... on a Friday before bank holiday....  On the A303....  /cry
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I may be telling my grandma to suck eggs but there's a back double from the A303 at Amesbury going through Larkhill to Shrewton, on to Chitterne, to the A36 at Heytesbury, then, depending on where in Somerset you are going, you can stick on the A36 to Warminster etc. or take the 3rd exit from the roundabout to Sutton Veny, on to the Deverills, left then right at the A360 and on to Mere.  It takes about 10 minutes longer but avoids all the slow single carriageway between Amesbury and Mere.  If the tailback at the Amesbury roundabout is bad you can go via the Solstice Park to Bulford then hang a left to Larkhill.
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I used to be exclusively coffee but my daughter has weaned me onto tea.

I thought you drank Horlicks at night?
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Re: So what's your poison tonight?

Indeed I do Josie but not throughout the day Smiley
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