What's your favorite cold weather Nip?

Discussion in 'Spey Clave' started by SpeySpaz, Oct 31, 2008.

  1. SpeySpaz still an authority on nothing

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    This is the time of year to consider flask contents carefully.
    A new acquaintance offered me nip from his flask last week and it had ouzo in it:thumb: oh yeah-said he had just changed over from single malt in honor of fall. Good call.

    I like Irish whiskey but am curious about what others in the pages might suggest or what their current preferences are.

    You might ask, why is this string not marked NFR? :D come ON...of course it's FR. It's one of the tweediest parts of our little subculture.
  2. KEM Member

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    I don't know about you boys but I personally like to fill my flask up with blow job shots.
  3. Jergens AKA Joe Willauer

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    big fan of slippery nipple shots myself, mmmmmmmm jesus!
  4. Jeremy Floyd fly fishing my way through life

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    Grand Marnier or Rogue River Brewery dark rum both make great flask fillers.
  5. KEM Member

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    Luke (LBC) just logged onto my account and said that last comment...homo! Luke just doesn't know when to give up.
  6. Ryan Buccola I ain't broke but brother I am badly bent

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    Oh come on KEM...likely story!
  7. Big Tuna Member

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    Balvini (sp.) single malt if my brother is buying and Bushmills if I'm buying.
  8. Jason Wood Guest

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    Wild Turkey...period, the end.
  9. the_trout_bum ifish

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    acquired a fifth of 27 yr old crown royal. peeerrrrfect. smoothest whiskey ive ever had, a complete opposite from your run of the mill bottle of crown off the shelves. match a flask of that to the cheek full of kodiak, and im too buzzed and numb to feel cold:thumb:
  10. Charles Sullivan dreaming through the come down

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    I quit drinking hard liquor about 10 years ago. Beer and wine only now. I didn't do it for me. I did it for all of you!

    resign 33,
    cds
  11. Rob C Banned or Parked

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    Johnny walker blue lable. enuff said
  12. Ryan Buccola I ain't broke but brother I am badly bent

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    jack daniels poured in to the copenhagen tin....yummie!
  13. Ed Call Mumbling Moderator

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    I guess I have to get myself a flask and something to put inside it. I used to hit some Aretimi Honey Rum from Las Islas Canarias, great for snowboarding, would be great for fishing too.
  14. devon flyfisher Member

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    Sloe gin...unbeatable on a cold day.
    Cheers!
    Richard
  15. fredaevans Active Member

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    Rogue River Brewery dark rum?

    Their beer(s) I know, but a dark rum???:beer1:
  16. Salmon Chaser Wannabe Spey God

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    Glenlivit or Oban, depends on the $$flow at weeks end
    Salmon Chaser
  17. wolverine Member

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    Dekuyper peach brandy for WA. If on the holy waters of BC its 18 yr old Glenmorangie single malt scotch.
  18. 2nd That Wild Turky:thumb:
  19. Ed Call Mumbling Moderator

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    My father in law nips on Makers Mark. He left some here after his last trip out. I guess it is an acquired taste that I have not yet acquired.
  20. Jergens AKA Joe Willauer

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    Canada's finest, R&R