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  1. #1 What is your favorite adult beverage for the Holidays.... 
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    Mine is Galliano. Pricey compared to beer, but what the hell. A hundred bucks for 3 bottles for Thanksgiving (375ml), Christmas (750ml), and New Years (750ml) is worth it.



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    A good cup of coffee.
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    Class 6 store at Belvoir had a sale going. $43 per 750 ML bottle. That's less than most places get for the 12-year-old scotch, and there's no tax.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Odysseus View Post
    Class 6 store at Belvoir had a sale going. $43 per 750 ML bottle. That's less than most places get for the 12-year-old scotch, and there's no tax.

    If I was still drinking that is what I would be having.
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    Coca Cola. I like those holiday cokes even though people confuse them for diet.

    Oh yeah, adult beverage. Put some rum in it.
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    Beaujolais Noveau. It's fresh red french wine without any preservatives. It's only good for a couple of months, but it is a good red wine that tastes good with turkey.
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    I make champagne punch in huge quantities for our annual Christmas party:

    2 bottles champagne
    1 cup cognac
    1 cup orange liqueur (Cointreau or Triple Sec)

    Last year I went through eight bottles of champagne, to give you an idea; my book club was devouring the alcohol-soaked fruit at the bottom of the bowl, once the ice ring melted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noonwitch View Post
    Beaujolais Noveau. It's fresh red french wine without any preservatives. It's only good for a couple of months, but it is a good red wine that tastes good with turkey.

    I like Wine. Red Wine.

    But I had a home brew Raspberry Porter this weekend that was one of the best beers I've ever had.
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    Quote Originally Posted by linda22003 View Post
    I make champagne punch in huge quantities for our annual Christmas party:

    2 bottles champagne
    1 cup cognac
    1 cup orange liqueur (Cointreau or Triple Sec)

    Last year I went through eight bottles of champagne, to give you an idea; my book club was devouring the alcohol-soaked fruit at the bottom of the bowl, once the ice ring melted.

    How many cabs did you have to call for your book club members?
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    Quote Originally Posted by noonwitch View Post
    How many cabs did you have to call for your book club members?
    Yes, it's pretty potent stuff. We stopped pouring when one of them started singing Christams carols in Chinese.
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