Hey, post your home bar, senpais
All of mine is hardly visible but I have things like Maraschino, St. Germain, and Green Chartreuse on the bottom. I love having full bar because being drunk becomes so much more creative. kick my ass i'm drunk
Black guy working behind the bar sees an oriental fellow sit down. Asks what he'd like, the Asian replied, "gimme a jigger, nigger." Black guy told him that was racist and how would he like it if someone did that to him. Told him to switch spots. Black guy walks up and says, "gimme a drink, chink." Oriental man replies, "sorry, we don't serve niggers."
heres my bar, sorry for shit pic.
not included in picture:
blood orange cointreau
and a lot of wine and champagne
Split between me and my roommate.
Not pictured: dry and sweet vermouth, cocchi americano rosa, suze, and cream liqueur
I keep it in a cupboard, not always lined up on my dining table like this
Decent, got literally everthing desu. my goal as well, so that people can have every drink when they come over.
>when i actually manage to invite someone into my hole every once a year
>pretending to be an alcoholic on an irish bagpipe enthusiast forum
wow you are cool
After about half a year of getting started on drinking alcohol:
Smirnoff Triple Distilled Recipe No. 21 Vodka
Jose Cuervo Especial Tequila Silver
Wild Turkey 81 Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey
Beefeater London Dry Gin
Bacardi Gran Reserva Ron 8 Años
Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge
Busnel Calvados Pays d'Auge Vieille Reserve VSOP
Hennessy Privilege VSOP Cognac
Iichiko Silhouette Shochu
The Yamazaki Single Malt Japanese Whisky Aged 12 Years x2
>How long do those things last? I've heard really bad stories about cream liqueurs.
It's supposed to be forever, but I think the alcohol starts to strengthen once opened and then the balance is off. I toss them at around 3mo. I also refrigerate them once opened. That's just my thing. If at all possible, if my mood is creamy alcohol and I can make it myself I will. Uameson or Kahlua w/ half and half, splash of grand marnier, tia maria, or tuaca, whatever you want. The cream part just tastes more special. I do like the complexity of Baileys, but it'll take a house full of guests to finish one for me alone in 3mo.
>you'd get a great 12 year old flor de cana for almost the same price as dooly's.
This. Sipping spiced rum is silly.
For fun alternative, try an aged tequila, if you're into sipping. Sipping rum that isn't flavorful with fake added spices is nonsense. Rum needs cigars or some real quality.