From Akita prefecture.
Tsuki means moon in Japanese,
Rainy day tonight, I can not see the moon.
This unassuming, faithful old lad.
Can someone explain the difference between gin and jenever, in terms of flavor?
nothing, I just quit smoking, so I can't drink too much, the desire to start again becomes too intense
Just bought Beefeater fior the first time a couple days ago, but yet to open it.
I'll probably make some Gibsons tonight
Beefeater is pretty bold and uncomplicated with a bunch of citrus, in a pleasant way. Makes for a good gibson or martini if you like oldschool straight forward type London dry gins.
Lemon peel instead of an olive or onion works well though with it.
What ratios do you use, m8? Which vermouth?
Might make me some gin & tonics
but only because I was on a cruise to Tallinn and it's much cheaper on the ferry than mainland
It's alright but OriGINal long drink is much better t b h
Went to funland once and a stranger gave me a swig of some Mintuu vodka he snuck in. I liked the mint flavor and didn't want to pay 10€ for another shitty beer
>10/10 Ebin would risk getting roofied again
This beer is so good it'll make you think Belgium's actually a sovereign nation
What are /int/'s favorite brands, country if origin, and way to drink for each major liqour type?
-Buffalo Trace Bourbon
-Neat, chilled or coke highball
-Belvedere or Tito's Handmade
-With juice, usually a screwdriver
-Johhny Walker Gold Route Explorer's Club -Collection
-Havana Club Añejo 7 Años
-Hendrick's or Plymouth
-Tom Collins or Martini
-Innis & Gunn Original
-Chilled from glass
Don't care much for liquers, tequila, cognac, or brandy.
White tequila it's the choice of men, you fucking pussies
I have two bosses. One is a guy from Nigeria who bullies his staff - straight up tells us we're shit if we make a mistake, never compliments us, and never lets us relax (he's very charming with the customers though). My female boss is a genuinely lovely lady who acknowledges the effort we put in and thanks us for it. I know who I'd rather work for t b h.
>mfw bought that case from the ferry, was too hungover to even leave the ferry to visit Tallinn
Keeping it simple
Wouldn't mind some Bombay and juice and listening to rap throwbacks again though, it's been a minute.
Canadian Club or Seagram
Neat or Old Fashioned
Can't stand it honestly
Tom Collins or with tonic
>Canadian Club or Seagram
8/10 or 0/10
>Neat or Old Fashioned
6 or 7/10
Tom Collins or with tonic
Pretty good all in all
>>Canadian Club or Seagram
>8/10 or 0/10
This is sort of my experience as well. I tried both wanting to try Canadian whisky, and CC was solid while Seagram's was sort of a lukewarm disappointment that really didn't belong in any corner.