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    I want to have more cocktails in my life but I never seem to have the right stuff around when I want to have one. (yeah, there are bars nearby, but they want you to dress up and I've descended into the pandemic lifestyle...)
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    8 months later and I've put red wine into the mix. You know, for health and stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KG4CGC View Post
    Think of a drink and let's find it on the web. Maybe we can learn about new combinations and whatever else is out there.
    It doesn't have to be alcoholic. It could be energy, protein or what have you.

    Green Dragon: https://merryjane.com/health/how-to-...r-green-dragon

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    I enjoy hi tech instant infused drinks every day.. THC drink powders, and drops. Nothing beats a nice espresso with 25 MG.of infused THC.
    I'm enjoying a cup of popular infused green tea now. I've had infused punches, sodas, teas, coffees, and hot cocoa., Wakey Bakey. High tech cannabis is cool.

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    I've run out of ideas. I've reversed my trend towards craft microbrews and enjoy just a simple lager. I think Kona Longboard is what I had on hand last.
    I got a Sweet Baby Java by DuClaw Brewing Co but it's way too bitter. It's supposed to be an espresso infused peanut butter porter. I like porter but no one knows how to make one anymore. Sierra Nevada used to make the best porter but now their porter tastes weak and cheap.

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    WEAK AND CHEAP I SAY!

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    Aldi Bekken Bock is not bad for a light beer


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    Quote Originally Posted by KG4CGC View Post
    WEAK AND CHEAP I SAY!
    We’ve never even met but you got me pegged.
    All the world’s a stage, but obviously the play is unrehearsed and everybody is ad-libbing his lines. Maybe that’s why it’s hard to tell if we’re living in a tragedy or a farce.

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    The green stuff, is this what the Pope drinks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUGH View Post
    The green stuff, is this what the Pope drinks?
    I believe one (or two) of the Popes past used to endorse or was an advocate for a coca leaf infused wine.

    It was also in a wine endorsed by a pope. Two popes, actually.
    The brand was Vin Mariani, the brainchild of French chemist and winemaker Angelo Mariani. In the mid- to late 1800s, the beverage was widely circulated in France, the United States, and Italy, where both Pope Leo XIII and Pope Pius X were said to be enthusiastic imbibers.
    https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/...e-wine-history

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