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Re: What liquor and wine do you stock on Board

I always carry the ingredients for a green coconut margaretta - Melon liquor, Coconut Rum, Margaretta Mix with tequila.

Also carry a large bottle of Bacarde Oakhart, homemade Kahlua, two kinds of light beer, and sometimes some nasty tasting ale.

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Re: What liquor and wine do you stock on Board

We like good wine. We travel with at least a case on board. Yep, real stuff with a cork and everything Got some of those nice plastic wine glasses too!

We built a "wine cellar" in the bilge, high enough it doesn't get wet, low enough that it gets "cooled" by the water temperature outside the boat. Built it out of that starboard stuff. Keeps reasonable temperatures for reds, we pull a white out now and then for the fridge before serving. Wine cellar temperatures are better sailing north of the Cape Cod Canal. Best in Maine.

Life is too short to own an ugly boat or drink bad wine
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