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post #21 of 32 Old 03-31-2007
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cinco de mayo at Davis Pub?
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"cinco de mayo"

I buy scotch in fifths when I can't get a larger size, but my mayo usually comes in quart jars. Why would anyone buy a fifth of mayonaisse?
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The mayo is for the word salad, a famous starter around here. I'm also with you on size matters.
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Gosling's is relatively easy to find. We polished off a bottle at the town dock on Friday night in Annapolis this weekend. Another favorite of mine is Matusalem. It's a little harder to find but definitely worth a try.
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Something wrong with Pusser's?
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Haven't had it in 20 years, only recall that it totally unimpressed me, probably was a "light" rum and I prefer the dark ones with lots of flavor. Straight up, as a "sipping liquor" like a good single malt scotch.
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Haven't had it in 20 years, only recall that it totally unimpressed me, probably was a "light" rum and I prefer the dark ones with lots of flavor. Straight up, as a "sipping liquor" like a good single malt scotch.
kind of an amber rum, actually:

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I've enjoyed following a great number of discssions on sailnet without feeling the need to participate...until the discussion turned to Rum. I'm glad to find others of my own persuation who like to sip they're rum dark and un-adulterated by Coke. Now I'm about to uncover all the Rum Connoisseur out there who will look down they're reddened noses at me, but I find Bacardi Select (in a 6 oz. juice glass) to my liking. My wallet like it too.
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Thanks for the recomendation, I'll have to try it. But I can get a fifth of Gosling's Black Seal for less than 17$, and I live in East Left Overshoe, Missouri. So my nose can get red while my wallet can stay in the black (if only it would.... )

Nothing wrong with Pusser's, but I can't get that here in Hickville. Do enjoy the taste testing, thanks for the ideas, all.


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