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Didn't we cover all this on Fight Club? lol.
I am still loving the Irish Car Bomb!
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A good dark rum of which there are plenty to choose from in the islands- look to the local brands- squeeze of lime juice and a splash of tonic.
When at home in NY it brings me back to the islands, when in the islands it rounds out the glow.
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Irish Car Bomb is a great way to get a night started...
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Fill a glass with ice, add about 3 ounces of Jack, stir with one finger enjoy.
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Though I now favor a heavily peated scotch such as Laphroig.
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Whiskey& Ice Tea

discovered this one by accident. Ran out of mixer. best if it is bourbon.
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Didn't we cover all this on Fight Club? lol.
I am still loving the Irish Car Bomb!
Oh God, that's the last time I got sick, although that has been awhile.
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Never having the right ingredients to make a proper "bar" drink, I've settled on:

GROG!!

1/2 and 1/2 rum and water, serve cold on hot days, warm on cold. Can be sweatened for taste

go british and instead of straight water (ugh!) add tea. If you have fresh citrus, add it, In the tropics, quinine. Actually, I can't think of anything that doesn't go good with good cheap rum.
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Hey all, I have to post my favorite drink

Pineapple Juice
Grinadine
Rum
A Spoonful of Coconut Juice
And a cherry on top!

And call it what it looks like c** in a cup (a bartender friends creation). Its sooo good, very sweet.
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In a rocks glass;

Your favorite rum
soda water
lime slice
sprig of mint
over ice

Jerry
Add an oz of lime juice and a little simple sugar and it is a Mojito, Mmmmm
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Hey Wildcard, I did not know that a mojito had sugar in it. I will have to try that.

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