> I always thought vodkas had no taste to them, so sometimes I buy the
> generic brand and use a funnel to pour it into an "Absolut" bottle. My
> guests never know the difference. And every year during Yom Kippur I
> repent for tricking them.
> Rohit says that's what's REALLY tasteless about my vodkas.
Personally I prefer Fris and Skyy.
> By the way, does anyone know what the difference between tastes in gins
> is? I've been told that Boodles martinis are the best, but I've never
> tried one. Any martini drinkers in the house? I usually use Bombay
> Sapphire but I've been told that's the cheap junk.
Actually on this one the low brow Seagrams Gin is pretty damn good for
mixed drinks, and being a stickler for the OG I like Tanquery if I'm
drinking it on the rocks with a twst.
My liver also tells me:
Pinch is damn fine
Crystal is the only Champagne
A computer lets you make more mistakes faster than any invention in human history with the possible exceptions of handguns and tequila . Mitch Ratliffe, _Technology Review_ April, 1992
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