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    LBS-bass
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    So now back to what this thread is all about, say goodbye to my little friend:

    wine

    This was the last soldier standing and he’s gone today.  From here until I decree it otherwise, it will be less calorie laden vodak in relatively small amounts.  I will miss my wine, but I love it like Kool Aid, and that is not a healthy attachment.

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    I’ve enjoyed a good bottle of Bogle from time to time.

    If you haven’t tried Chopin vodak, I highly recommend it. I’m sure there are plenty of other good ones that our resident experts will tell you about. 🙂 Or maybe you already know!

    Causing trouble in the sctmmc since November 13th, 2018.

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    I’ve enjoyed a good bottle of Bogle from time to time.

    If you haven’t tried Chopin vodak, I highly recommend it. I’m sure there are plenty of other good ones that our resident experts will tell you about. 🙂 Or maybe you already know!

    Chopin was my go-to for many years.  I’m all about the potatoes. Love a nice Luksosowa, too.  Chopin is not cheap, though!

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    #143604
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    Bogle is always decent for the price. I’ve gotten some badly aged wines under a lot of labels and I’m not sure why but I can almost always count on a Bogle to at least be drinkable for cheap.

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    I’ve enjoyed a good bottle of Bogle from time to time.

    If you haven’t tried Chopin vodak, I highly recommend it. I’m sure there are plenty of other good ones that our resident experts will tell you about. 🙂<noscript>🙂</noscript>Or maybe you already know!

    Chopin was my go-to for many years. I’m all about the potatoes. Love a nice Luksosowa, too. Chopin is not cheap, though!

    No kidding! It’s a rare and special treat for me. I’ll have to check out the Luksosowa.

    Causing trouble in the sctmmc since November 13th, 2018.

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    I’ve enjoyed a good bottle of Bogle from time to time.

    If you haven’t tried Chopin vodak, I highly recommend it. I’m sure there are plenty of other good ones that our resident experts will tell you about. 🙂<noscript>🙂<noscript>🙂</noscript></noscript>Or maybe you already know!

    Chopin was my go-to for many years. I’m all about the potatoes. Love a nice Luksosowa, too. Chopin is not cheap, though!

    No kidding! It’s a rare and special treat for me. I’ll have to check out the Luksosowa.

    Luksosowa is a personal fave of mine – it sells for between $12 and $14 around here, and is one of the only pure potato vodkas on the market.  I bought the Platinum for an experiment I did (along with Monte Alban tequila – another tremendous underdog) so as not to waste anything fancy on habanero extractions.

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    I think I spelled it wrong, it’s Luksusowa.  From Poland.

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    I’ve enjoyed a good bottle of Bogle from time to time.

    If you haven’t tried Chopin vodak, I highly recommend it. I’m sure there are plenty of other good ones that our resident experts will tell you about. 🙂<noscript>🙂<noscript>🙂<noscript>🙂</noscript></noscript></noscript>Or maybe you already know!

    Chopin was my go-to for many years. I’m all about the potatoes. Love a nice Luksosowa, too. Chopin is not cheap, though!

    No kidding! It’s a rare and special treat for me. I’ll have to check out the Luksosowa.

    Luksosowa is a personal fave of mine – it sells for between $12 and $14 around here, and is one of the only pure potato vodkas on the market. I bought the Platinum for an experiment I did (along with Monte Alban tequila – another tremendous underdog) so as not to waste anything fancy on habanero extractions.

    It’s so weird. Sometime in the last few decades potato vodak got a bad rap, whereas when I was young it was considered premium.  I still think it tastes cleaner than any grain.

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    probably because these guys tolerate the fact that I’m an asshole.

    Honestly, I think WE’RE all the assholes here.

    You, and the other ladies of the forum, are the ones that tolerate US.

    Sitting here like uninvited company.

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    probably because these guys tolerate the fact that I’m an asshole.

    Honestly, I think WE’RE all the assholes here.

    You, and the other ladies of the forum, are the ones that tolerate US.

    But only an asshole would point that out.

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    I’ve already determined that I’m the low rent member of the forum. I can’t run with $10,000 bikes, custom shop instruments, boutique pedals and maple boards.

    I’m just busting your balls. The way I see it, really, is that anyone who gets in before the big sellout is family. One day, this will be the back room.

    The Coberator. My other car is a Rocinante.

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    Chopin was my go-to for many years.  I’m all about the potatoes. Love a nice Luksosowa, too.  Chopin is not cheap, though!

    Monopolowa is one of the better, affordable potato vodaks. It hails from Austria.

    The Coberator. My other car is a Rocinante.

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    I’ve enjoyed a good bottle of Bogle from time to time.

    If you haven’t tried Chopin vodak, I highly recommend it. I’m sure there are plenty of other good ones that our resident experts will tell you about. 🙂<noscript>🙂</noscript>Or maybe you already know!

    Chopin was my go-to for many years. I’m all about the potatoes. Love a nice Luksosowa, too. Chopin is not cheap, though!

    I haven’t had a lot, but I like Blue Ice Potato Vodak (from Idaho)

    Playing bass for 35 years, taking time out for meals, of course

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    It’s so weird. Sometime in the last few decades potato vodak got a bad rap, whereas when I was young it was considered premium. I still think it tastes cleaner than any grain.

    See, I like it because it has a little grit, a little chew to it without tasting like rubbing alcohol.  Something ultra high-end like Stoli Elit or Grey Goose just…tastes like burning because it has no flavor.  But, I think you nailed it on the head there:  High-end vodka (and vodka cocktails) became very prevalent in the 90’s, both through hip-hop music and through those weird Gen X’y cocktail bars with too much chrome and glass everywhere.

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    It’s so weird. Sometime in the last few decades potato vodak got a bad rap, whereas when I was young it was considered premium. I still think it tastes cleaner than any grain.

    See, I like it because it has a little grit, a little chew to it without tasting like rubbing alcohol. Something ultra high-end like Stoli Elit or Grey Goose just…tastes like burning because it has no flavor. But, I think you nailed it on the head there: High-end vodka (and vodka cocktails) became very prevalent in the 90’s, both through hip-hop music and through those weird Gen X’y cocktail bars with too much chrome and glass everywhere.

    Some of the grain stuff has a really musty aftertaste for me and I never get that from the potatoes.  The gazintillion distilled stuff not so much but, man, you shouldn’t have to distill it so many times to get rid of that when you can just use potatoes and go home.

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    It’s so weird. Sometime in the last few decades potato vodak got a bad rap, whereas when I was young it was considered premium. I still think it tastes cleaner than any grain.

    See, I like it because it has a little grit, a little chew to it without tasting like rubbing alcohol. Something ultra high-end like Stoli Elit or Grey Goose just…tastes like burning because it has no flavor. But, I think you nailed it on the head there: High-end vodka (and vodka cocktails) became very prevalent in the 90’s, both through hip-hop music and through those weird Gen X’y cocktail bars with too much chrome and glass everywhere.

    Easy on the GenXers there young fella! We’ve created this utopia you’re living in…wait… never mind…carry on.

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    I’ve already determined that I’m the low rent member of the forum. I can’t run with $10,000 bikes, custom shop instruments, boutique pedals and maple boards.

    I’m just busting your balls. The way I see it, really, is that anyone who gets in before the big sellout is family. One day, this will be the back room.

    I know you are, but I’m still the new guy. I know my place.

    JP
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    It’s so weird. Sometime in the last few decades potato vodak got a bad rap, whereas when I was young it was considered premium. I still think it tastes cleaner than any grain.

    See, I like it because it has a little grit, a little chew to it without tasting like rubbing alcohol. Something ultra high-end like Stoli Elit or Grey Goose just…tastes like burning because it has no flavor. But, I think you nailed it on the head there: High-end vodka (and vodka cocktails) became very prevalent in the 90’s, both through hip-hop music and through those weird Gen X’y cocktail bars with too much chrome and glass everywhere.

    Easy on the GenXers there young fella! We’ve created this utopia you’re living in…wait… never mind…carry on.

    Dude, that’s no less ridiculous (in fact, I find it much cooler) than mustachioed Millennial hipsters drinking craft beer in a converted/repurposed old factory…and I am a (well, not mustachioed) Millennial hipster who drinks craft beer in repurposed old industrial buildings.

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    This thweadt is making me thirsty.

    I want a bar with Gen-X music and Millennial beer.

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    Chopin was my go-to for many years. I’m all about the potatoes. Love a nice Luksosowa, too. Chopin is not cheap, though!

    Monopolowa is one of the better, affordable potato vodaks. It hails from Austria.

    Just looked it up to see the label so I could confirm that I knew that one.  Yep.  Haven’t had it in years, but maybe I’ll see if I can find some around here.  We’ve just been buying everything with our grocery deliveries lately, and the local store doesn’t have a great selection but there are other places I can try.

    However, I’m off to bed, since I have a client visit in the morning.  Proud to say I kept the vodak to a minimum, and should wake up early and ready to tackle life.  Goodnight, everyone.

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