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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by blowtorch, Oct 22, 2020.
I hate energy drinks
That looks like about 10 demitasse cups and some pop added
It's a little early for that yet, but ya gotta love a beverage that comes with guitar strap locks
Also, you detractors, you've never tried it. I know this to be a fact.
Because if you had, you'd love it.
This stuff has come a long way since RedBull
That’s why it ain’t open.
If you, or anyone else needs a few strap locks, holler.
I have a few.
Not the healthiest thing but I think I can make a cocktail out of it
edit: too late
I like Rockstar better than Monster.
Lately I have been just popping B vitamins with my coffee. Has the same effects as an energy drink and is a lot cheaper.
When I see something labelled "zero sugar", yet it is still sweet, I'm instantly creeped out. It's not nice to fool Mother Nature.
I wait til they're on sale for a buck at my local groc, and i stock up
A few guys in my old band early 2000's ( good players, fun guys) were into mixing Red Bull with ( I forget) either Vodka or Whiskey, and it was f**king nasty!!
No Sir...not even close.
One of the ladies I work with, buys her own coffee beans, roasts and grinds them in her kitchen.
She brings some in for us poor-folk every now and then....it is a whole different coffee experience.
When we have to switch back to the cheap stuff...we are all very sad.
I've said it here before. Good taste is a curse that will cost you $$$ in the long run. I'm doing my best to never touch a guitar priced over $1000. So far so good.
I druther drink tequila and pickle juice to get my electrolytes.
Or nectar of the Scots.
Your gods may drink that stuff, but mine tend to drink Porter and Stout (and their ambrosia tends to go "mooo"). I've tried many energy drinks (because I'm a "tryer"). Some are pretty good, some are not. Most are "meh" for me. If I see it in the store, I'll give it a try.
I got a shock yesterday. I went to buy a replacement bottle of Bushmills 16...and discovered that the price has gone stratospheric. $114! Of course, the bottle I was trying to replace was purchased over 15 yrs ago. So, I asked the clerk for a recommendation and bought his "cheap but tasty" choice...$12 Kilbrin. Actually not bad at all. Very light and floral. Probably best as an adjunct for my occasional evening hot tea.
I also bought a bottle of Campari...which is a little disappointing. Yah, it is a classic bitter for many cocktails...but it doesn't have much going for it other than the bitter. I like to mix classic cocktails occasionally and was going for a box-stock Negroni. Pfffft. The Negroni I made with Amaro di Toscana is so much better it makes me want to pour the Campari out.