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Old 01-02-2007, 02:11 PM
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Winter drinks?

Man I love these forums! Post your favorite drink for a relaxing after a cold day out wrenching, hunting, working, whatever. I call this one "Mick Shelly's Irish Coffee," after my Great Grandfather Michael Shelly who was a Pennsylvania Railroad engineer. I never met him, but I heard a hell of a lot of stories, so I think he'd like this one:

Mick Shelly's Irish Coffee (Served in a pint glass)

10 oz strong (Columbian or something similar) black coffee
1 shot Jameson
1 shot Bailey's
Sugar
Double Cream
Creme de Menthe

Mix coffee, whiskey, Bailey's, and add sugar as needed, then pour the cream in to fill the remainder of the glass over an upside down spoon slowly. The cream should sit on top of the coffee so that it looks like a Guinness. Top with creme de menthe in a shamrock design.
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really more of a beer drinker, but my favorite mix would be jim beam pepsi
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I seem to have graduated to just takin shots of stuff like Capt and Crown Royal... dislike the taste of beer and liquor but figure I can get it outta the way quicker! lol.

Mixing dairy and alcohol makes me want to puke, but I wonder if that mix tastes good?!
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Vodka and Apple cider, yummmmmmmy!

and of course........

Peppermint Schnapps and Hot Cocoa!

both are great on a cold night!!!! I try to stay away from coffee after about 9 am.....
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Winter Drink?
Cold (insert your brand here) Longneck and a pair of gloves or a cozie!
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Winter Drink?
Cold (insert your brand here) Longneck and a pair of gloves or a cozie!
HA! There's a lot of good winter brews out there (Harpoon Winter Warmer is a good one I just picked up), but I like a good warm drink now and then. Banshee-I'll have to try the peppermint schnapps with the hot cocoa sometime.

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Mixing dairy and alcohol makes me want to puke, but I wonder if that mix tastes good?!
Don't knock it til ya try it! Go to a good Irish pub, a REAL one where they have a picture of the queen tacked onto the dartboard and Wolfe Tones music on the jukebox, and order an Irish coffee...then make mine when you get home.

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Cold (insert your brand here) Longneck and a pair of gloves or a cozie!
LOL...Tone! Buddy, I had a case of ice cole Bud in the cooler the day we stood out there at Stroud talking for like 3 hours freezin our azzes off in 3 feet of snow....you kept talkin bout church so i didn't offer! LMAO!
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Mick Shelly's Irish Coffee (Served in a pint glass)

10 oz strong (Columbian or something similar) black coffee
1 shot Jameson
1 shot Bailey's
Sugar
Double Cream
Creme de Menthe

Mix coffee, whiskey, Bailey's, and add sugar as needed, then pour the cream in to fill the remainder of the glass over an upside down spoon slowly. The cream should sit on top of the coffee so that it looks like a Guinness. Top with creme de menthe in a shamrock design.
I like the sound of this and I'm gonna try it this weekend!!! Get the fireplace stoked up and a good movie and WHAMMO!
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LOL...Tone! Buddy, I had a case of ice cole Bud in the cooler the day we stood out there at Stroud talking for like 3 hours freezin our azzes off in 3 feet of snow....you kept talkin bout church so i didn't offer! LMAO!
Wish I'd known, I was gettin thirsty!
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Wish I'd known, I was gettin thirsty!
Yeah, it was kinda early too....
Next time i will offer!
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