constant escape

winter withered, warm
Precisely the goal, and it does feel successful. But I also believe there is always the possibility of leakage.

Also, that package pun was totally unintended.
 

constant escape

winter withered, warm
To make a hairpin turn, I love Campari. Can't think of many other brands that have so deeply integrated themselves into my favor.
 

constant escape

winter withered, warm
The Sloppy Wopshire is of that genus, of the boilermaker species.

The name came from one of my old roommates, who told us about this girl Lauren at his high school who was double-standardedly labeled as such for her explorative nature. As I mentioned in the OP, still don't know the origin of surname Wopshire, the specification of which would determine the regional type of whiskey.
 

constant escape

winter withered, warm
Maybe the name of that long island lite doozy of a shanty could take inspiration from the weekly events held at college bars, Tower Tuesday for a deal on a beer tower, etc.
 

luka

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Edmund if youre reading this im not actually going to drink btw im just imagining it. doing loads of tequilas in a biker bar by the side of some desert highway somewhere.
 

linebaugh

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getting seduced by a Sheryl Crow looking woman in tight fitting Levis in a flannel shirt.
limes, pile of salt, shot glasses and the bottle on a cutting board. very satisfying way to drink. nice kinesthetic element to it, tactile sensory response, like Beckett's Molloy talking about his pocket-stone-to-mouth system. when you and edmund break fast this will be the way.
 

WashYourHands

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Shared crossover for shared drinking cultures across the Atlantic. Blacked out on tequila and agave nectar badly in the states too often. Someone turned the lights out. America has outstanding hangover answers here. Brunch menus that hit all the right buttons for a massive spectrum of tastes. A good fry this side of the pond is close. From greasy spoon to oven roasted bacon and eggs benedict la-de-da.

Used to love bourbon, but I don’t know about adding bitters. There’s booze where the flavour can be masked with a mixer and booze that’s lush for its own qualities. Manhattans floating off the coast was fun, do so at your own risk.
 
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