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    Hey, I love those long stem LSA Martini glasses - I'm going to order a dozen for general use. Don't care for their short stem ones, but the long stem look great!

    Freezer shelves are typically adjustable - if I can make room for huge 6L bottles of Hendrick's in mine, I'm sure you can manage a few tall martini glasses one way or another.
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    My apologies, done!
    Thank you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JBS1 View Post
    That's awesome . It will help people to feel a bit better about things.
    HoP's avatar looks like she needs a little more than a Shirley Temple
    Man stands quietly, and guzzles his chaser down , then slowly slides his whisky away, further down the old mahogany bar top as he makes his exit to the facilities
    ROTFLMAO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by remik View Post
    Hey, I love those long stem LSA Martini glasses - I'm going to order a dozen for general use. Don't care for their short stem ones, but the long stem look great!

    Freezer shelves are typically adjustable - if I can make room for huge 6L bottles of Hendrick's in mine, I'm sure you can manage a few tall martini glasses one way or another.
    Glad you like the LSA. Sadly, my fridge-freezer isn't american style and full to the brim, so I'm lucky if I can fit a single glass or two in!

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    A double Southern Comfort straight up, please.
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    Done!

    Shaken, not stirred please.

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    I'm in! Good luck with the fundraising!!! Have to go with a white wine... dry and cool.
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    Done; of course. Thank you for keeping this community alive!
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    Done!
    "Wovon man nicht lesen kann, darber muss man schreiben."

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    (Man to bartender): " I'll have a gin Martinus please."
    (Bartender): "Do you mean Martini sir?"
    (Man): "When I want to order more than one at a time I will say so."
    Only the fool would take trouble to verify that his sentence was composed of ten as, three bs, four cs, four ds, forty-six es, sixteen fs, four gs, thirteen hs, fifteen is, two ks, nine ls, four ms, twenty-five ns, twenty-four os, five ps, sixteen rs, forty-one ss, thirty-seven ts, ten us, eight vs, eight ws, four xs, eleven ys, twenty-seven commas, twenty-three apostrophes, seven hyphens and, last but not least, a single!

    Go ahead. Test the veracity of this (1960s I think) pre-computer generated masterpiece of self-referential sentences.
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    In honor of this, here is my very first review (Dunhill EDITION) on Basenotes which happened to include a recipe for a cocktail!

    When this was launched in 1984, Dunhill had the launch party at the Ritz in London. They approached Bob, the celebrated mixologist at the Ritz bar, to create a cocktail that tasted the way this cologne smells--and thus the Dunhill cocktail was born. For a few years it was listed on the bar menu at the Ritz and you can still order it, which is guaranteed to bring Bob out to see who the "in the know" drinker is. Edition is a personal favorite of mine, the scent I chose to wear on my wedding day. Bob shared the recipe me me and here it is--splash on some Edition, mix up one of these and enjoy!

    THE RITZ DUNHILL

    5/10 dry white wine
    1/10 Cointreau
    2/10 creme de banana
    2/10 Cinzano Bianco

    Combine all ingredients and shake, serve on the rocks.

    Repeat as needed.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Oviatt View Post
    THE RITZ DUNHILL

    5/10 dry white wine
    1/10 Cointreau
    2/10 creme de banana
    2/10 Cinzano Bianco

    Combine all ingredients and shake, serve on the rocks.

    Repeat as needed.
    Wow, I bought a bottle of Creme de Banana and struggle to think what to do with it. Looks like I'm buying some dry white wine tomorrow! I don't have the Cinzano but I can substitute that with Martini or a Sherry I think.

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    Yes, dry Martini works well and makes for a drier cocktail. Enjoy!

    Quote Originally Posted by Nastka View Post
    Wow, I bought a bottle of Creme de Banana and struggle to think what to do with it. Looks like I'm buying some dry white wine tomorrow! I don't have the Cinzano but I can substitute that with Martini or a Sherry I think.
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    Today is payday.
    Hit me again, bartender!
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    No Martini for modest donations?

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    (sound of clinking coins in a glass)

    Sent a tip, Grant!
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    Whose voice is as beautiful as Urdu.

    She who hides in the flowers
    you can only find her from her fragrance."

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    Sent. Looking forward to seeing the new digs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geco View Post
    No Martini for modest donations?
    You have one there, just above your stars!
    "What is this secret connection between the soul, and sea, clouds and perfumes? The soul itself appears to be sea, cloud and perfume..." - from Zorba the Greek by Nikos Kazantzakis.
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    Quote Originally Posted by teardrop View Post
    You have one there, just above your stars!
    thanks!

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    Happy to support this. It would be useful to have a Wikipedia style "if every active user contributed x we'd be done" line. This would help me understand the scale of the issue.
    I'll also throw out there that I'd support a makeover of the front end too in terms of responsive mobile support.

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    Many, many thanks for all you do, and a wee bit o' green to help out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by duncanw View Post
    I'll also throw out there that I'd support a makeover of the front end too in terms of responsive mobile support.
    The new forums will have responsive mobile support! Finally!

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    Thank you thank you thank you to all of you who have contributed. I am so appreciative!

    I've martini'd up everyone who wants one, but some of the contributions haven't had a username attached to them, and the email address don't match anyone on file, so if you haven't had a martini and you think you should have, please let me know

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    Sent some money!
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    A great idea!
    "When you become comfortable with uncertainty. infinite possibilities open up in your life"

    -- Eckhart Tolle

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    Thanks to BN I've been introduced to a completely unknown world of fragrances. I'm more than happy to oblige and help fill the tip jar.
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    Hi Grant. Have just sent you a tip. Make mine a Mai Tai, please!
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    Virgin Mary for this teetotaler - I'm in and contributed. Great work on the site, let's keep it up.

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    A gin & tonic sounds sooooo good. Worth a donation! I'm in too.

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    Thank you Grant! I forgot to add my profile name..
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