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  • #41
    Butterscotch schnapps. Ummm, it goes down so well when it is cold out! It's also good over vanilla ice cream...not that I would know!

    I also do Bailey's.
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    \"And indeed the love that the horses of the Rangers bore for their riders was so great that they were willing to face even the terror of the Door , if their masters\' hearts were steady as they walked beside them.\" The Return of the Ki

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    • #42
      Grog is great for tailgates, it keeps well and warm in a crock pot,
      the new farm truck has outlets!

      W W!
      FMO:OMG I almost put my eye out hunting clique.

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      • #43
        Glogg (or Grog) is Swedish, and I live in a community with strong Swedish roots. There are several older bakeries that still sell the spices. The spices are raisens, cardamon seeds, almonds, orange peel, cinnamon, cloves and probably a couple of other things. The challenge is getting good grain alcohol that won't flavor the wine, so that is where connections to Moonshiners comes in handy.
        I start brewing my Glogg in November, and I can't decorate for Christmas without a pot going on the stove. My husband usually makes me open a wondow so I don't get tooo goofy from the fumes. It also comes in handy after shoveling snow, or attempting to spread manure in near blizzard conditions!
        ::Sometimes you have to burn a few bridges to keep the crazies from following you::

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        • #44
          http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grog

          W W!
          FMO:OMG I almost put my eye out hunting clique.

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          • #45
            Originally posted by wateryglen View Post
            Hic!! Hic!!! Yoush guys are jush wunnerful!!! But I'm feelin' woozy.....Hic!!

            NOW we know why foxhunters take the traditional "after hunting nap"!!!



            So funny! One could almost get woozy just from the thought of all these concoctions! I usually do Bailey's as well but the Butterscotch schnapps is great too, but have yet to put it in my flask.

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            • #46
              Geez, how do you guys stay on your horses?

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              • #47
                Harvey's and Ware's.
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                • #48
                  You guys are a bad influence

                  I printed out this thread and spent $150 at the discount liquor store tonight. I don't even usually drink while hunting even. It just all sounded so good.

                  This Saturday we hunt in the morning and have out hunt ball in the evening. Maybe I'll mix up one of these concoctions to take with me in the AM and get a head start on the festivities.

                  I'm thinking the white port and Amaretto. I also got some of that good tawny port that was recommended, not the 40 yr old expensive stuff but the 10 yr old moderately expensive stuff.
                  -Painted Wings

                  Set youself apart from the crowd, ride a paint horse, you're sure to be spotted

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                  • #49
                    Whoohoo! Good for you PW!
                    I guarantee you will love the port/amaretto, and I'm not really an amaretto fan!
                    One thing you can give and still keep is your word.

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                    • #50
                      Never mind a recipe for Glogg - just fo to IKEA - really.
                      Proud member of People Who Hate to Kill Wildlife clique

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                      • #51
                        OK, I found my "poison." American Honey is a bourbon-based liquor mixed with honest-to-God HONEY. Made by Wild Turkey, it's quickly become my favorite! It's going in the flask for Opening Hunt for sure!

                        Wow, is it ever good.....
                        Barbara www.customstockties.com
                        Tulsa-QH; Schnickelfritz-Holsteiner; Atikus-Danish Warmblood; Buddy-QH/TB; Winston-Shire; Thomas-Percheron/TB; Mac-Belgian Draft, gone but never forgotten

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                        • #52
                          OMG!

                          And another use for American Honey might be to revive diabetics !!

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                          • #53
                            Take it Straight

                            The hubby and I don't mess around with mixes. We either have Maker's Mark or a really fine champagne Brandy in our flasks.

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                            • #54
                              Originally posted by DopyDgz View Post
                              Geez, how do you guys stay on your horses?

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                              • #55
                                OMG! I didn't even had a flask! But after reading this thread, I know that I need to ask Santa for one!

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                                • #56
                                  I usually fill my flask w/ Blackberry Brandy.

                                  However, a friend of mine from Virginia came out last weekend and we hunted both days with different hunts. She attended to our flask using a favorite potion of her hunt which was Scotch and Butterscotch Schnapps. It was a pleasing blend which resulted in good conversation when shared & empty flask both days.

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                                  • #57
                                    A friend passed her flask to me during VA Hunt Week, it had RUM cream and Irish Mist...have been meaning to go by an ABC store since!

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                                    • #58
                                      I just bought a bottle of Irish Mist. Haven't tried it yet. Never heard of Rum Cream though. I do have some other things I can try to mix though. The butterscotch and scotch sounds good too.
                                      -Painted Wings

                                      Set youself apart from the crowd, ride a paint horse, you're sure to be spotted

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                                      • #59
                                        Originally posted by x-rab View Post
                                        The hubby and I don't mess around with mixes. We either have Maker's Mark or a really fine champagne Brandy in our flasks.
                                        Was wondering when somebody from the South finally would prefer neat bourbon.
                                        "Things should be as simple as possible,
                                        but no simpler." - Einstein

                                        “So what’s with the years of lessons? You still can’t ride a damn horse?!”

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                                        • #60
                                          I will vouch that this is good stuff! I don't hunt, but if I did, I'd carry that or Maker's Mark.
                                          Freaky Farm Hermit Clique
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