Saturday, January 16, 2016

Waiter! Waiter! There's a dog in my gin!


Stop everything! Black Shuck's got in the Gincuzzi!


Oh, well. What's the worst that could happen?
 Anyone for a G&T?


This gin was a Christmas present from Inexcuseable and her husband.

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  1. We're drinking Cork Dry Gin at the mo; very pleasant indeed... We also have a bottle of Martin Miller's and a bottle of Caorunn to go. Jx

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    1. I've not tried any of those, but they look/sound lovely. I'm tempted to try the Caorunn Winter Cocktail - looks just right now it's actually got cold!

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  2. Ah...I looked at that in the local offie. I wondered if it would be too floral for me.

    You'd have thought with the burning eyes and massive claws, it'd be more earthy, but no.

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    1. Yes, it's surprisingly fragrant and delicate.

      Well, except when one of those claws gets stuck halfway down one's throat...

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  3. Hair of the dog, oui?

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    1. Mais oui!

      It even works before one gets tiddled!

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  4. Wellllllll since I stopped in, why not take a dip and have a gin. I can do this thing to you with my feet and .........

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    1. I just hope you don't have claws like Black Shuck?!

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  5. A small creme de menthe frappe please, barman.

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    1. I beg your pardon? I thought for a second there that you asked for a "small"?

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  6. Forget the séance and mediums, this is definitely the best way to encounter and engage the region's best known spirit!

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    1. Exactly! We just have to remember to bring a leash.

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  7. Steady on... too much of this stuff and you'll end up with glowing red eyes. And a waggy tail.
    Sx

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    1. Well, one never turns a waggy tail away!

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