constant escape

winter withered, warm
But man one bottle of creme de violette and you're pretty much set for life. A teaspoon of that stuff is more than enough.
 

luka

Well-known member
i love them all. what i want now is a 3 espresso martinis, drunk really quickly, back to back.
 

constant escape

winter withered, warm
Or you can try a "Zoom" cocktail, which is cognac, cream and honey, heated up. Add coffee, substitute whisky for cognac (unless you have cognac), which pretty much gets you to standard irish coffee, I suppose. Even without the coffee, and just cream, its strangely good.
 

IdleRich

IdleRich
i love them all. what i want now is a 3 espresso martinis, drunk really quickly, back to back.
These are great - pseudo-sophistication in a glass.
I just had hot lemon and honey with ginger but no alcohol I'm afraid - if we'd had whiskey or cognac or something I would have definitely added it.
 

IdleRich

IdleRich
Yeah good question - single cream, double cream, sour cream, clotted cream, what? It's probably that aerosol spray stuff.
 

constant escape

winter withered, warm
@constant escape I think those slap dash dude/lad 'ironically sophisticated college beverages' are moves rather than drinks. If we were to name them that would have to be considered.
Well this certainly isn't my strength - I'm known to be almost entirely aloof to noticing women's feelings about me, yet alone steering said feelings.

That said, I will gladly toss up a few suggestions from left field, the nowhere man that I am.
 

luka

Well-known member
its probably not even cream. its probably lurid orange and comes in indiviudally wrapped slices like their cheese
 

constant escape

winter withered, warm
Yeah pretty sure its just that, half cream and half milk. Heavy cream is delightful though. I would highly recommend it to any coffee drinkers here. Pour it in, and watch what happens.
 

IdleRich

IdleRich
OK
Heavy cream, also known as heavy whipping cream, is the thick part of the milk that rises to the top due to its high fat content. With about 36-40% fat, it has one of the highest fat contents compared to other dairy products. Whipping cream comes in at a close but lighter second, with about 30% milk fat.

Clotted cream has been described as having a "nutty, cooked milk" flavour,[4] and a "rich sweet flavour" with a texture that is grainy, sometimes with oily globules on the crusted surface.[5][6] It is a thick cream, with a very high fat content (a minimum of 55 percent, but an average of 64 percent). For comparison, the fat content of single cream is only 18 percent
I love clotted cream but for obvious reasons one can't eat too much of it.
 

linebaugh

Well-known member
Well this certainly isn't my strength - I'm known to be almost entirely aloof to noticing women's feelings about me, yet alone steering said feelings.


Pictured: Stan obliviously doing the diligent work on topographical psychosomatic systems of ideology mapping while hordes of ravenous women froth at the mouth outside his door
 

constant escape

winter withered, warm
Not that ripped but I was remarkably cut a couple years ago. And had the shorter hair, which I routinely had straightened. Total lack of erotic wherewithal, however. Still feels like my system is lacking some kind of critical package or something.
 

luka

Well-known member
dont worry Stan youve just successfully rerouted all libidinal energy to your brainpan where it belongs. no leakage.
 
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