Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by gorang, Sep 19, 2013.
it makes me happy
i sicked up my burger
feel the love guys
Kinda lover kelaaaaaaaaaa
Last time I was drunk on this forum I went into a shitlist discussion shooting my guns everywhere and telling jokes.
I'm glad the mods didn't kick me out.
salt lemon and lime time!!!!!
Last time i was drunk i couldn't turn on my pc ... not even sure how i got home lol
i feel sick, its actually last ngiht i was drinking but im still drunk and its annoying me.
far too much
Lol, try vodka mmmmmmm
I can't stand Vodka, i had a horrible experience once where i drank far too much and literally had alcohol poisoning. It was one of the worst experiences of my life. I was puking pure black vomit and i was extremely dehydrated yet unable to drink water as it came straight back up. I also had terrible diarrhoea and there was no toilet paper so i ended up wiping my arse with my best friend's, sister's packet of sanitary towels!
ive never been able to drink vodka since.
I LOVE TEQUILA
I remember when I was drunk and on the forums... started to love everyone in here
oh just love it so much guys.
exactly how i feel right now.
i think ill go buy some natural yohgurt and pankillers from the shop, my stomach and head hurts
The tequila im always drinking is jose guervo gold, its not the best but its cheap as hell and i really like it.
Dave Attell says you never know whats going to happen when you drink tequila.
But you know its going to involve you with your pants down hugging the bottom of some strange toilet.
GUYZZZZ Lets have One one SHot
Gin, Vodka and Tequila are not to be fucked with.
If I wasn't on the wagon the mere mention of the magic word..., TEQUILA, could send me running to the store
for.......MEZCAL!!! yummy yummy in my tummy!! :trink26:
Here are some facts and clarifications regarding Tequila and Mezcal- this information is based on my knowledge of the spirit and catagory, we are Mezcal producers in Oaxaca.
1) Mezcal is the oldest distilled spirit in North America. The Spaniards brought the distilling techniques (they learned from the Moors) when they conquered Mexico and started using local ingredients to make liquor, agave having an extremely high sugar content was perfect. Before the Spaniards, the locals made a low alcohol (3% or so) beverage from agave.
2) Mezcal and Tequila both have their own Domination of Origin status and protection
3) Mezcal came under certification by the Mexican government div. Comercom, in 2005. All Mezcal produced must now be 100% agave. Tequila dues not require 100% agave and as stated in some notes below, yes, they can cut it 49/51 % with other alcohol.
4) The AGAVE plant is a member of the Lily family- it is not a cactus. There are more than 400 varieties of agave woldwide.
5) Mezcal can legally be made from up to 28 recognized varieties of agave, including the Blue agave as long as it is grown in the proper region.
6) Mezcal can legally be produced in 7 states in Southern Mexico- the main one being Oaxaca.
7) Tequila was first produced in 1795 (approx) when Jose Cuervo applied to the Spanish govenment for a permit to make "Mezcal de Tequila".
8) Tequila can legally be produced in 6-7 states in Northen Mexico, main state being Jalisco
9) All MEZCAL must be bottled in Mexico
10) 85% of Tequila is shipped out of Mexico in bulk containers and then mixed and bottled with cheaper alcohols.
(the 100% agave tequilas are usually bottled in Mexico)
11) Tequila does NOT contain a worm, is only in Mezcal
12) The worm in Mezcal is a flavoring- not an aphrodisiac or anything of the sort. In Oaxaca, they use the agave worms in specialty foods (tacos) and also Sal de Gusano = Worm Salt. Note- we import the worm salt also, and use for rimming salts.
If you try a silver worm mezcal next to a no -worm mezcal, you can taste the difference.
13) Mezcals come in same agings as tequila.
Silver or Joven = freshly distilled and clear color
Reposado, rested in oak from 2-11 mos.
Anejo = aged 1 year or longer in oak.
Our top of the line Mezcal is aged 7 years and is triple distilled, it is more similar to a cognac than a tequila
14) Mezcal is smokier tasting than Tequila. Mezcal is produced in small batches, roasting the agave in an earth oven. So- the silver is even a bit smokey. Tequila is typically made in large industrial batches, and is steamed, not roasted so you don't get the smokey flavor assocatied with mezcal.
15) No chemicals are used in the production of Mezcal, natural yeast from the air is used to ferment and takes about 2 weeks. Most industrial batches of Tequila use chemicals to quicken the fermentation.
16) All certified Mezcal has a little green leaf symbol on the label and each producer has their NOM listed on each bottle.
Separate names with a comma.