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Discussion in 'Stafford Chat' started by That-Crazy-Rat-Lady, Jul 2, 2017.
I dunno, cave in on soda water and before you know it people will be wanting stuff like lager too!
Would go well with the double vision......
This is the best sheepishly emerging from bed emoji I could find...
I thought it was you! But I was already a bottle of wine under so wasn't 100% sure (on anything really)
You should have said hi!
Too late now! I already made a tit of myself !
I had a great evening (perhaps too great...) the atmosphere, setting and everything the the Gin Bar was great - just the bar man was an ass.
To be honest I don't have a clue what the difference is between soda water and tonic water so would have been happy with a dash of that instead but his attitude was 'It's not on the menu - you can't have it - you know nothing about gin cocktails so sit down and shut up'
I ended up in the Swan who made my drink beautifully!
I wasn't sure either! Also a few drinks down and still recovering from Friday night, so thought it best not to in case it wasn't you....
Good. Probably not before a day at work though......
As long as it was a great one and not one of the long-tailed bastards that bang on your windows for weeks on end.
The fresh air will do you good.
No7 is my favourite pub in Stafford and I've never had any issue with the customer service here or at the floodgate.
Hope your not implying that we don't collect the empty glasses at The Swan!
Just admiring your choice in table decor
It doesn't seem to be a very common opinion these days but I'm going to say it anyway. If there's only one type of alcohol in your drink, its not an effing cocktail. All the fancy mixers and fruit in the world doesn't make it a cocktail. Its a gin and mixer. And £6 is too expensive for a gin and mixer, no matter how fancy the fruit is.
Thanks @That-Crazy-Rat-Lady your opening post has made my day
Any chance you could make one for me?
I disagree ..
..if it keeps certain people away it's value for money
Can I nominate this as Post of the Month? Strong contender for Post of the Year!
Anyone tried the Artisan Tap ?
( Stoke )
Sounds nice - what was it called?
:::scurries off to check location of bottle of gin left from my mother's last visit::::
I found this recipe (among others of course). The site I used is www.Yummly.co
Minty Gin Ricky
1/2 lime cut into 4 wedges
small handful of fresh mint leaves
3 tablespoons gin
1 tablespoon lime juice
Put the lime wedges in a highball glass and use a muddler to crush the limes.
Add the mint leaves and gently muddle again. You want to lightly bruise the mint, but you don't want to tear it into little bits.
Fill the glass with ice and then pour in the gin and lime juice. Top it off with club soda. Give it a stir to combine and then garnish with a sprig of mint.