11 thoughts on “Blue Sky Thinking

  1. Ollie Cromwell

    Marvellous weather.
    I have my East European gardener giving the lawns one last cut as we speak.
    Definitely a day for an early tincture this afternoon – Hendricks,cucumber and a Fever-tree or three methinks.

      1. Ollie Cromwell

        Sorry,can’t get my head around CDG.It’s got quite an oily taste which I find jarring on my sophisticated palate.
        I’m usually a Gordons’ man but I’ve fallen for Hendricks’ come-hither charms of late.

        1. Vanessa off the Telly

          All that Bulmers has scorched your palette Ollie

          CDG is a proper traditional gin
          Old Fashioned maybe with just a slice of lemon and none of your summer veg, or glasses like goblets

          I think I might start referring to it as the Missionary Position of gins

  2. Otis Blue

    Ollie, if I could be so bold as to recommend the Drumshanbo Gunpowder Irish Gin. It’s a fine tipple.

  3. Frank

    Nice to see that a general air of gin harmony has broken out across Broadsheet !
    Better than the serious slagging that occurs, most other times..
    F.
    PS.
    Tanqueray is my fav..

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