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Favorite Bourbon

Discussion in 'Cooking & Spirits' started by onepixel, Jul 12, 2006.

  1. tarior

    tarior Dirty pool, old man? Subscriber

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    I just recently bought a 2 pack, one each of Bulleit rye and bourbon. Both are pretty nice.
     

     

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  2. swamppirate

    swamppirate Addicted Member

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    Two fingers of Blanton’s....
     
  3. david1111

    david1111 Active Member

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    I find the Bulleit to be a tad light for my taste. I still enjoy it, but my preference is for a deeper flavor if available.

    Dave
     
  4. tarior

    tarior Dirty pool, old man? Subscriber

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    So many great whiskys and other spirits, only one liver. :-(
     
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  5. musichal

    musichal poet emeritus Subscriber

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    I have some Buffalo Trace been sittin' in a drawer for years - ever since I was dx'd with Hep C, which has been cured, thanks to advances in pharmaceuticals. Liver damage ain' no joke. Never was a real big drinker, but I do like the taste of bourbon. Reading about the brands you guys like makes me wish I could try 'em out, but that's not hapnin'. I find other ways to feed that demon that don't bother my liver, or what I have left of one. Miss beer also. Liked Grolsch.
     
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  6. tarior

    tarior Dirty pool, old man? Subscriber

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    I'm sad for you, friend. Though I suppose that day will come for all of us eventually.
     
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  7. david1111

    david1111 Active Member

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    Yeah, sorry to hear that musichal. But yer right, there's lots of other things to enjoy.
    Some of the euro brewers make a pretty good non-alcohlic beer. Becks or Heineken etc. A waittess accidentally served me a n/a beer once, and I was almost halfway thru it before I noticed.
    And All I usually buy are the nice crisp, flavorful euro beers. They've been making them for 3 or 400 years (probably not the n/a beers), and the pricing is great for a premium beer. Tho I do love a Guiness occasionally. They should make a n/a Guiness.

    Dave
     
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  8. musichal

    musichal poet emeritus Subscriber

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    Honestly, my idea of a replacement led me to purchase a vaporizer, if you get my drift-cloud. Beats combustion by a mile. Packs two.
     
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  9. Pio1980

    Pio1980 AK Member Subscriber

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    Don't be sad for us, we have survived and have so many other pleasurable possibilities for life's joys. Enjoy yours in our stead with our blessing.
     
  10. swamppirate

    swamppirate Addicted Member

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    A good evening for sipping bourbon, cold and wet! What are y’all having?
     
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  11. david1111

    david1111 Active Member

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    Damn, I ran out of Jim Beam Black, so I'm just sippin' some Forty Creek Copper Pot rye whisky at the moment.
    Still good ... a bit sweet ... but still good.
    Nice full flavor, and 43%. (86 proof).

    Dave
     

     

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  12. swamppirate

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    Lucked up and found some Weller special reserve. A wheat mash bill should be very mild. Can’t wait to try it.
     
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  13. swamppirate

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    Eagle Rare in Macallan glass!
     
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  15. swamppirate

    swamppirate Addicted Member

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    I am a wheat mash bill fan. I would like to try that, but have never seen it in my parts!
     
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    mkane AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Give me your address and I'll ship you a bottle.
     
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  17. +48V

    +48V hi-fi or die

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    Yeller 12? That bottle looks too familiar.
    :idea:

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