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Taps86 Offline
#1 Posted:
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1. The Glenlivet Nàdurra Triumph







Beer
shaun341 Offline
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this would have came in handy for me a couple months ago for which bourbons I wanted to seek out. I am thinking that vodka sounds like the drink of choice for summer. just finished off a bottle of Titos tonight.
Taps86 Offline
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Sorry!
Taps86 Offline
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2. The Glenlivet 18yr.
Whistlebritches Offline
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Larceny........excellent value whisky.


Ron
whtwtrman79 Offline
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4. woodford reserve
itsawaldo Offline
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Basil Hayden's at a hotel bar.
frankj1 Offline
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just finishing a really nice Four Roses Small batch. Really good.
engletl Offline
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Tonight is Bushmills
yesterday was home distillation Apple Pie by whtwtrman
Taps86 Offline
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Been a tough week for me. Between the MIL and my air conditioner quitting on me last night. Going to be drinking Bourbon and Scotch all day long it looks like. Just added some blantons to an Iced Starbucks Coffee.
Whistlebritches Offline
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I'm thinking Basil Hayden tonite.If I should have a change of heart it'll be Garrison Brothers.....fixin to head to Abilene I'll pick up another bottle while there.


Ron
05busa Offline
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I cant find the basil here so i guess ill use some buffalo
smokestaxx Offline
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Whistlebritches wrote:
Larceny........excellent value whisky.


Ron

+1 a while back i had a rebate for when i bought a fifth. Ended up getting the bottle for like $7
dpnewell Offline
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Probably more of that Elmer T Lee that Frank sent me. Dang that's some good bourbon.
Thunder.Gerbil Offline
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Don't really like whiskey, but I had a glass of MM for Nick about a week ago.
smokestaxx Offline
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dpnewell wrote:
Probably more of that Elmer T Lee that Frank sent me. Dang that's some good bourbon.

Ive said before, but yes that is some dam good stuff.
TheSmokensip Offline
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A dram of Makers 46..not bad ..but not great..IMOMellow
itsawaldo Offline
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Jack Daniels. I know very pedestrian but I can down it like water and I need that after the week I had.
wheelrite Offline
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Just about to pour three fingers of Makers Mark
one ice cube...


wheel,
Taps86 Offline
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wheelrite wrote:
Just about to pour three fingers of Makers Mark
one ice cube...


wheel,



These are a life saver. I love these.

http://www.thewhiskeyball.com/
shaun341 Offline
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Johnny walker red money sent me
shaun341 Offline
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Busa they should have basil at the Joe canals in vineland. They have at the one down my way
sd72 Offline
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Somewhere around ...


20.jim beam at a kid bar on UofM campus. With a few 22oz Oberon and a 6er of miller lite for the ride home. Only 80 miles.
wheelrite Offline
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Taps86 wrote:
These are a life saver. I love these.

http://www.thewhiskeyball.com/


they are I have a couple a botl sent me.


wheel,
frankj1 Offline
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Taps86 wrote:
These are a life saver. I love these.

http://www.thewhiskeyball.com/

you've told me about these twice, tomorrow I order a couple! just seems so much better than cheap plastic ones.
crgcpro Offline
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It's not Whiskey but my buddy and I just drank the whole bottle of Dripping Springs Vodka that Tyler sent me last week. Very good Vodka.

Thanks,

Pro
crgcpro Offline
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wheelrite wrote:
Just about to pour three fingers of Makers Mark
one ice cube...


wheel,



I bought the Whisky rocks from Wine and More. Got the big ones and medium ones. Perfect with Whiskey or Scotch!
frankj1 Offline
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entry level Four Roses Manhattan, first time with blood orange bitters...nice difference.
wheelrite Offline
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crgcpro wrote:
It's not Whiskey but my buddy and I just drank the whole bottle of Dripping Springs Vodka that Tyler sent me last week. Very good Vodka.

Thanks,

Pro


My fav Vodka....

itsawaldo Offline
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wheelrite wrote:
My fav Vodka....



They better have it at the hotel bar tonight, I want to try it.

Wish I had time to get up north Wheel, I'm at a hotel near the airport for a conference the next couple nights.

Dinners are planned so I can't get away but ill try your vodka while I'm here.
Taps86 Offline
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GETCHA SHINE ON!!!!
frankj1 Offline
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I'm eyeballing the Rittenhouse rye and thinking about what to smoke that will match up with that spice.
Such a problem!
wheelrite Offline
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itsawaldo wrote:
They better have it at the hotel bar tonight, I want to try it.

Wish I had time to get up north Wheel, I'm at a hotel near the airport for a conference the next couple nights.

Dinners are planned so I can't get away but ill try your vodka while I'm here.


Awesome Waldo....

How far south of me are you ?


wheel,
Rexinator989 Offline
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Bulliet Bourbon
Whistlebritches Offline
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Basil Hayden........
mikey1597 Offline
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wheelrite wrote:
Awesome Waldo....

How far south of me are you ?


wheel,



Or me, or BJ, or a whole crapload of us.
robertsccr5 Offline
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JUST BOUGHT MY FIRST EVER SCOTCH!!

super beginner with the Glenlivet 12.
wheelrite Offline
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robertsccr5 wrote:
JUST BOUGHT MY FIRST EVER SCOTCH!!

super beginner with the Glenlivet 12.


Glenlivet 12 is nice,,,

well done,,,

wheel,
robertsccr5 Offline
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Not sure how I'm going to like it but I'll never know until I try. I'm a jack n coke kinda guy.
itsawaldo Offline
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wheelrite wrote:
Awesome Waldo....

How far south of me are you ?


wheel,


Hey guys im in the Trinity and 360 area.

Host took us to Joe Garcias last night in Ft Worth

Thread jack off!

Im back to Jack Daniels the remainder of this trip.
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Had a couple inches of Woodford Double Oaked that my son gave me for Fathers Day......good Bourbon!

This was last night....lol
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Knob Creek last night.

My brother sent me an engraved bottle of Woodford Reserve Double Oaked for my birthday (50th). Fixin' to open that up on the 4th with family.
Taps86 Offline
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Glenlivet 15yr.
Whistlebritches Offline
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robertsccr5 wrote:
Not sure how I'm going to like it but I'll never know until I try. I'm a jack n coke kinda guy.



Well since we haven't heard from you since that last post I'm going to assume all that good whisky(not JD)sent you into shock.Once you recover I highly recommend Balvenie Doublewood....between this and Macallan's this is what fine whisky was meant to be.

I used to drink Glenlivet fairly regularly til I stumbled upon the two mentioned above.Glenlivet has that very faint amount of peat and an even more subtle amount of smoke.I detest both in any amount........The two mentioned above contain none of either.....Just stonefruit,a little citrus(Macallan's)and tons of whisky goodness.

BTW if your into peat,smoke,iodine and phenol I recommend Laphroiag.....It makes me wanna hurl.But whatever floats YOUR boat is fine indeed.


Ron
Whistlebritches Offline
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Oh yea....I been knocking out Larceny 750 ML at a time.This is some great bourbon for 25 bones.


Ron
Taps86 Offline
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Whistlebritches wrote:
Well since we haven't heard from you since that last post I'm going to assume all that good whisky(not JD)sent you into shock.Once you recover I highly recommend Balvenie Doublewood....between this and Macallan's this is what fine whisky was meant to be.

I used to drink Glenlivet fairly regularly til I stumbled upon the two mentioned above.Glenlivet has that very faint amount of peat and an even more subtle amount of smoke.I detest both in any amount........The two mentioned above contain none of either.....Just stonefruit,a little citrus(Macallan's)and tons of whisky goodness.

BTW if your into peat,smoke,iodine and phenol I recommend Laphroiag.....It makes me wanna hurl.But whatever floats YOUR boat is fine indeed.


Ron



Agree with you 100%.


I wont never have Glenlivet on hand though. Balvenie is a nice sit down drink. Just doesn't do it for me after a hard day of work. Only one to take that edge of for me is Glenlivet.
Taps86 Offline
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Whistlebritches wrote:
Oh yea....I been knocking out Larceny 750 ML at a time.This is some great bourbon for 25 bones.


Ron



You should give Ezra a try.
Whistlebritches Offline
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Taps86 wrote:
You should give Ezra a try.



I'll keep that in mind.


Ron
stogiemonger Offline
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Enjoying some Basil Hayden for the first time. Very nice.
itsawaldo Offline
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^ I like it!

Jack Daniels my old friend.
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