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gummy jones Offline
#3851 Posted:
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Gentleman Jack
Palama Offline
#3852 Posted:
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namadio wrote:
Which Pact? What are your thoughts?


Pact 1

Good but not worth the coin.
Palama Offline
#3853 Posted:
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Booker's - Bluegill Creek

Celebtating MIL's 91st birthday at The Willows. Pretty surprised they had it.
SmokeMonkey Offline
#3854 Posted:
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Glenfiddich 14

Glenfiddich 12
Palama Offline
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Managed to find a bottle of Elijah Craig Single Barrel 18 on Friday. Probably more expen$ive here in Hawaii than elsewhere but knew if I didn't get it then, who knows when I'd have another chance? Cracked it open after lunch today and had a sample pour. Can't wait for dinner and a full shot.
gummy jones Offline
#3856 Posted:
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I found the 18 a year ago for $100 after tax
No regrets
gummy jones Offline
#3857 Posted:
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Knob creek 100
frankj1 Offline
#3858 Posted:
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Elijah Craig, like Four Roses, produces some great bourbons
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Bushmills 21 single malt
Burner02 Offline
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Palama wrote:
Managed to find a bottle of Elijah Craig Single Barrel 18 on Friday. Probably more expen$ive here in Hawaii than elsewhere but knew if I didn't get it then, who knows when I'd have another chance? Cracked it open after lunch today and had a sample pour. Can't wait for dinner and a full shot.


You will enjoy. I found my bottle in the Sip back in Dec for $118. Last bottle and gave it to my self for Christmas.
frankj1 Offline
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Burner02 wrote:
You will enjoy. I found my bottle in the Sip back in Dec for $118. Last bottle and gave it to my self for Christmas.

not so secret Santa...were you surprised when you woke up Christmas morning?
Burner02 Offline
#3862 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
not so secret Santa...were you surprised when you woke up Christmas morning?



Totally
frankj1 Offline
#3863 Posted:
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Burner02 wrote:
Totally

you've given me a great idea for Chanukkah...
hmmm, 8 days.
thanks!
Palama Offline
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Burner02 wrote:
You will enjoy. I found my bottle in the Sip back in Dec for $118. Last bottle and gave it to my self for Christmas.


So far so good. Son enjoyed it too...daughter not so much. Was pricey but don't regret getting it.
Burner02 Offline
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Palama wrote:
So far so good. Son enjoyed it too...daughter not so much. Was pricey but don't regret getting it.


According to a few reviews it is a better bottle than the 23yo. Some seem to think the additional five years were just to much time in the barrel.
Palama Offline
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Burner02 wrote:
According to a few reviews it is a better bottle than the 23yo. Some seem to think the additional five years were just to much time in the barrel.


Knowing me, I would still get the 23 if the opportunity presented itself (...but that's a BIG IF...).
Palama Offline
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Kalifornia Bourbon Whiskey

Thanks again Delta!
jwendell72 Offline
#3868 Posted:
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Wild Turkey Rye
SmokeMonkey Offline
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Glenfiddich 12 last night
mikey1597 Offline
#3870 Posted:
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Had a little Woodford last night,,, sure slept good
Plowboy221 Offline
#3871 Posted:
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Tyrconnell 10yr port cask finish
SmokeMonkey Offline
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Glenfiddich 15 Solera
Speyside Offline
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NV Joseph Drouhin, Marc de Bourgogne, Clos des Mouches, France.
frankj1 Offline
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Speyside wrote:
NV Joseph Drouhin, Marc de Bourgogne, Clos des Mouches, France.

wine thread?
Speyside Offline
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No, didn't know where to list it. A rather unique Eau de Vie. A fruit brandy made from Pinot Noir and Chardonay grapes from a Premiur Cru vinyard in Beaune France. Very fine Burgundy is made there also, so there certainly is a wine connection.
Choooch Offline
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Woodford double oaked.
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Makers Mark
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Speyside wrote:
No, didn't know where to list it. A rather unique Eau de Vie. A fruit brandy made from Pinot Noir and Chardonay grapes from a Premiur Cru vinyard in Beaune France. Very fine Burgundy is made there also, so there certainly is a wine connection.



Sounds tasty Monsieur....but it sure as hell ain't whiskey!!! fog LOL




My son came home from traveling with friends today and brought the Old Man a bottle of rye I'd not heard of,
A.D. LAWS Secale Straight Rye 375 ml. Looking forward to trying it with him!!!!

Tonight, Elijah Craig....what a lovely bourbon

Palama Offline
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Sazerac
namadio Offline
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Speyside wrote:
No, didn't know where to list it. A rather unique Eau de Vie. A fruit brandy made from Pinot Noir and Chardonay grapes from a Premiur Cru vinyard in Beaune France. Very fine Burgundy is made there also, so there certainly is a wine connection.


I made a brandy thread somewhere!!!
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Glenfiddich 12
SmokeMonkey Offline
#3882 Posted:
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Followed up with Speyburn 10
Speyside Offline
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Canadian Club, Small Batch Classic, 12 year.
ZRX1200 Offline
#3884 Posted:
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Evan Williams small batch
Palama Offline
#3885 Posted:
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EC18
namadio Offline
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Hit some orphans last night. Old Blowhard and Lost Prophet.

SmokeMonkey wrote:
Glenfiddich 12

I thought i posted this yesterday but dont see it...

After having the 12, 14, and 15 which is your favorite expression from the best distillery in dufftown?

The 15 was the first scotch I really liked. The 21 was too sweet from the rum casks. I spent quite abit on the 19yr Age of Discovery as it was aged in bourbon barrels as well. liked it very much but the cost was steep. They released the 14 shortly after that but i never tried it.
Choooch Offline
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Wellers
Makers Mark 46
Wheated bourbons are a nice change of pace
SmokeMonkey Offline
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namadio wrote:
Hit some orphans last night. Old Blowhard and Lost Prophet.


I thought i posted this yesterday but dont see it...

After having the 12, 14, and 15 which is your favorite expression from the best distillery in dufftown?

The 15 was the first scotch I really liked. The 21 was too sweet from the rum casks. I spent quite abit on the 19yr Age of Discovery as it was aged in bourbon barrels as well. liked it very much but the cost was steep. They released the 14 shortly after that but i never tried it.


Of those 3, I'd have to go with the 12. The 14, for me, gets a strange taste from the bourbon barrels. The 15 is just an odd flavor as well. That said, while I'd not purchase them again, I am enjoying them more than I did before taking a few months off from drinking. I suspect you'd like the 14 quite a bit.

However, to give you context, I am a big fan of the 21 and Balvenie Caribbean Cask, so my tastes tend towards the sweeter expressions.
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I have a sample of the caribbean cask somewhere. I'll have to give it a shot.

I had bad experiences with Rum and the smell of it just turns my stomach to this day. For the most part i really enjoy unpeated, sherried scotches. I picked the glenfiddich 15 and AoD aged in bourbon barrels to aid my transition from bourbon to scotch. I'll have to revisit both as I"m not sure they are what I'd prefer any longer.

SINGLE BARREL SOIREE TONIGHT GUNNA DO SUM DRINKIN!
gummy jones Offline
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Elijah Craig sb
Knob creek rye
NapalmMan67 Offline
#3891 Posted:
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Mac 12
frankj1 Offline
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Four roses Small Batch
Palama Offline
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Hudson Baby Bourbon
Burner02 Offline
#3894 Posted:
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Belvenie 15 S/B Sherry Cask
frankj1 Offline
#3895 Posted:
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Elijah Craig Small Batch
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#3896 Posted:
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Rebel Yell
Burner02 Offline
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Old Weller Antique
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A few I had while I was on my "ban":

Arberlour 12
Macallan 12
Lagavulin 16
Ardbeg Uigeadail The Ultimate
Jonnie Walker Platinum
Glenmorangie The Original 10
Choooch Offline
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Angels Envy Rye finished in rum barrels.
Wow this is really good if you like your whiskey on the sweet side.
NapalmMan67 Offline
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Struggled through another few fingers of Makers last night. Sickamp;


Be so damn glad when this bottle is done and gone.
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