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Palama Offline
#5601 Posted:
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FR Single Barrel Maisano's Private Selection OESV

Mahalos to Dan da Man!
Burner02 Offline
#5602 Posted:
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Good stuff!

Saw some info yesterday on the new FR 104 poof offering that will be released at the end of the month in KY. They indicated that it will be released in other markets soon and will be offered in six different recipes.
Cereal City Cigar Smoker Offline
#5603 Posted:
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Eagle Rare - meh ....
Whistlebritches Online
#5604 Posted:
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Cereal City Cigar Smoker wrote:
Eagle Rare - meh ....


Ditto...…….I just can't hardly choke this stuff down,to me taste like it's been filtered through dirty gym socks.What I cannot figure out is ER taste like nothing else in the Buffalo Trace lineup...……….thank God
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#5605 Posted:
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Whistlebritches wrote:
Ditto...…….I just can't hardly choke this stuff down,to me taste like it's been filtered through dirty gym socks.What I cannot figure out is ER taste like nothing else in the Buffalo Trace lineup...……….thank God


I've only begun my journey into bourbon as I prefer scotch. First time I had ER thought it was pretty good, but as I have broadened my bourbon experience, this is not nearly as good as EW and others .... Jury is still out on Weller.
Whistlebritches Online
#5606 Posted:
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Cereal City Cigar Smoker wrote:
I've only begun my journey into bourbon as I prefer scotch. First time I had ER thought it was pretty good, but as I have broadened my bourbon experience, this is not nearly as good as EW and others .... Jury is still out on Weller.


Have you tried Tennessee whisky?George Dickel #12 IMO is an excellent scotch crossover whisky......or GD Hand Selected Barrel if ya want to spend a little more.
Cereal City Cigar Smoker Offline
#5607 Posted:
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Whistlebritches wrote:
Have you tried Tennessee whisky?George Dickel #12 IMO is an excellent scotch crossover whisky......or GD Hand Selected Barrel if ya want to spend a little more.


Have not had that. I will put it on my list! Thanks! fog
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#5608 Posted:
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Ron knows stuff.
Burner02 Offline
#5609 Posted:
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Because he drinks.

Whistlebritches Online
#5610 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
Ron knows stuff.




Burner02 wrote:
Because he drinks.



Y'all know me too well
mjrburn Offline
#5611 Posted:
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Elijah Craig Small Batch
gummy jones Offline
#5612 Posted:
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Sazerac rye
csgamecock Offline
#5613 Posted:
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Just got back from a long weekend on the Bourbon trail
So needless to say my list would be WAY TOO LONG to list even if I remembered all of them.
But the top 3 from this weekend are as follows
1. George T. Stagg 2018 BTAC
2. Elijah Craig 18yr
3. 4R Brent Elliott selection

Best part of the weekend was getting a tour from Freddie Johnson at Buffalo Trace and him personally giving me an "A" Blanton's topper!

Just FYI if you don't know who he is watch the documentary "Neat" and you surely will afterwards
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csgamecock wrote:
Just got back from a long weekend on the Bourbon trail
So needless to say my list would be WAY TOO LONG to list even if I remembered all of them.
But the top 3 from this weekend are as follows
1. George T. Stagg 2018 BTAC
2. Elijah Craig 18yr
3. 4R Brent Elliott selection

Best part of the weekend was getting a tour from Freddie Johnson at Buffalo Trace and him personally giving me an "A" Blanton's topper!

Just FYI if you don't know who he is watch the documentary "Neat" and you surely will afterwards


Sounds like a great trip! Freddie Johnson was good on the bourbon pursuit podcast too
zody Offline
#5615 Posted:
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Larceny Kentucky Straight Bourbon
Sweetness is odd that it's 92 proof, wan't expecting it to be so sweet and smooth. At 90+ proof bourbon usually has a higher rye content and is spicier.
Burner02 Offline
#5616 Posted:
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^ It is the wheat.

Talisker Distillers Edition
csgamecock Offline
#5617 Posted:
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Very Old Barton BIB
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#5618 Posted:
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Balvenie 16 Triple Wood
Balvenie Caribbean Cask
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#5619 Posted:
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Schnucks Private Stock
csgamecock Offline
#5620 Posted:
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Redbreast 12yr
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#5621 Posted:
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Schnucks Private Reserve, bottled at heaven hill and for ten bucks a bottle I’m enjoying it.
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#5622 Posted:
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Stock*/not Reserve
zody Offline
#5623 Posted:
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Burner02 wrote:
^ It is the wheat.

Talisker Distillers Edition


Good to know, haven't had a wheated bourbon before

Bushmills Black Bush - decent Irish for a decent price, actually got some taste to it.
mjrburn Offline
#5624 Posted:
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Wild Turkey Longbranch
Burner02 Offline
#5625 Posted:
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zody wrote:
Bushmills Black Bush - decent Irish for a decent price, actually got some taste to it.


If you like Irish whisky, give the Bushmill's 16 single malt a try. They also offer a 10 and 21. I have had the 21 but not the 10. The 21 is good but don't know if it is worth the price difference over the 16.
mjrburn Offline
#5626 Posted:
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EW 1783, a recommendation from c3s and a damned good one!
SmokeMonkey Offline
#5627 Posted:
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Laphroaig Quarter Cask
Talisker Skye

Saying farewell to peated scotches for the season on what is likely the last “chilly” weekend in North Central Alabama.
Plowboy221 Offline
#5628 Posted:
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Carstairs White Seal
Burner02 Offline
#5629 Posted:
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Last night,

Knob Creek 25th Anniversary
csgamecock Offline
#5630 Posted:
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Smooth Ambler Contradiction

A wheater blend......taking a bit to get use to it, but it seems having the bottle open for a few weeks has helped it.
Palama Offline
#5631 Posted:
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Jim Beam Distiller’s Cut

First time with this. Pretty tasty. For under $17, out the door, I should get a couple more bottles.
Burner02 Offline
#5632 Posted:
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Last night,

Oban 14
Plowboy221 Offline
#5633 Posted:
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Evan Williams (black label), last night
Burner02 Offline
#5634 Posted:
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2017 OF Birthday Bourbon
Cereal City Cigar Smoker Offline
#5635 Posted:
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Glenlivet 12 paired with a Padron 75th! fog
ARN Offline
#5636 Posted:
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Longbranch
csgamecock Offline
#5637 Posted:
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Heaven Hill 6yr 90 proof.........good stuff!
Whistlebritches Online
#5638 Posted:
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csgamecock wrote:
Heaven Hill 6yr 90 proof.........good stuff!



You D1ck!!!
Palama Offline
#5639 Posted:
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Whistlebritches wrote:
You D1ck!!!


Wassamatta, Chris didn’t send you one? Gonz
Whistlebritches Online
#5640 Posted:
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Palama wrote:
Wassamatta, Chris didn’t send you one? Gonz



Well sort of...…..he drank one of my two.But that's OK,Ima go to Kentucky and buy him two and drink one then we'll be even.LOL
Palama Offline
#5641 Posted:
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Whistlebritches wrote:
Well sort of...…..he drank one of my two.But that's OK,Ima go to Kentucky and buy him two and drink one then we'll be even.LOL


LOL LOL LOL
csgamecock Offline
#5642 Posted:
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Palama wrote:
LOL LOL LOL


In my defense he shouldn't have told me how good it is....... He's lucky to be getting the one :-"

Plus I picked them up out of the kindness of my heart for him....... I just took half of the kindness back LOL LOL
Whistlebritches Online
#5643 Posted:
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csgamecock wrote:
In my defense he shouldn't have told me how good it is....... He's lucky to be getting the one Whistle

Plus I picked them up out of the kindness of my heart for him....... I just took half of the kindness back LOL LOL



YOU D1CK!!!
zody Offline
#5644 Posted:
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Burner02 wrote:
If you like Irish whisky, give the Bushmill's 16 single malt a try. They also offer a 10 and 21. I have had the 21 but not the 10. The 21 is good but don't know if it is worth the price difference over the 16.

Awesome good to know. Tried it on a whim, I usually prefer scotch.

JP Wisers Canadian Rye.
Expected it to be rot gut, I'm pleasantly surprised. Not like a fine American rye, but at a little over 15 bucks for a bottle not BAD.
At 15 bucks I expect something I would use to clean grease with or sterilize a scalpel and forceps in a bad action movie.
dkeage Offline
#5645 Posted:
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Blantons.
Burner02 Offline
#5646 Posted:
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zody wrote:
Awesome good to know. Tried it on a whim, I usually prefer scotch.



If you enjoy single malt scotch, you should enjoy the single malt Irish IMHO.
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#5647 Posted:
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Picked up a bottle of Four Roses Small Batch Select yesterday. Haven't tried yet. Anyone?
csgamecock Offline
#5648 Posted:
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dkeage wrote:
Picked up a bottle of Four Roses Small Batch Select yesterday. Haven't tried yet. Anyone?


Only released in certain states KY, TX, GA, CA, NY......so unless I go to GA I won't find any.

I heard retail is around $60 and tbh I can get 4RBP store picks around $60 to $70 ....... don't know if I'll be searching at that price for SB


Eagle Rare barrel pick
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#5649 Posted:
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The Northern Lights eh
mjrburn Offline
#5650 Posted:
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Blanton's Single Barrel Special Reserve 2016, a gift from a friend that visited the UK a couple of years ago. Applause
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