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Old 05-31-2008, 05:27 PM   #31
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ooops..meant tsp.

I almost never type teaspoon out as a measurement.. Yes a tablespoon pretty much kills it..

I really need to preview my posts..
A teaspoon is mo better....That would put your 100 proof Knobb Creek down to about 90 proof...Still good (neat) sipping whiskey. Next pour...just add a few drops...that all it takes sometimes to open up the flavors..

Enjoy In Moderation!!
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Old 06-02-2008, 05:14 AM   #32
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Basil Hayden, mmmmmm hmmmm, it's like s*x in a glass...

I'm going to have to try some of the others mentioned, but it'll take something special to replace the Basil!


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Old 06-02-2008, 05:24 AM   #33
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a bigger glass?
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Old 06-03-2008, 05:02 AM   #34
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hahaha I'd make a comment about size not mattering, but would hate to get into trouble or censored or chastised ...


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Old 08-15-2008, 03:18 PM   #35
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Truer words have nver been spoken.........

Miss June if you liked the Single Barrel Jack...next time try some George Dickel Barrel Select. Of the two Tenneessee Whiskeys (not bourbons) The Dickel is pure nectar...You'll be pouring the JD on fire ant hills...


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Hrmm... so Dickel Barrel select is better than JD single barrel? I really hate regular ole JD, but I quite like their single barrel.

For bourbon, Elijah Craig is my mainstay for affordable. If I have a little more money (or a good bit more), I like Pappy Van Winkle's. I was kind of disappointed with Blanton's. I had Booker's right after it and liked it about as much as Blanton's. It's not that they were bad, I guess I had just built them up from what others had told me.
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Old 08-15-2008, 04:02 PM   #36
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Hrmm... so Dickel Barrel select is better than JD single barrel? I really hate regular ole JD, but I quite like their single barrel.
Yep...IMHO there is nothing but pure "swill" coming out of the Lynchburg Distillery these days! The vast majority of bourbon drinkers I know prefer The Dickel expressions when they need theirTenneesee Whiskey fix!

In the end....Drink what you like, and what you can afford!

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Bourbon and Scotch; Whats the difference?
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Old 09-17-2008, 08:06 AM   #38
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Bourbon and Scotch; Whats the difference?
I hate sending people to Google, and wikipedia but....If you will Google "Bourbon Whiskey wikipedia", and the same for Scotch you will find acceptable information on the two whiskeys.

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If you want a bourbon with a completely different (but in my opinion Really good) edge on it. Try Elijah Craig 18yo.

It's one that you will either like or you won't. Do NOT add water to it, it will go bitter...
+1000. This is my new favorite bourbon. Amazing stuff.
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