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Old 02-08-2007, 04:27 PM   #1
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Jim Beam and "Shine" (split)

It's the bourbon, Uncle Bob. Best Southern remedy for what ails all of y'all's parts.

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Old 02-08-2007, 06:09 PM   #2
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It's the bourbon, Uncle Bob. Best Southern remedy for what ails all of y'all's parts.


I know that!!!! But I was keeping it a secret...Now the demand will go up and the price I have to pay will increase Oh well...lets see..Tennessee wiskey works.. as does all of the Single Malts..and white wiskey is good too...The Kentucky top shelf bourbons do not..repeat do not work as well
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that white whiskey (as in 'shine?) will erase all of y'all's parts...........
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that white whiskey (as in 'shine?) will erase all of y'all's parts...........

"Shine"? No No...I was talking Gin, Vodka, etc...The other will make you howl at the moon however!
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Old 02-08-2007, 06:28 PM   #5
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Speaking of bourbon...my boss got a bottle of Jim Beam from a client and just gave it to me because he said "I'll never drink it, but at least you might cook with it."

I'll take it, but I don't know much cooking I'll do with it...
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Silver...

Would that be a White label or a Black label on the bottle??
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Old 02-08-2007, 08:26 PM   #7
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Nice idea Loprraine,
but he still has to count carbs..If he wants to lower b/g's and triglycerides, testing ourselves and finding out the carb count in what we eat is important...Certain veggies do have a higher carb count than other..Now the Jim Beam

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Would that be a White label or a Black label on the bottle??
It is, in fact, the white label. I understand this to be their lower grade bourbon, best used for shots and mixers and not meant to be sipped or served over ice.

In any event, it's a free 1.14L of booze. Who am I to say no?
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It is, in fact, the white label. I understand this to be their lower grade bourbon, best used for shots and mixers and not meant to be sipped or served over ice.

In any event, it's a free 1.14L of booze. Who am I to say no?
Yes.. Jim Beam White is 4 year old...as opposed to the Black being 8 years old. Jim Beam Brand (distillery) make several bourbons...Old Grand Dad 114(proof) is nice. The white label is by far their "bread and butter" item...The black label is fairly new on the market and is a pretty good middle shelf bourbon.

Free makes it's really good!!! Over ice you might enjoy it...let the ice melt a bit....and everytime you take a sip...think FREE!!!
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