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Old 12-31-2012, 08:11 PM   #155
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As we can plainly see, there are as many favorites as there are drinkers, and options! Whatever your choice - have a dram tonight for New Years, and/or Hogmanay but be safe!
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Maybe an occasional Makers Mark but still prefer Old Bushmills Black Label

I'm betting I could gather a taste for that.
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Like Julia Child says "I cook with wine, sometimes I even put it in the food."
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Like Julia Child says "I cook with wine, sometimes I even put it in the food."

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I know this is an old thread, but still feel compelled to post...

The Colorado whiskeys are really making a mark. Fireside, Tincup and Breckenridge are very good. I prefer them on the rocks.

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I know this is an old thread, but still feel compelled to post...

The Colorado whiskeys are really making a mark. Fireside, Tincup and Breckenridge are very good. I prefer them on the rocks.

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Old 08-22-2014, 09:57 PM   #162
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My favorite is Eagle Rare, from Buffalo Trace distillery. Although I just picked up a bottle of Larceny in Chicago this week that is very good also, and only $20.
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Reading this tread has made me thirsty. I would say my favorite had to be in liquid form but that is not totally true. Frozen cubes and jell shots are ok. Cheers.
They are also colorful.
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I've found a couple of new favorites lately.

If you like Ryes try Pendleton 1910.

My new favorite single malt is Balvenie Caribbean Cask

There are a TON of "artisan ryes" that have come out lately with labels that will fool you. Most are made at an old Seagrams distillery in southern Indiana. Some are actually pretty good, like Bulleit and Redemption, but don't get fooled thinking you are getting something really rare or hand-crafted. Check the label for the distillery.
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Since we've revived this lovely thread, I must mention that I've found store here in the US now carrying the "new" Glendronach. In general they age their whisky entirely in sherry butts, and it's a wonderful dram. I was fortunate enough to acquire the bottlings from old store that were sold when the new owners took over (before they became $1,000 bottles!) and was quite sad when it became super expensive and then disappeared, but the new stock has much the same flavor.

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I'm betting I could gather a taste for that.
I might like a little taste of Jameson Irish Whiskey. But in memory of my 97yr old Aunt that passed away last Tuesday Morning, She liked "Wild Turkey 101" 4 fingers over 4 Ice Cubes, with a cup of black coffee as a chaser.

Here's to you Aunt Edna.....you are in a better place.
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I might like a little taste of Jameson Irish Whiskey. But in memory of my 97yr old Aunt that passed away last Tuesday Morning, She liked "Wild Turkey 101" 4 fingers over 4 Ice Cubes, with a cup of black coffee as a chaser.

Here's to you Aunt Edna.....you are in a better place.
Cheers to Aunt Edna.
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Hmmm, 12:30 here so I too shall toast Aunt Edna.

No Wild Turkey so I will use "Canadian Maple" as a substitute.

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