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Blanton's is very good bourbon!
McCallen 12 for scotch. Knob Creek single barrel 9 for Bourbon. You should be able to get both easily. Most other stuff mentioned is hard to get.
Sarah sorry about the Herpes.
Honey Wild Turkey or Bird Dog Blackberry Whiskey
I've always been partial to Glenlivet 12 yr. it's 50 bucks and the smoothest I've found
I dream of a day when chickens can cross the road without having their motives questioned.
I'm gong to lay out the football schedule for the next 5 years, show me one, just one game Ohio State fans would find acceptable to lose.
Noah's Mill Bourbon. If you find it buy it. Pappy van winkle 20 year- yum. I think it's better than the 23 year.
This post was edited by bbuck 18 months ago
Had Oban 14yr tonight. Fantastic
Elijah Craig is a staple now in my home. 1792 is wonderful if you haven't had it.
Just finished a Japanese whiskey Yamazaki and it was so smooth I had half a bottle last Saturday.
Will be moving to the Eagle Reserve this coming weekend.
This post was edited by TexasBucknut 16 months ago
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder
You can't go wrong with Blanton's. Coolest looking bottle on the shelf. Perhaps a bit overrated in taste, but everybody loves a pour from that bottle. I can hardly bring myself to drink mine as I just like seeing that bottle in my bar.
I'd also suggest Templeton Rye. If your buddy likes Rye he will love the Templeton. It comes from Iowa and has the added back story of supposedly being the preferred speakeasy drink of Al Capone.
Bulleit, Woodford, Makers 46 and Makers are all my regular bourbons. Wasn't a huge fan until I moved to Cincinnati a couple years back and now that's basically all I drink.
Oban 14yr old Scotch is delightful. I had a chance to visit the distillery this past summer. It is literally a stone's throw from the sea on the Western coast of Scotland. The sleepy little town of Oban also has some terrific seafood.
This thread separates the men from the boys.
The words Scotch and Bourbon give me goosebumps....in a good way
I started on Scotch: Glenvlivet 12yr and Glenfiddich but Glenvlivet 18, Oban 14 year, Glenmorangie all tasty. Single Malt is best...but the staples (Dewars, Johnnie Walker all good blended daily drinking Scotch Whiskey.........but then i found Bourbon and that is basically THE SHIT, period
I was always a Jim Beam drinker through college (white label) but I soon found the Kentucky Bourbon Festival...Yes folks, the KENTUCKY BOURBON FESTIVAL. If any of you have not heard of it or have heard of it and not attended you must put it on the list and go..one word....HEAVEN. Great festival....great people, plenty to of activities to attend, Distilleries to visit....shit tons of drinking to do. If anyone goes and needs guidance I will be glad to offer my experiences as help.
My top Bourbons: (in no particular order because i do not discriminate when it comes to Bourbon, that would be stupid).
1. Blanton's (made by Buffalo Trace)
2. Four Roses (all 3: yellow label is good and cheap, Single Barrell is awesome, Small Batch is good)
2. Makers Mark (including Makers 46)
3. Eagle Rare
4. Jim Beam (Black Label, Basil Hayden, Devil's Cut, Knob Creek)
5. Buffalo Trace (regulare BT, Any of the Pappy Van Winkles)
7. Angels Envy (new)
8. Every day drinking bourbons (or ones I mix with coke or somethign: Evan Williams, Ezra Brooks, Jim Beam white label)
9. Elmer T Lee
I know i am probably missing a few but god damn Bourbon is good people!!!!!!!!!
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