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Wish I could drink bourbon. That’s the first thing I ever got beyond chit faced with and haven’t been able to touch it since. Damn bad breakups
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Let me know how the Col Taylor is?

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F You! Iím so jealous of the Stagg, report back when you crack it open. Iíve read It drinks hot, and it only gets better with air time, it may be worth decanting it.
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... but I'm just not a fan of bourbons which is pitiful given my location in the middle of the bourbon capital of the world.
My how times change over the course of 1.5yrs. I now make it a point to keep a bottle of Weller at all times. At this time, its absolutely my favorite. Its hard to find around here though because everyone else likes it but it only comes out in limited batches apparently. In fact, over the last year I've only found it once. And that was just by asking if they had any hidden anywhere and the guy went in the back and dug some out of a fresh shipment from that day. Every other time and place I was a day late and dollar short - sold out. A lot of the managers and workers will stash it for themselves or their buddies so it never even hits the shelf when a shipment comes in.

When I can't find Weller or don't want to drink myself out of it, next favorite is probably Woodford Reserve or Angels Envy. AE is a good bit more expensive so I stick to Woodford. Its whiskey, but I do like Crown Royal & Seagrams 7 too. Makers 46 is good too.

I've tried Bulleitt Bourbon and wasn't that big of a fan. Admittedly, I don't like strong flavored bourbons. And 99% of the time I mix with a diet dew anyway. Just haven't developed that knack for drinking it straight, on the rocks or neat.

If I'm just drinking to feel it, I know it's not quality and is sacreligious, but I love a peach flavored bourbon (Bird Dog is the best of these to me) in a diet dew. Sooo good and the only way you know you're mixing the drink stronger is it tastes more like peach.

Still need to try a bunch more. I tend to like the wheated bourbons best as the rye based bourbons tend to have a more strong flavor to me.
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I've had more than my share of Evan Williams Green Label (but not enough) mixed with Diet Coke. For sippin' I like Makers Mark and George Dickel (80 proof).
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F You! Iím so jealous of the Stagg, report back when you crack it open. Iíve read It drinks hot, and it only gets better with air time, it may be worth decanting it.


Just kidding. Will do. I'm a little hesitant to open the bottle, it's so hard to find.
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I've had more than my share of Evan Williams Green Label (but not enough) mixed with Diet Coke. For sippin' I like Makers Mark and George Dickel (80 proof).
I love some George Dickel white label. I used to have a half gallon of it, but my dad really likes cooking his ribs with it.
Here lately, I've been on a Wild Turkey kick though.

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get some good small batch HIGH WEST up here if you want me to mail some out? I work with a guy from NY and when they go home to visit they bring a few bottles of the small batch from the distillery in Park City and have got as much as $1,000 for a bottle when they get there as the bar tenders would buy it off them so they can sell the expensive shots of it in the bars. The small batch runs out quickly here so they cant send any out there as a distributor would. Thats the story i get anyway.
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You whiskey lovers should try a bottle of Strong, it's made right here in Madras Oregon with pure Opal Springs water, it is smooth and close to $50 a bottle, They also made one called Stronger, It's 97.5 proof and also very smooth. They were $97 a bottle for the ones offered during to full eclipse which went directly overhead of the distillery. Those are gone, new price is $67 or so a bottle as soon as the OLCC approves the new price. They also offer a pure Rye for $37 a bottle. Also very smooth.

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