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Old 01-15-2010, 06:04 PM
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People that enjoy crown royal has also been known to enjoy a vintage toilet water also........Just sayin


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Danfields Private Reserve or any flavour of Gibson's Finest are my two choces of rye whiskeys.
The rest you can all clean your paint brushes with as far as I am concerned-especially Jack Daniels!!

Simon really likes to get after a bottle of Royal Rumble from time to time as well-warm, with no mix is his favorite.



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Old 01-15-2010, 08:13 PM
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Wild Turkey also makes a rye whiskey. It is pretty decent. Rare Breed is good. Jack has too much charcoal for me. We have Sun Drop in NC and it is the #1 chaser/mixer for bourbon. Hard to find it outside of NC.
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Old 01-15-2010, 08:33 PM
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Wild Turkey also makes a rye whiskey. It is pretty decent. Rare Breed is good. Jack has too much charcoal for me. We have Sun Drop in NC and it is the #1 chaser/mixer for bourbon. Hard to find it outside of NC.
man do I love some sun drop and wild turkey
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Old 01-15-2010, 09:10 PM
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Woodford is the most delicious thing on the planet!Second place is Makers mark, Buffalo Trace is pretty tasty too if you can find it. Um Im gonna poor some now,,,,
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Old 01-15-2010, 09:15 PM
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pendelton whiskey. try it
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Old 01-15-2010, 09:41 PM
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Beam gets my vote.
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Old 01-15-2010, 09:52 PM
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Anyone ever try Old Whiskey River?
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Been a blended scotch drinker most of my life but have gotten into Black Velvet Reserve as of late. Good stuff. Really not much more expensive than the regular Black Velvet, (was only a dollar more for the big bottle here in Oregon) but much smoother. Aged 8 years or so they say on the bottle. Always thought Candian whiskey was Rye but just reading up on it, it only has to be a small percentage Rye. Really never been a fan of sour mash or any Bourbon for that matter. But...if that's all here is...
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Anyone ever try Bulleit Bourbon? Saw it the other day and was tempted but didn't pull the trigger. Says it has a 30% rye content.
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I'm from KY and love the smell of em making the bourbon but not a big fan of the taste. If I do have some, I prefer Crown Royal over anything I've had from here. Then again, I haven't had the high end local concoctions so who knows.

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I'll settle this. Send your favorites to me and I'll have a taste test and get back to you.
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Anyone ever try Bulleit Bourbon? Saw it the other day and was tempted but didn't pull the trigger. Says it has a 30% rye content.
Bulleit is good, I usually go for Wild Turkey, but sometimes I want a change, and this is it. Rare Breed is the best thing in the liquor store.
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Crown Cask 16 is pretty dang good! I think it's even better than the $200 Crown XR.
Very Good Expensive but good.

One of the best I've had was Michters, ultra smooth. It's about 80 bucks a bottle.
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Dad gummit John, I told you not to get all the whiskey drinker stirred up again!
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I've tasted Henry McKenna single barrel and it is pretty good. Had Pappy Van Winkle ($80 bottle) and it was a hair better than Henry McKenna... not worth the price for the slight increase.
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