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Martian
02-09-2007, 13:57
What is your favorite apertif Bourbon or rye? My favorite time to sip whiskey is before dinner or while I'm cooking.

ILLfarmboy
02-12-2007, 15:53
Hmm. I usually like bourbon or rye with my meal (steak and the like) and occasionally a peaty scotch with something garlicky. I have, however, found Saz jr. to be a good before dinner dram; not so good with a meal though.

ggilbertva
02-12-2007, 16:25
I typically don't do an aperitif. My pours are usually after dinner later in the evening as I'm winding down after a long day. Would that be afteritif?

Martian
02-13-2007, 10:04
I will try some ryes.

TBoner
02-15-2007, 19:07
Late to the party, I know, but I also tend to go rye or rye-heavy for an aperitif.

OGD 86, for instance, is a favorite. So is a good Manhattan made w/cheap rye.

That said, BT is a pretty good aperitif I've turned to recently, and Old Forester 86 is nice as well.

fogfrog
02-20-2007, 15:49
Right now it is Old Charter Ten Years Old. Heck, its the only bottle I have left! That being said, it is good sipping whiskey.

nor02lei
02-21-2007, 08:58
Bourbon: WT Kentucky legend single barrel
Rye. Old st Nick winter (or summer) rye
Tennessee: Any Dickel

Leif