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12-31-2007, 13:17
Hello, everyone! My name is Aubrey and I'm stationed here in Charleston, SC. I've smoked cigars for about 3 years and in looking for something to drink with my cigars, I've discovered bourbon over the past year. Some of my favorites include, Hirsch 16, Buffalo Trace, and Wild Turkey 101. I also have really enjoyed rye whiskeys like Rittenhouse BIB and Sazerac (can't find the 18 though). This is a great site, and in my time lurking, I've learned quite a bit. I do have a question. Are there any members from the side of South Carolina? I'd love to find some good liquor stores within maybe an hour or two of here that have some of the hard-to-find bourbons such as Four Roses and PVW. Any suggestions would be very helpful. Have a great New Year!


01-01-2008, 11:35
Welcome here, there are lots of aspects to this gathering, enjoy them all.

01-01-2008, 16:12

It's a slow day here in central Arizona, so I Googled "liquor store" "south carolina".

For hits of possible interest try the following links: A (http://www.burrisliquorstore.com/), B (http://www.bandapackagestore.com/), C (http://www.myrtlebeachliquorstores.com/?a=4&kw=Myrtle+Beach+South+Carolina+liquor+store), D (http://www.tandcspirits.com/), E (http://www.pearlvodka.com/find/stores/results.aspx?state=SC)

When I arrived in AZ in 2004, I did a similar search for stores in Phoenix. After I assembled a short list, I called each of them and asked if they stocked my favorites. When I found one that said "yes" to Elmer T. Lee, Van Winkle and Kentucky Spirit, I knew I would not go thirsty.

Yours truly,
Dave Morefield

01-05-2008, 12:58
Thanks, Dave! I'm going to take a trip to a couple of those places for sure. One of them is pretty close by. I appreciate it!


01-05-2008, 14:11

You're welcome.

I would enjoy hearing about your shopping experience. (There's even a special thread for that sort of thing. I think it's called "What Bourbon Did You Buy Today?")

The Burris store in Charleston looks especially inviting. I hope your drive is shorter than mine to Phoenix.

Yours truly,
Dave Morefield