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    Re: Greetings from Toronto

    Welcome from Georgia! This Christmas I made a short jaunt to Ontario (Windsor) to take advantage of some of the "only in Canada" selections (Canadian Club 100% Rye namely). The border agents were...
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    Re: Guess I'm not the only one!

    Welcome from Georgia! I remember when I outgrew my first cabinet (think that was around 30-40 bottles or so?) I upgraded to a cabinet that isn't pretty at all, but by my calculations would hold...
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    Re: Good Evening from Tokyo

    Welcome from Georgia! Glad to hear that there is a fair whiskey selection there (some folks in other lands far from the US are less fortunate!) And wish you luck in dusty hunting!
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    Re: Hello from Delaware!

    Welcome from Georgia! Sounds like that is a good location from a shopping perspective (although hope y'all stay warm this week!)
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    Re: New Guy in from Louisiana

    Welcome TK! Having too many bottles is a much easier problem to solve than having too few bottles :)
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    Re: New from Chicago

    Getting engaged was nearly as exciting as all the whisky??


    Very nice intro! Love that getting engaged was nearly as exciting as all the whisky! Which brings me to two points:


    1. Don't...
  7. Re: Hi from Northern California (Sacramento)

    Welcome Eddie! Hunting bourbon/whiskey is a lot of fun - despite having NO shortage, I find myself mapping out the liquor stores whenever I am travelling. It feels a bit like a scratch-off lottery...
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    Re: Hello from the Bay Area

    Welcome ss from Georgia! I've been on the opposite journey - loving bourbon before scotch, and enjoying the discovery! Jealous of your proximity to K&L - never been to one but have tried several of...
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    Re: Hello from Arkansas

    Welcome from Georgia! It is a journey that is a lot of fun - enjoy! I'd try to find what you can in 50 mL as you explore so it doesn't take up too much cabinet space (or do too much damage to your...
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    Re: Hello from Cincinnati

    Welcome from Georgia! I'm a big fan of y'alls chili there in Cinnci :)
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    Re: Howdy from Atlanta, GA

    Welcome David from another East-Cobber! Hope to see you at a local get together sometime!
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    Re: New Guy from Virginia!

    Welcome from Georgia!
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    Re: Bourbon fan from Kentucky

    Welcome from Georgia! Vatting and mingling is a lot of fun - I always enjoy finding two bottles that compliment each other well, and then making small batches (2oz or less) at different ratios to...
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    Re: New and Excited from Maryland

    Welcome from Georgia! I would definitely spend some time reviewing some of the historical threads - TONS of great information here! Have fun!
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    Re: New from Sterling, VA

    Hi Brian, welcome from Georgia! TT nailed it - I would start from the bottle shelf; there is some great bourbon out there for under $20. I would also try to buy everything you can in a 50 mL...
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    Re: Another New Guy

    Welcome from Georgia! EW and EC are two quality bourbons for sure. Have fun, and look forward to your posts!
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    Re: Greetings from Atlanta

    Greetings from Cobb County! I didn't get into bourbon really until I had moved to Atlanta, and I kinda curse that I wasn't buying it when I turned 21 and was living in Southeast Michigan. I close...
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    Re: New Guy from Illinois!

    Welcome Keith! Nice collection! Don't be afraid of what is often called the "bottom shelf" - some great whiskies out there for under $25. I would buy what you can in 50 mL bottles to figure out...
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    Re: Hello from NY

    Welcome from Georgia! Four Roses Single Barrel is a terrific bourbon - and if you can pick up some nice private selections, I wouldn't mourn the loss of the Limited Edition (hell - each single...
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    Re: Hello From Alberta Canada

    Welcome from Georgia! Smarter man than I in trying to find the 50 mL first :lol: I'm not familiar with the laws up there, but it would be worth the price of shipping if you can find a site that...
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    Re: New Guy New to Bourbon from MN

    Welcome Killsocket! I sorta miss the days of exploring and figuring out what I like and didn't like (not that I've figured it out - always new stuff coming out!) My recommendation is to find a...
  22. Re: Well, I guess I passed the background check......newbie from GA here. :)

    Welcome BG - from another Marietta dweller! Bill's spot on - watch the Bourbon Social forum, and hopefully we'll share a pour at some East Cobb social event!
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    Re: Approved membership and 1st post

    Welcome from Cobb County! I can relate to lacking "one" favorite bourbon (when folks ask me "what's your daily drinker?", I scratch my head and say "Whatever made its way to the glass that day,...
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    Sticky: Re: BOTM 1/15: Wild Turkey 101

    I know WT gets a lot of grief from some folks, and having tasted some dusty WT - I can understand their disappointment. I think that it is a fine bourbon for the money, although the price seems to...
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    Re: Hello from Georgia

    I assumed that was some kind of code for "man who pisses fire" :lol:
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