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    Re: BOTM 1/11: J.T.S. Brown BIB

    A full week into the month, and a mere three comments on J. T. S. Brown BIB, behind comments on 11 other bourbons. I'm not surprised. Brown in pretty nasty stuff that I've tried out of curiosity,...
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    Re: BOTM 7/10: Rittenhouse Rye BIB

    WOW!!! I finally found a bottle of this at the Liquor Barn (Hamburg) and all I can say is just WOW. I got talking about rye whiskeys with a couple guys one evening at the Liquor Barn, and one of...
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    Re: BOTM 1/10 Weller 12 Year Old

    I'm a huge fan of Old Weller Antique. So when I saw the 12 year at the Liquor Barn a few weeks ago, I grabbed five magnums. Or would that be magna? Whichever.

    Point is, it has come in...
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    Re: BOTM 6/10: Fighting Cock

    In my home, the Kickin' Chicken is a staple.
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    Re: What do you call yourself?

    I don't call myself.
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    Re: What's the point of Jim Beam Black?

    Fair enough, Brad.

    Actually, my own explanation would be that Beam exists in order to provide a home to my Old Grand Dad.

    I won't say that Beam is bad, but I would say that it's bland and...
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    Re: What's the point of Jim Beam Black?

    I'm still asking myself, "What's the point of Jim Beam?"
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    Re: Another Michigander

    Is it true that "what's good for the Michigoose is good for the Michigander"?
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    Re: Happy Holidays from Indiana

    I was joking, Emerald, but thanks for the heads up. I've seen Crow on the shelves, and it's very appearance, price and the plastic bottles deterred me from even thinking about it. Knowing that it's...
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    Re: Happy Holidays from Indiana

    Oops ... I guess it's my turn to eat some crow ... or maybe I could just DRINK some [Old] Crow :slappin: Does that count?

    I had no idea that OGD was a Beam product. Thanks for pointing it...
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    Re: Happy Holidays from Indiana

    Jeff,

    I love Old Forester Signature and WT Rare Breed. Wasn't so impressed with Knob Creek, but it just seems that I never like Beam products. Have you tried Old Grand Dad 114? It's my...
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    Re: Looking for Recommendations

    I like Fighting Cock very much. It is similar to Wild Turkey in many ways, but it's bolder.

    Last night, I decided to break into my Old Grand Dad 114 and sample it side by side with Wild Turkey...
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    Re: Looking for Recommendations

    Have you tried Fighting Cock 103?
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    Re: Introduction (Dave from NY)

    I had Old Weller Antique 107 the other night for the first time and it totally blew me away. Delicious. So smooth that you'd never guess you were drinking a 107 proof bourbon.

    Someone correct me...
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    Re: Hello from CT

    Sounds as if you're working on an advanced degree in chemistry :slappin:
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    Re: Totally new to this

    Evan Williams Black Label was one of my first bourbons and is still one of my very favorites. I regard it as a great value. If you like the taste of EW but would like something just a hair more...
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    Re: Totally new to this

    I have tried and liked both EW 86 proof and OGD BIB 100 proof.
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    Re: Totally new to this

    I am also fairly new to drinking bourbon, so I have spent the last year or so learning my own taste in bourbon by trial and error. I am still experimenting, and it's quite an adventure. I have...
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    Re: A Big Texas Howdy

    It's exciting, actually, to hear about a brand new bourbon that is just now in the very first stages of production. You have alot with which to compete, and ALOT of it is made within an hour or so...
  20. Re: Greetings from the heart of Bourbon country

    Thanks for the warm welcome, everyone.

    Joe, I really do look forward to trying the Weller because of all the great things I've read and heard. I originally bought it because a friend of mine...
  21. Greetings from the heart of Bourbon country

    Greetings, all. And for those of you from distant lands, be envious. Be VERY envious, for I live in Lexington, Kentucky, and only a few miles away from The Liquor Barn.

    Oddly enough, I did NOT...
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