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    Re: New from Glendale, AZ

    Welcome aboard, sadly, I can offer nothing in the way of any useful information when it comes to AZ.
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    Re: BOTM 8/11: Knob Creek Single Barrel Reserve

    I also prefer the KCSB. The Bookers had a syrupy quality that I didn't care for and was the first product that I noticed the famed Beam "yeasty" taste that I had previously never noticed myself. The...
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    Re: South Dakota's in the house!

    Long time cigar smoker, less time in the bourbon world, and just recently got a Sig Sauer P266 to complete (or is it begin), my own ATF agency :cool:

    Glad to see others see the benefits of...
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    Re: Greetings from New Orleans

    Welcome aboard.

    Unfortunately, you burst what I was hoping was going to be a fun bourbon trip when I come down to NOLA for a trade show later this year. But I guess it is better to know that now....
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    Re: BOTM 8/11: Knob Creek Single Barrel Reserve

    I'm not sure whether to chalk this up to differences in opinion on Beam, or variations inherit on Single Barrel bourbons, but like several others, I found this to be amazingly good compared with the...
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    Re: Howdy from NYC via VA

    From the other side of the Hudson river, allow me to say:

    Welcome Aboard.
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    Re: Hello from Long Island, New York

    Welcome Aboard. Very nice area on the southern side of the island if I remember Lindenhurst correctly.

    Recommendations of bourbon are good, but experimentation is better. :D

    But beware, this...
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    It makes me wonder if it ia variety in the bottle... Or the palate where tastes differ. I have only had one bottle of EWB (as I have no intention of buying it again), and the mint tail was about...
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    Re: Hello from SW Pennsylvania

    I must admit (hanging head in shame), that while I wasn't initially ready to admit it... I did the same thing at first glance. :blush:
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    Re: Hello from North Carolina

    Welcome aboard. Knowing what you like and don't is far more important that trying to "detect" flavors by name. But honestly, if you don't try so hard, it will probably come along at some point...
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    Re: Hello from SW Pennsylvania

    Welcome aboard! Use the search function for things link "value pour" and you will find lots of information on great pours that will help you get the best bang for your bourbon buck.

    Like you, I...
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    Re: In The Middle of Bourbon Country!

    Welcome Aboard! Look forward to hearing your thoughts and opinions.
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    Re: Hello from Cologne, Germany

    I have always taken that to mean Scotch that doesn't have names like Dewar's, J&B, Black and White or Cutty Sark.
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    Re: BOTM 7/11: Maker's 46

    I bought this for Super Bowl 46 as I had wanted to try it anyway.

    Unlike (it seems most) other above, I don't have a deep rooted hatred of Maker's Mark. As a matter of fact, I like it for what it...
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    Re: Howdy from Lexington KY!

    Welcome aboard. Sounds like you are off to a good start. I am very similar to you in that I tend to "throw myself" into something when I get started with it, trying to learn as much as possible. ...
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    Re: Hello from Columbia, SC

    I was very similar. Thought Bourbon began and ended with shots of Beam and shyed away for a long time. But the important thing is that we learned and now on our way to learning about how good...
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    Re: Greetings from Southern Indiana

    Though I am certainly not as seasoned as others around here, this sums up my opinions so far as well. Though some may move a favorite down a notch or two, it won't make you like them less.
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    Re: New to SB from North Jersey

    Things have definitely improved over the past year or two and I have begun finding a lot more than I could before. While I have yet to find a single place that has everything, I have found most...
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    Re: New to SB from North Jersey

    Welcome aboard! I agree that it is cool to see some NJ represented as when I joined this board recently, I felt like the only Bourbon drinker in the northern part of the Garden State.

    Look...
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    Re: Greetings from Southern Indiana

    I'm sure most, if not all have some memories of youthful abadon we'd eather forget.

    Before you were just drinking for alcohol, now it is for pleasure amd you will actually get to taste what you...
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    Re: Probie from the Garden State

    I thought about the EC18 which I spied the other night, but that is a HH product isn't it? Does it have rhat same Altoids Mint profile as Evan Williams?
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    Re: Probie from the Garden State

    Knob Creek Single Barrel it is then! (unless there another suggestion out there)

    Thanks! That would have been a major bummer. :thankyousign:
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    Re: Probie from the Garden State

    Well, I found some Old Weller 107 (7 Year) , Eagle Rare 90 (10 Year) and the wife is going out of town this weekend! :woohoo:

    If you me and were going to add one more bottle to this worth trying,...
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    Re: Another Noob from the Garden State

    Welcome from "the other guy in NJ that drinks bourbon" or probably more correctly, the other guy from NJ that doesn't think the only bourbons in the world are Wild Turkey and Old Grand Dad.

    I...
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    Re: Hello from Bourbon land

    Being in KY, I guess gives you some advantages in price and selection advantages over what I have available to me here in NJ (NJ does not allow alcohol being shipped, so I am stuck with what is...
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