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    Re: Hi, another Aussie joining the fun.

    Another one for the list in Brisbane.

    http://www.crubar.com/cellar/

    I haven't been there yet but have spoken with them and discussed their bourbon range, sounded good but pricey.
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    Re: Hi from Sydney, Australia

    This mob say they are the agent and they sell to all the majors, might be on dan's shelf soon as a guess.

    http://www.thinkspirits.com/product.php?p=evanwilliams_bourbonwhisky
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    Re: A wave and a hello from downunder

    cheers back at ya mfxr,

    The northside is not that far away away until you are in a cab watching the fare tick over Stones. Great to be making bourbon friends that are local. I look forward to a...
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    Re: Hi from Sydney, Australia

    Hi Brendan and welcome, I'm a new Aussie on here too.

    74 proof is the standard down here. I just went to a bottleshop, 1st choice, and I see EW has disappeared off the shelf. Sad, and I went there...
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    Re: Hi, another Aussie joining the fun.

    Hi mfxr

    I'm new here too and also in Brisbane. It is a massive read on SB. I'm slowly working my way through a few threads.

    Good to see a pic. It is great to see the range of bourbons in Aust...
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    Re: A wave and a hello from downunder

    Thanks for the welcome darylid911 and squire, I'm slowly reading and finding my way around SB.

    It's a new way for me to appreciate bourbon, with the sniffing and sipping. I'm normally a long cold...
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    Re: A wave and a hello from downunder

    ok blanton's on to rocks, I'm wearing shorts here, soft cinnamon scent with a bourbon taste that hits the side of my tongue without a total mouth feel. easy to enjoy. The after taste is a char...
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    Re: A wave and a hello from downunder

    bbq on and smelling

    now a lord nelson without the rye twist. A single simple profile with coke. little after taste. It was better for the rye twist.

    Surprising how many Aussies on here and even...
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    Re: A wave and a hello from downunder

    Thanks camduncan,

    I was looking at it the other day with the guy there telling me how popular it is. I will try and grab one. Are you a fan of wheat?

    The thread "bourbon downunder" is proving...
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    Re: A wave and a hello from downunder

    Hi Joe and thanks for the welcome.

    Bourbon is very popular in Australia. Mostly the entry level bottles but as more of the middle range becomes available we are getting a little more educated on...
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    Re: A wave and a hello from downunder

    Thanks Harry and Richnimrod,

    I really struggle to enjoy scotch. I'm starting to learn and like rum a bit more though.

    The price is not freight but very heavy excise tax and greedy importers....
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    Re: A wave and a hello from downunder

    Hi camduncan,

    I'm in your city, Brisbane, on the southside.

    It's an interesting read this forum about so many bourbons I have never heard of.
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    A wave and a hello from downunder

    G'day all,

    I'm a bourbon drinker from Australia. I have been drinking bourbon as my standard drink for about 20 years, mostly with coke.

    We don't get the full range of bourbons here and pay big...
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