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    Re: Newbie from Bama

    Welcome from another SB.com Alabamian!

    Tim
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    Re: Hello from Greenville, SC

    Or do like Jimmy Russell and just keep your bottle of bourbon in the freezer.

    Tim
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    Re: Hello from Smyrna, GA

    Heh. I lived there from 57 to 64. It has totally changed. I made the mistake of driving around my old neighborhood once about 15 years ago. It destroyed my fond memories.

    Tim
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    Re: Hello from Smyrna, GA

    Well, you have already tried Blanton's, which is one of the better high-rye bourbons. Its sister bottlings, Rock Hill Farms, Elmer T. Lee, and Ancient Ancient Age all come from the same recipe. ETL...
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    Re: Reccomended

    It seems like you have already covered things pretty well. I would suggest Rock Hill Farms, but it may not be under $50, anymore.

    Tim
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    Re: New Guy from Chicago Area

    Hello, Erik. Welcome to SB.com

    Tim
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    Re: New from Philadelphia

    Hi, zillah. Welcome to straightbourbon.com
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    Re: Hi, I'm new here!

    Hi, PozzSka. Welcome to SB.com

    Tim
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    Re: Greetings from Monroe Georgia

    Yes, welcome to SB.com. Back in the day, I had a fraternity brother from Monroe. That was at Ga Tech. I can't remember his name, but his nickname was Skip. He would be in his mid-60's now. Maybe I'll...
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    Re: Hello from White House, Tennessee

    Hello, Chad. Welcome to StraightBourbon.com.

    Tim
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    Re: Greetings from New Orleans

    I had a stunningly delicious Sazerac at K. Paul's about two years ago. And a very good one at NOLA (the restaurant, not the airport).

    Oh, I also welcome you to SB.com.

    Tim
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    Re: Greetings from Berkeley

    Don't try to make it such a "left-brain" activity. Taste and enjoy. The flavors will start reminding you of past experiences without your really trying.

    Tim
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    Sticky: Re: BOTM 2/12: Wild Turkey Kentucky Spirit

    Well the good news is that it is not the flu or meningitis. The bad news is that the doctor really doesn't know what it is. I have an elevated white blood cell count, so it is probably some bacterial...
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    Sticky: Re: BOTM 2/12: Wild Turkey Kentucky Spirit

    I was going to taste my old Kentucky Spirit yesterday afternoon and report on it here. But I became severely ill, so I'll have to postpone it.

    At first, I was afraid I had the flu, but after...
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    Re: New from Southern Kentucky

    Cool. Welcome to SB.com.

    I have had two nice vacations in southern Kentucky. The first was back in the early 80's (or maybe late 70's) to Bowling Green and Owensboro. I vividly remember a picnic...
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    Re: Hello from Cologne, Germany

    It is pretty similar here, too, Stiff. Even in the Deep South where bourbon should be king, vodka and fancy scotch pretty much rule.

    Tim
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    Re: Hello from Cologne, Germany

    Hi, Stiff. Welcome to SB.com. It is always interesting to meet bourbon lovers from all over the world.

    Tim
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    Re: Louisville guy with some family history

    Welcome to SB.com, K-Henderson. I'm glad you decided to join us.

    Tim
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    Re: Your Favorites From This List?

    There are not many of my favorites on that list. But, here they are:


    Elmer T. Lee
    Wild Turkey Rare Breed
    Knob Creek
    Tim
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    Re: New in S Indiana

    No, its not necessary. Rye-flavored bourbons are better.

    Tim
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    Re: Saying hello to Everyone

    I wouldn't necessarily go looking for it. Like I said, I get it when I can't obtain the 100-proof.

    Tim
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    Re: Saying hello to Everyone

    Welcome to SB.com, Grant. OGD 100-proof is one of my favorite everyday pours, too. When I can't get it, I even enjoy the 86-proof.

    Tim
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    Re: Hello from Tennessee

    Welcome to SB.com, MarineDad!

    Tim
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    Re: Hello from the riverbend

    Don't pass up the Wild Turkey 101 just because you didn't care for the 80. The 101 is a whole 'nother ballgame.

    Tim
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    I am having a pour of it, now. This bottle was purchased in Kentucky in July, 2005. If I like them, I make them last. I like this one. It is just a bit harsh on the back of the tongue, but the flavor...
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