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    Re: Back From Sandbox New to Bourbon

    Yup. :cool: I couldn't agree more.
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    Re: New from Tempe, Arizona

    Ah... withing walking distance of Prescott Brewing Company and Whiskey Row. The life I dream of! I don't know whether PBR's offerings are all that great, but there's something about fresh beer that...
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    Re: New from Tempe, Arizona

    Welcome from the central plateau!

    I haven't been around here much for a year or three due to medication issues. It used to be a font of information; I'd bet it still is.

    Do you ever get up...
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    Re: Hey Guys!!!

    Andrew,

    Welcome aboard.

    What have you tried, and what do you think of them?

    See my profile for my faves.

    Yours truly,
    Dave Morefield
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    Re: New guy here

    That's wonderful!

    Now all you have to do is decide how you want to amortize the shipping cost.

    I once started to order a single, mid-priced bottle. However, the shipping cost was going to...
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    Re: New guy here

    When you do, ask for the spirits specialist, Brett Pontini.

    In one case some other employee said that shipment to a certain state was not allowed. That information proved to be incorrect.
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    Re: Newbee needs a recommendation...

    Welcome aboard! You will find more opinions here than you know what to do with. :grin: None of them are necessarily wrong.

    A bit of background might be helpful, both as to your selection and as...
  8. Re: Time to Sample (Greetings from Arkansas)

    Welcome aboard!

    I would rate Knob Creek highly as a bourbon to take on a camping trip. It's robust enough to compete with the smoke from a campfire, but smooth enough to enjoy without ice or...
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    Re: PVW 15 vs. Lot "B"

    Never an expert, now barely conversant with the topic. (For medical reasons I limit myself to literally a sip once or twice a month.)

    I never did a side-by-side with PVW 15 and Lot "B". I know I...
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    Re: What do you call yourself?

    Tim,

    I was referring to the word "whisky", not the C-word.

    And only in jest, at that.

    I seem to recall that there was an interesting story about your decision to adopt your title, but it's...
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    Re: What do you call yourself?

    I keep hoping Tim (ratcheer) will reply. His signature line says it all (although I question his spelling of one, key word. :grin: )

    Yours truly,
    Dave Morefield
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    Re: Returning after a LONG absense

    Hey, Tony! You just hit 1,000 posts!

    ***

    Nick,

    Welcome back! Give us a few more days to taper off and recuperate from the intense discussions of the Presidential election. (Unless you...
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    Re: Hello from Northern Ireland

    Welcome, Gareth!

    I see two bourbons in your profile that you didn't mention in your post. I assume you've tried them (Knob Creek and Buffalo Trace) even though they are not readily available at...
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    Re: .....far from Bourbon Country

    Then you might enjoy Chuck's video even more than his book. The video isn't as informative, by a long shot, but it is a wonderful tribute to the tradition of bourbon production.

    Yours truly,...
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    Re: .....far from Bourbon Country

    Welcome!

    I have a question, if you don't mind. Are the sort of guy who enjoys the destination more or the journey?

    If it's the former, I suggest you get a copy of this book. The author is a...
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    Re: new in florida

    Gibb,

    Welcome to the group!

    Maker's Mark is a wheat-recipe bourbon, and Jack Daniel's isn't a bourbon at all, strictly speaking. (There have been many discussions here on the latter point. If...
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    Re: Howdy from Dallas

    I am not a fan of Blanton's either, although I'd probably buy it now and then at, let's say, half the price. I refer to RHF as what Blanton's wants to be when it grows up. :grin:

    Yours truly,...
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    Re: Hello from old Virginia.

    Welcome aboard!

    I'm not quite sure as to the groundrules of your project. If your plan is to focus on Heaven Hill, then whichever Elija Craig you've tried, (12 y/o or 18 y/o) you'll find the...
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    Re: Howdy from Dallas

    Welcome aboard!

    I just clicked on your screen name and looked at your public profile, which includes your bourbon recommendations. I see some pretty high-class bottlings there. Noticeably...
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    Shaking the Tree and Beating the Bush in L.A./O.C.

    When I lived in Long Beach, I would call Hi-Time and tell them I was going to drive either to Costa Mesa or to L.A. and Van Nuys (locations of Beverage Warehouse and Wine & Liquor Depot) to pick up...
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    Re: Hello from So. Ill.

    Right or wrong the Confederate battle flag has become a symbol not of southern pride but of racial prejudice. I can't really know what is in that so-called "moron's" heart, but I think I do. I...
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    Re: Hello from So. Ill.

    Welcome, Jake!

    IMO you can't go wrong with any bottling that has Van Winkle on the label. I haven't had the opportunity to try any of the Four Roses bottlings.

    I have to ask about your user...
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    Re: Hello from Chicago

    Hear, hear! Even though I was only an infrequent customer back in my California days, Brett(?) always responded promptly to my inquiries and personally handled my orders on occasion when the online...
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    Re: Hello!

    Chris,

    Welcome aboard!

    In my few years of trying this and that I've found very few bourbons that I wouldn't drink again. I've also found it impossible to predict what my favorites will be...
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    Re: Best Bourbon for gift

    In addition to the other, fine suggestions you might consider other brands produced by the same distiller, Heaven Hill. For example, there's J.T.S. Brown bottled-in-bond (BIB). As noted in another...
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