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  1. Re: I just dumped a bottle of EC12 down the drain

    EC 12 is not too much money so all is not lost. This batch thats woody and bitter might make a good mint julep. It wouldnt be overly sweet and the ice would knock the unpleasant tastes out too I...
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    Re: I am a bad friend

    I was thinking Maker's Mark mixed with Elijah Craig 12 or Eagle Rare 10. Need some woody notes to mask any slightly grassy notes from the MM wheat not aged as much. Might actually work out pretty...
  3. Re: I just dumped a bottle of EC12 down the drain

    I guess you would need to be sure your getting 4 different batches. Usually 1 release comes per year to lcbo around here and is probably from 1 batch. I thought this small batch bourbon would use...
  4. Re: I just dumped a bottle of EC12 down the drain

    The last 2 bottles I had were consistant. I taste notes of sweet black tea whenever I have this pour. I never had any bitter notes, but someone on my other whiskey forum reported the same thing you...
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    Re: Top Shelf Chick

    Which Gibson's were you looking for? The 12 is available in USA. The Sterling is a step down from that available in Canada only (most call it a mixer). The Gibson's 18 rare is the most expensive...
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    Re: Top Shelf Chick

    I have had many the same scotches and bourbons pictured in your collection. I started with scotch and kinda shifted my taste to bourbon...and yes...I have always favoured a glencairn glass lol. I...
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    Converted....

    Hello everyone. I'm a Canadian new to the site that used to be all about single malt scotches. The selection in my area for bourbons was weak til about 1 year ago. My first bourbon was Maker Mark....
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