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  1. #11
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    Re: Branching Out From Single Malts

    Well............................................ I guess so. Joe
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    Re: Branching Out From Single Malts

    Welcome, if you want a cheap but good pour only available in Texas and Louisiana, try Tom Moore Bottled in Bond from Barton's (Buffalo Trace). Good stuff!
    Last edited by theDon; 11-24-2010 at 08:29.

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    Re: Branching Out From Single Malts

    Quote Originally Posted by theDon View Post
    Welcome, if you want a cheap but good pour only available in Texas and Louisiana, try Tom Moore Bottled in Bond from Barton's (Buffalo Trace). Good stuff!
    I have not seen that one, but I will not be on the look out for it to see if it is in Austin as well

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    Re: Branching Out From Single Malts

    Quote Originally Posted by bcrossan View Post
    I have not seen that one, but I will not be on the look out for it to see if it is in Austin as well
    You will not be on the look out for it? I'm assuming that's a typo. It is all over Austin.

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    Re: Branching Out From Single Malts

    Quote Originally Posted by theDon View Post
    You will not be on the look out for it? I'm assuming that's a typo. It is all over Austin.
    Oopps... you are right, typo. Do you know who has it in Austin? I assume Twin Liquors?

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    Re: Branching Out From Single Malts

    If you PM Mozilla (jeff), he is from Austin and will be happy to point you in the right direction. He also has a world of bourbon knowledge as well as a bunker that rivals most.

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    Re: Branching Out From Single Malts

    Quote Originally Posted by bcrossan View Post
    So you are saying this place is full of whisk(e)y nerds just like me??
    Welcome Bryan. Whisk(e)y Nerd is mild compared to what my wife sometimes calls me! Fortunately she enjoys whisk(e)y as much as me. You'll find many "cross drinkers" here (malt and bourbon, ...as well as dark rum, cognac....i.e. any red/brown liquor).
    There's no such thing as bad whiskey, there's only over priced whiskey.

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    Re: Branching Out From Single Malts

    If you want a second opinion on the Tom Moore I had it when I was in Texas in May. I thought it was God awful and gave the bottle to Jeff. Get a pour in a bar before you buy a bottle.
    Normal is an illusion. What is normal to the spider, is chaos for the fly.

 

 

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