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  1. #41
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    Re: What bourbon are you drinking? - Winter 2010/11

    Currently, WT RR 90. Later will move up to regular 101, then Rare Breed and finally Kentucky Spirit.

  2. #42
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    Re: What bourbon are you drinking? - Winter 2010/11

    Evan Williams Black label, over ice with water.

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    Re: What bourbon are you drinking? - Winter 2010/11

    A couple of uncut 4 roses samples before dinner and ORVW 15 with the hazelnut cake for dessert.

    Leif
    Swedish lover of American whiskey

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    Re: What bourbon are you drinking? - Winter 2010/11

    Baby Saz... before church.

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    Re: What bourbon are you drinking? - Winter 2010/11

    Home from church. Milk & Cookies out for Santa. Children in bed. Time for a pour of Eagle Rare 17 for me.

  6. #46
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    Re: What bourbon are you drinking? - Winter 2010/11

    The Christmas line up is 1971 Old Fitz Prime,ORVW 10 107 ,PAPPY 15 and will finish up with 2010 WLW .For dessert some Wild Turkey Pecan Pie with George T Stagg Whip Cream.

    Merry Christmas Mike

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    Re: What bourbon are you drinking? - Winter 2010/11

    Quote Originally Posted by M14Shooter View Post
    The Christmas line up is 1971 Old Fitz Prime,ORVW 10 107 ,PAPPY 15 and will finish up with 2010 WLW .For dessert some Wild Turkey Pecan Pie with George T Stagg Whip Cream.

    Merry Christmas Mike
    That sounded like a real Christmas line up Mike. That rally got my taste buds flooding!

    Leif
    Swedish lover of American whiskey

  8. #48
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    Re: What bourbon are you drinking? - Winter 2010/11

    Gonna try a few tonight myself: Cedar Ridge, MM46, ORVW107 and finally opening a Stagg 2010! Making myself wait to get started until later, would like to see ten PM tonight!

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    Re: What bourbon are you drinking? - Winter 2010/11

    It's gonna be a Weller night tonight. Gonna start with a pour of Everett's Weller SR. Then we'll see what that leads to. Cheers! Joe
    " I never met a Weller I didn't like"

  10. #50
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    Re: What bourbon are you drinking? - Winter 2010/11

    Drinking Manhattans with my mom. First round made with OWA, and now Maker's 46.
    -Pete

 

 

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