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  1. #501
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    Smile Re: What Bourbon Are You Enjoying, Winter 2011/2012

    Quote Originally Posted by wmpevans View Post
    Valentine's dinner with great friends.

    4RSmB before we left. EC-12 1B before dinner, and ETL pour after dessert.

    Great pours, but even better fun with longtime friends dining together at Local 3 in ATL, and laughing over stories of many years ago of how we met our brides. I was almost crying in hysterics at times.

    5 couples with total married years of 129 years. Pretty amazing these days.

    Best wishes to all on Valentine's Day.

    Bill.
    Bill

    Terrific story! Did your brides enjoy the bourbon also? I'm wondering if good bourbon results in good marriages.

    Bill

  2. #502
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    Re: What Bourbon Are You Enjoying, Winter 2011/2012

    Enjoying WT Tradition to celebrate the Purdue win this evening.

  3. #503
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    PHC Cognac Finished. Very nice.
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  4. #504
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    Re: What Bourbon Are You Enjoying, Winter 2011/2012

    Still lovin' on Bernheim Wheat. Wonderful, doughy, goodness.

    Just finished watching "The Nun's Story" with Audrey Hepburn on TCM. The Nuns didn't look like that at St Charles Borromeo, let me tell ya. Anywho, in the Spirit of the Holy Grail (In my bunker, anyway)...I'll sip next from an c.1970 Old Fitzgerald's 1849 10 year.

    "Casablanca" just started on TCM. Could be a long night!
    JOE

    Wag more.
    Bark less.

    "Every bottle is its own learning experience." -- Sensei Ox-sama

  5. #505
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    Re: What Bourbon Are You Enjoying, Winter 2011/2012

    Quote Originally Posted by Bourbon Boiler View Post
    Enjoying WT Tradition to celebrate the Purdue win this evening.
    My son and a boatload of my money are at Purdue. So for me it's always a good day when the Boilers beat Illinois!

    I was out at a bar last night with a couple of friends - one was even wearing his Illini sweatshirt. But no bourbon last night. All they had were the usual suspects and I couldn't bring myself to pay bar prices for JB or JD. But I was enjoying some Goose Island Fleur - very unique but tasty stuff.


    Rich

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    Re: What Bourbon Are You Enjoying, Winter 2011/2012

    Quote Originally Posted by Wall Eye View Post
    My son and a boatload of my money are at Purdue. So for me it's always a good day when the Boilers beat Illinois!

    I was out at a bar last night with a couple of friends - one was even wearing his Illini sweatshirt. But no bourbon last night. All they had were the usual suspects and I couldn't bring myself to pay bar prices for JB or JD. But I was enjoying some Goose Island Fleur - very unique but tasty stuff.


    Rich
    Bruce looked like he needed a drink at the press conference last night.

    Tonight I'm dropping a shelf or two and am enjoying Bulleit.

  7. #507
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    On a rye kick tonight. Started with some VW Reserve Rye, then moved onto some Rittenhouse BIB. Kind of crazy to think I could get 3-4 bottles of the Rittenhouse for the same price as one bottle of the VW. I really enjoy the Rittenhouse quite a bit, glad my bunker is 5 bottles deep.
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  8. #508
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    Re: What Bourbon Are You Enjoying, Winter 2011/2012

    Broke down and opened my Pappy 20 last night. First time I've had the 20... and it was everything people said it would be. Best bourbon I've ever had. Period.

  9. #509
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    Re: What Bourbon Are You Enjoying, Winter 2011/2012

    After a particularly long day, I felt I deserved a good long pour... But couldn't decide... I don't generally have barrel proof stuff when I need to be up early the following day, but wanted something deserving. I ultimately settled on Maker's 46. Unfortunately, while it is good... Tonight it is just leaving me feeling flat and disappointed.

  10. #510
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    Re: What Bourbon Are You Enjoying, Winter 2011/2012

    Rittenhouse. This is really growing on me. With the possible exception of OWA, there isn't a better deal in deals.
    tl; dnr

 

 

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