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  1. #601
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    Re: What Bourbon Are You Enjoying, Winter 2011/2012

    Quote Originally Posted by Bourbon Boiler View Post
    I'm "celebrating" the arrival of the in-laws with a pour of BH.
    Very funny. But what do you drink when you're not "celebrating?"

    Bill

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Bourbon Boiler View Post
    I'm "celebrating" the arrival of the in-laws with a pour of BH.
    You might better go with Bookers or GTStagg.
    "Civilization begins with distillation."

    William Faulkner

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

    Some Willett 18 yr. tonight.
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    Re: What Bourbon Are You Enjoying, Winter 2011/2012

    My Devils lost, I have no need to be up too early tomorrow, and I need something to stand up to a good Maduro... Seems like a KCSB night to me.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by jcg9779 View Post
    Some Willett 18 yr. tonight.

    How is the Willett 18 year? I've seen that locally, but the price has been so out of line that I haven't even considered it. I can pretty much get 3 bottles of Stagg (also 18 year) for the same price. Albeit Stagg is not readily available, either is this one. The Willetts in my area have generally been priced above the rest of the country. I guess my real question is, is there something special about this whiskey to justify the incredible price tag?

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

    I got engaged tonight. We've known we were getting married for awhile, but tonight was the official bended knee giving of the ring. In the midst of the celebrating, I purchased two Single Oaks, #8 & # 167. One rye, one wheat, both fantastic. I have a feeling that the whiskey will be flowing freely this weekend.
    Last edited by clingman71; 02-24-2012 at 22:07.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by clingman71 View Post
    I got engaged tonight. We've known we were getting married for awhile, but tonight was the official bended knee giving of the ring. In the midst of the celebrating, I purchased two Single Oaks, #8 & # 167. One rye, one wheat, both fantastic. I have a feeling that the whiskey will be flowing freely this weekend.
    Congratulations clingman! I hope you and your fiance have a memorable weekend.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by clingman71 View Post
    I got engaged tonight. We've known we were getting married for awhile, but tonight was the official bended knee giving of the ring. In the midst of the celebrating, I purchased two Single Oaks, #8 & # 167. One rye, one wheat, both fantastic. I have a feeling that the whiskey will be flowing freely this weekend.

    Congrats! Enjoy your engagement weekend, and let us know when you set the big date!
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    Re: What Bourbon Are You Enjoying, Winter 2011/2012

    Quote Originally Posted by clingman71 View Post
    I got engaged tonight. We've known we were getting married for awhile, but tonight was the official bended knee giving of the ring. In the midst of the celebrating, I purchased two Single Oaks, #8 & # 167. One rye, one wheat, both fantastic. I have a feeling that the whiskey will be flowing freely this weekend.
    Congratulations or Condolences... Depending on the point of view. I'd build the bunker up now, while you still can.

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

    A few 5 AM pours

    FRLE 2011
    PVW 20
    PVW 15

    Oh what a wonderful morning!

    Fortunately they were short pours.

 

 

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