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Thread: LDI vs MGP

  1. #21
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    Re: LDI vs MGP

    Quote Originally Posted by callmeox View Post
    Bourbon. I want bourbon. And a sandwich. A good sandwich.

    That's all.
    I got a handle of Old Taylor, 2000s vintage, in my garage that you are welcome to. As far as the sandwich goes, I don't know if I can look at another one for a while after last weekend.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kalessin View Post
    To them, "the old Seagram's plant" is probably the unkillable ficus in the main office lobby...
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    Re: LDI vs MGP

    How about "Rossville Union," its pre-Seagram's name. There has been a distillery there for a long time. It has had a lot of names.

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    Re: LDI vs MGP

    Does LDI or MPG make anything worth drinking?
    My apologies to the good folks from IN.
    ovh

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    Re: LDI vs MGP

    I like the High West ryes sourced from LDI. I actually like them a lot. Sometimes its vatted with whisky from other distilleries, but not always

    Rendezvouz is one example

    Steffen

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    Re: LDI vs MGP

    Most of everything i have had from thee I have enjoyed, but I like hat style of rye, and I like the high rye bourbon they make. I would just love to have a look at the inside works of the place.

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    Re: LDI vs MGP

    I enjoy the rye in most of its iterations. The bourbon not so much.

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    Re: LDI vs MGP

    I think the Traverse City Whiskey Co. bourbon is good, and not too expensive. The Harrison barrel proof is good but at $60+ now, it's not worth it. That's 2 bottles of OGD 114,

    But note that I said good, not great.
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    Re: LDI vs MGP

    Perhaps the standard should be, "is it better than Ten High?" which is still $10.99/750ml at Binny's. (the bourbon, not the blend)

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    Re: LDI vs MGP

    Hard to beat Barton made bourbon at that price.

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    Re: LDI vs MGP

    Perhaps we shouldn't be speaking the Barton name too loudly . . . it's one of the few bargains left.

 

 

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