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    Turkey and...?

    What bourbon are you having with your Thanksgiving turkey?

    I'll be starting the day with a little WT101 in my coffee and the Mrs. will put some of her WR in the sweet potatoes.

    My boys will be drinking what ever I've got open and the brother-in-law only drinks CC 12yr.

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    Re: Turkey and...?

    CGL WT12 is always ideal for Thanksgiving Day before morning coffee.

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    Turkey and...?

    Thanksgiving is always a turkey day for me. I have some WTRB 1997, RR 10/101, WTR 101 and some WTKS Pewter top ready to go for the day! Happy Thanksgiving!


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    Re: Turkey and...?

    I'll be serving a special bourbon to family and friends: SB blend....ahhh....excuse me....SB meld: 1/3 WSR, 1/3 OWA, 1/3 W12: melded for 60 days.

    Very nice pour.

    Happy Thanksgiving holidays to all SB'ers!!!

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    Re: Turkey and...?

    Spending Thanksgiving day with the in-laws. There will be no consumption of alcoholic beverages.

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    Re: Turkey and...?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker View Post
    Spending Thanksgiving day with the in-laws. There will be no consumption of alcoholic beverages.
    May I refer you you to the thread, "Flask Etiquette--Tips on how to not get caught." ?

    I'll be purchasing my once per year bottle of Rare Breed for Turkey Day. Or heck, maybe I'll just save the $35, and stick with an equally good, if not better whiskey in Fighting Cock.
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    Re: Turkey and...?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker View Post
    Spending Thanksgiving day with the in-laws. There will be no consumption of alcoholic beverages.
    Take a flask and drink on the public sidewalk.
    My name is Joel Goodson. I deal in human fulfillment.
    I grossed over eight thousand dollars in one night. Time of your life, huh kid?

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    Turkey and...?

    I am considering opening one of my bottles of pappy20 to share with my brother inlaw, last year we polished off a bottle of Lot B, made the dinner go much smoother for us. If i don't open the 20, It will be another Lot B

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    Turkey and...?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker View Post
    Spending Thanksgiving day with the in-laws. There will be no consumption of alcoholic beverages.
    Sounds like you need to refer to the appropriate use if a flask thread.

    EDIT: Dooh didn't read the other posts first. I guess I wasn't as funny as I thought I was.

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    Turkey and...?

    Quote Originally Posted by michaelturtle1 View Post
    I am considering opening one of my bottles of pappy20 to share with my brother inlaw, last year we polished off a bottle of Lot B, made the dinner go much smoother for us. If i don't open the 20, It will be another Lot B
    Great whiskey consumed alone = $120

    Great whiskey shared with family and friends = priceless.

 

 

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