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  1. #11
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    Re: "sup yo" from Seattle (well, a few miles east of Seattle)

    Quote Originally Posted by unclebunk View Post
    Kinda like my wife!
    Welcome to SB and no need to apologize for being a switch hitter. There are lots of us single malt scotch/bourbon characters here and all we need is more time to drink them both. It's all good!
    Yeah, I have a feeling my taste buds will continue to change over time but at this point scotch > bourbon for me... but that hardly means I don't enjoy a tasty bourbon

    I looked in Canon.. holy crap, 57 page drink menu? The fact that they have scotchs I've never heard of is quite impressive (I read a lot) and I know about half the bourbons. They even have a bottle of Balvenie Tun 1401 batch 3, there were only 1800 of those produced! Now I just need to find an extra ~$1k in my couch cushions and I could possible afford to drink there

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    Re: "sup yo" from Seattle (well, a few miles east of Seattle)

    Canon is great and all, but the BEST bar for bourbon in Seattle, hands DOWN, is Liberty. Andrew, the guy who runs the place, is the nicest, most giving dude out there. He'll hook you up with flights of interesting things, and he even had the Old Rip 23 decanter and gave me a 1oz pour for FREE! Canon's $$$, Liberty's cheap.....and besides, what's better than 40 bourbons to choose from AND a sushi bar!?!?

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    Re: "sup yo" from Seattle (well, a few miles east of Seattle)

    Quote Originally Posted by humchan2k View Post
    Canon is great and all, but the BEST bar for bourbon in Seattle, hands DOWN, is Liberty. Andrew, the guy who runs the place, is the nicest, most giving dude out there. He'll hook you up with flights of interesting things, and he even had the Old Rip 23 decanter and gave me a 1oz pour for FREE! Canon's $$$, Liberty's cheap.....and besides, what's better than 40 bourbons to choose from AND a sushi bar!?!?
    Scantily clad dancin' girls?
    JOE

    Wag more.
    Bark less.

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

  4. #14
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    Re: "sup yo" from Seattle (well, a few miles east of Seattle)

    Quote Originally Posted by smokinjoe View Post
    Scantily clad dancin' girls?
    On Capitol Hill?!

    It's a sausage fest Joe.

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    "sup yo" from Seattle (well, a few miles east of Seattle)

    They might be scantily clad but I'm fairly certain they ain't girls
    ¡Geaux Tigers! - ¡Visca el Barça!

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    Re: "sup yo" from Seattle (well, a few miles east of Seattle)

    JOE

    Wag more.
    Bark less.

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

 

 

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