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    Re: No OGD 114 reviews

    Quote Originally Posted by weller_tex View Post
    I had missed that one also, Josh. Very good. I like the description of the burnt edges of a pan of brownies.
    The burnt brownie edge description comes from our bestest buddy and big toe Smokinjoe....aka the OGD 114 Pimp.
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    Re: No OGD 114 reviews

    Quote Originally Posted by Josh View Post
    Maybe someday I'll hit the big time. A boy has to have a dream, right?

    http://sipologyblog.com/2012/03/26/old-grand-dad-114/
    Josh, thanks for linking to this. I had read the review previously, but I got a double dip out of it today, as the top of that page also prodded me for the next review (for the 2009 4R SBLE). I have recently located 2 bottles of this bourbon, and may go back now and pick one or both up, even at $92.

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    Re: No OGD 114 reviews

    Quote Originally Posted by weller_tex View Post
    I had missed that one also, Josh. Very good. I like the description of the burnt edges of a pan of brownies.

    Quote Originally Posted by callmeox View Post
    The burnt brownie edge description comes from our bestest buddy and big toe Smokinjoe....aka the OGD 114 Pimp.
    I couldn't write a review of OGD 114 without bringing his famous tasting note into it.

    Quote Originally Posted by squire View Post
    Reading Grand Dad accolades is a great way to start the day.
    Quote Originally Posted by SFS View Post
    Josh, thanks for linking to this. I had read the review previously, but I got a double dip out of it today, as the top of that page also prodded me for the next review (for the 2009 4R SBLE). I have recently located 2 bottles of this bourbon, and may go back now and pick one or both up, even at $92.
    Glad you guys enjoyed it! Yeah, SFS, even at $92, that's a sure-fire buy for me!
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    Re: No OGD 114 reviews

    Quote Originally Posted by squire View Post
    Reading Grand Dad accolades is a great way to start the day.
    and drinking it a great way to end the day! Viva OGD114!
    Jon

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    Re: No OGD 114 reviews

    The first rule of being an OGD114 fan is to NEVER talk about OGD114.

    Don't let lurkers know about it. it's a well kept secret!

    Remember: Loose lips sink ships!

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    No OGD 114 reviews

    Quote Originally Posted by timd View Post
    The first rule of being an OGD114 fan is to NEVER talk about OGD114.

    Don't let lurkers know about it. it's a well kept secret!

    Remember: Loose lips sink ships!
    OGD is for old geezers with fried palates - nothing to see here, move along...
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    Re: No OGD 114 reviews

    What's the difference between a geezer and a codger?

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    Re: No OGD 114 reviews

    Quote Originally Posted by timd View Post
    The first rule of being an OGD114 fan is to NEVER talk about OGD114.

    Don't let lurkers know about it. it's a well kept secret!

    Remember: Loose lips sink ships!
    Yep you are right my bad.

    OGD 114 is horrible stuff, only fit for those who want to drown it in Coke..bad stuff, bad stuff.

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    Re: No OGD 114 reviews

    Quote Originally Posted by squire View Post
    What's the difference between a geezer and a codger?
    They are both terrible people - and only fitting descriptions for the lame-brain idiots with no taste or appreciation that drink OGD114.

    Remember kids: Only losers drink OGD114. Don't be a loser - buy ONLY authentic, certified Pappy products - or the other guys will make fun of you at the bar, at home and at work. Don't waste your time on this swill when so many other better, harder to find, more expensive and a loftier brand-names are available through your local whiskey vultures waiting list.

    Friends don't let friends drink OGD114. Ever.

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    Re: No OGD 114 reviews

    Quote Originally Posted by squire View Post
    What's the difference between a geezer and a codger?
    You can achieve geezerdom with the passage of time - no further criteria are involved. To attain the rank of codger, a passing acquaintance with curmudgeonly behavior is required.

    On topic: Why you guys rave about OGD is beyond me. It's too hot, too rye-ey (to the point of being unbalanced), and the finish is too short. For the price of a bottle, you can buy two Evan Williams bottles.

 

 

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