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  1. #21
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    Re: Bourbon and ice cream?

    I've had it on ice cream but never in it.

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    Re: Bourbon and ice cream?

    I was drinking one night with the owner of a bar in town and he introduced me to bourbon and ice cream. I thought he was messing with me at first. It was pretty much a scoop of vanilla ice cream and Jim Beam in a tumbler glass. Kind of a bourbon float. It wasn't half bad.
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    Re: Bourbon and ice cream?

    A Brandy Alexander substituting Bourbon isn't half bad either.

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    Re: Bourbon and ice cream?

    Wasn't crazy about it ON the ice cream, but like others - sipping while enjoying ice cream is pretty amazing (although, I will say - it seems to go better with Scotch than Bourbon for whatever reason - YMMV)
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    Re: Bourbon and ice cream?

    Scotch and ice cream, the adult midday treat.

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    Re: Bourbon and ice cream?

    Quote Originally Posted by squire View Post
    A Brandy Alexander substituting Bourbon isn't half bad either.
    Brandy Alexander is basically a booze milkshake.

    My wife's grandmother liked them so much she named her dog Brandy.
    He made himself another drink and thought how much better the Perrier was than anything else you could put in whisky... Hemingway

  7. #27
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    Re: Bourbon and ice cream?

    It's a girl thing alright, makes them lick their lips.

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    Re: Bourbon and ice cream?

    I have a buddy in San Antonio who is looking to start up a company called "Saucy Sweets" and the focus is all booze-infused desserts.

    He did a rich corn ice cream made with Baby Blue that was really fantastic. Can't wait until he gets this off the ground.

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    Re: Bourbon and ice cream?

    Real vanilla ice cream and bourbon, any way you mix it is goooooood!
    ovh

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    Re: Bourbon and ice cream?

    Just tore into some Bourbon and Coke icecream from a local joint, Crank and Boom! Fantastic stuff. Now for the real thing...

 

 

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