Personally I've never had one that "shined" on ice. I may like it well enough for a sip or two but always end up regretting the decision. Just not to my taste I reckon. Now, you will certainly find a bottle in my fridge.
One that i did NOT like over ice was MM. I ordered one at a Thunder game and it just tasted like weak, bourbon-flavored water.
Well, how can it not be McCormick's, the $7 well bourbon of the finest dive bars? Tastes like kerosene and sadness.
Fans can drink bourbon at Thunder games?
Wow. No wonder the place is packed for every game!
Most bourbons I've owned have been tried with ice or water at some stage, but it's usually the higher proof or burning finish bourbons that I prefer to add ice or water to. Old Charter 13yo or Fighting Cock come to mind as ones I prefer over ice or watered down.
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