Sorry, should have searched before posting. This is the thread I was talking about.
2) Yes, I'd been considering taking the mashbills of the whiskey tree (I have that thread bookmarked). I couldn't in good conscience post in on my site, but I could certainly use the data for some analysis. I believe that will be my next bourbon project.
I use an app called Whiskey Log on my iPhone. It is somewhat basic, but I can enter all the things I want to keep track of. Though using a phone app seems short sighted, as I only keep a cell phone for a year or possibly a touch longer. Oh well. LOL!
Last edited by RA302; 08-27-2013 at 19:54. Reason: I suck at grammer apparently
I just had to reply to this to state that I'm happy to hear there are a bunch of other "geeks" out there. I have an Excel spreadsheet that has my inventory as well as some tasting notes. I also keep data on prices and where I find stuff in case I want to go back for anything.
"Too much of anything is bad, but too much of good whiskey is barely enough." - Mark Twain
"Because Whiskey Matters!" - David Perkins
I keep it all in my head. I never forget those pours I disliked and always remember those I like. My problem is the stuff I like is too hard to find so I'm always searching new labels. Years ago I started a spreadsheet on cigars and quickly found the same answer - I know what I like and while I still experiment I always come back to my standards. And speaking of dislike I have an unopened bottle of Glenlivet 21 - anyone (in the Atlanta area) care to trade?
sorry again, I keep getting a message saying "database error"
sorry - I kept getting a message saying "database error"