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    Re: Back to the future

    Quote Originally Posted by theglobalguy View Post
    Hot pepper, or fresh cracked pepper?
    It's co-branded with McIlhenny Tobasco, so I'm guessing it's whatever pepper they use? There is some heat to it, for sure. I think I purchased this in 2010...the bottle is now missing 2 ounces...
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    Re: Back to the future

    They use the tobasco pepper, which is between 30,000-50,000 heat on the Scoville scale.
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    Re: Back to the future

    Quote Originally Posted by smokinjoe View Post
    It's co-branded with McIlhenny Tobasco, so I'm guessing it's whatever pepper they use? There is some heat to it, for sure. I think I purchased this in 2010...the bottle is now missing 2 ounces...
    Freakin awful stuff.

    The list of swing and misses from the big boys is getting long.

    Recently: Cuervo Cinge (cinnamon flavored tequila), wild turkey spiced, jäger spiced, baileys vanilla cinnamon.

    Coming soon: capt Morgan white (plain non aged white rum).

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    Re: Back to the future

    Plain non aged white rum...yum! It has been yeas since I tried Southern Comfort. I can safely say that I will never drink it again.

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    Re: Back to the future

    Quote Originally Posted by P&MLiquorsEric View Post
    Freakin awful stuff.

    The list of swing and misses from the big boys is getting long.

    Recently: Cuervo Cinge (cinnamon flavored tequila), wild turkey spiced, jäger spiced, baileys vanilla cinnamon.

    Coming soon: capt Morgan white (plain non aged white rum).
    Can't say I disagree with you, E. My last pour was the first since I opened the bottle 3 years ago...for a reason!

    I can't speak to your other examples besides the WT Spiced. I am not a flavored whiskey guy. At all. But, I'll give that one a break. I purchased a bottle for Thanksgiving, because my brother likes that kind of stuff. I found it somewhat redeeming. It did have a definite whiskey backbone to it, that rose above the spice, and did not find it to be the overly sweet syrupy mess that I find most flavored whiskies to be. I thought it was adequately done for that type of thing. Better than most.
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