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  1. #151
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    Re: What "Other American Whisky" are you drinking?

    Quote Originally Posted by Harry in WashDC View Post
    Pitchforked 6 cubic yard of compost (bin 3 into empty bin 4 then full bin 2 into bin 3 then full bin 1 into bin 2). THEN, since it is 95 or better (although I was working under some trees), I poured some Bernheim over an ice cube, let the cube melt, then sipped.
    That sounds tasty minus the ice. Think I might put my nearly empty bottle in the fridge so I can kill it off tonight since my shelf of open bottles is over-flowing right now.

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    Re: What "Other American Whisky" are you drinking?

    Quote Originally Posted by Harry in WashDC View Post
    Pitchforked 6 cubic yard of compost (bin 3 into empty bin 4 then full bin 2 into bin 3 then full bin 1 into bin 2). THEN, since it is 95 or better (although I was working under some trees), I poured some Bernheim over an ice cube, let the cube melt, then sipped.
    Quote Originally Posted by fozzy71 View Post
    That sounds tasty minus the ice. Think I might put my nearly empty bottle in the fridge so I can kill it off tonight since my shelf of open bottles is over-flowing right now.
    OK, now I know why I do it in the fridge instead. Damn near gave my fingers frost bite pouring it.

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    Re: What "Other American Whisky" are you drinking?

    Quote Originally Posted by squire View Post
    We had some Mellow Corn over the weekend which was purchased for no particular reason. Tried it neat and was surprised by the amount of heat, so much that the alcohol harshness completely covered up the subtleties of the corn whisky. Had to cleanse my palate with some Old Grand Dad.
    I tell ya, Old Grand Dad can do it all. It's the one bourbon that's "bad palate night" proof.
    Steve

    TT: Everything goes better with a little OGD114.
    squire: Amen...............

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    Re: What "Other American Whisky" are you drinking?

    GD12, quite nice for a change from the wheater/bourbons in my open shelf

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    Re: What "Other American Whisky" are you drinking?

    One of those days where the Mellow Corn was calling, and glad I answered
    Gary (aka 'Country')
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