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  1. #51
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    Re: Jim Murray\'s Whiskey Bible 2005

    Hello All,
    I just ordered the 2005. I really enjoyed the 2004. Mostly, if he rates a whiskey in the upper 80's or higher I find that I enjoy it as well. I don't always agree with him when he says that whiskey A is better than whiskey B. All in all, it was very helpful to me. It was the Bible for a while, now it is more like the Apocrapha, authoritative, but not quite Holy Writ.
    Ed

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    Re: Jim Murray\'s Whiskey Bible 2005

    That struck me as ODD, also, (to say the least).

 

 

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