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  1. #111
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    Re: What are you drinking tonight? (Spring '07)

    Tonight I enjoyed a healthy pour of 'gold foil' ETL. Then, I had another.
    The 'legs' in the glass were an enjoyable sight.

    When this bottle gets to about the half-way mark, I'm gonna open a 'gold wax' bottling and compare 'em.

    ~tp

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    Re: What are you drinking tonight? (Spring '07)

    Quote Originally Posted by Martian View Post
    I like Basil Hayden for a change. Light and elegant.
    I'll second that. Tom V

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    Re: What are you drinking tonight? (Spring '07)

    Lot B for me. Good stuff.
    Bob O.

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    Re: What are you drinking tonight? (Spring '07)

    OC 12. This is one of the better BT products I have tried. It still has a little of the BT mustiness that I don't care for. Maybe I would like the higher rye BT products better.

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    Re: What are you drinking tonight? (Spring '07)

    Abstaining...

    It was time. 3 days and counting.
    Emancipate yourself from mental slavery. None but ourselves can free our minds.

    Bob Marley.

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    Re: What are you drinking tonight? (Spring '07)

    Small pour of each....Rittenhouse BIB and Pappy 15....oops...forgot I also had a small pour of '06 Stagg.
    Last edited by ggilbertva; 04-24-2007 at 20:26. Reason: added stagg
    “Giving money and power to government is like giving whiskey and car keys to teenage boys.” - P.J. O’Rourke
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    Angry Re: What are you drinking tonight? (Spring '07)

    I'm going on 7+ days of no bourbon. I made a bad decision and had a sip of Ancient Age on day 5, but didn't finish it. I'm really getting tired of this stomach flu. I've all but traded my bourbon for chicken soup.

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    Re: What are you drinking tonight? (Spring '07)

    Quote Originally Posted by zdevin View Post
    I'm going on 7+ days of no bourbon. I made a bad decision and had a sip of Ancient Age on day 5, but didn't finish it. I'm really getting tired of this stomach flu. I've all but traded my bourbon for chicken soup.
    If the soup has too much burn, add a plash of spring water or an ice cube...
    “Giving money and power to government is like giving whiskey and car keys to teenage boys.” - P.J. O’Rourke
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    Talking Re: What are you drinking tonight? (Spring '07)

    Quote Originally Posted by ggilbertva View Post
    If the soup has too much burn, add a plash of spring water or an ice cube...
    I'm a purist and only add a splash of water if it's from the same spring as the source... and I have yet to figure out the spring from which Campbells gets their soups.

    Although, I must admit that after drinking my soup neat, I finally decided to set my standards aside and add about 50% water to the soup. This really helped bring the subtle yet complex flavors of the chicken to the surface while at the same time mellowing out the salty undertones.

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    Re: What are you drinking tonight? (Spring '07)

    This is my third time drinking from my first ever bottle of OGB Bonded. I'm actually sorry I didn't try this one sooner because now I'd really like to do a side by side of it with WT101. I've read that this bourbon and the WT101 have a high rye content in their mashbill but I think it shows alot more in the OGB Bonded since it kinda reminds me of drinking straight rye (Admittedly, I've only tried one kind of rye.). As good as it is every sip disappoints me because it lacks the sweetness of the wheaters I've been drinking lately but this is not to say that this is, by any means, not a good pour.
    /\../\

    "I've had eighteen straight whiskies, I think that's the record . . ." - Dylan Thomas

 

 

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