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    Binny's Hand-Picked Recommendations?

    Does anyone have some suggestions for the hand picked Binny's whiskies?
    I'm looking at the single malts but open for American of course, ETL or ER.

    I'm looking for a bottle around $50 or under.
    Cheers!
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    Re: Binny's Hand-Picked Recommendations?

    Their hand selected ETL is fantastic, haven't opened the Eagle Rare yet.

    Cheers

    Scott
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    Re: Binny's Hand-Picked Recommendations?

    I too can highly recommend the ETL..... (mine almost disapeared in one session)

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    Re: Binny's Hand-Picked Recommendations?

    I've been sitting on a bottle of their ETL, I'll have to open it soon. Their Weller 12 is real nice too, though I've never had any other Weller 12.
    Tim

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    Re: Binny's Hand-Picked Recommendations?

    Quote Originally Posted by camduncan View Post
    I too can highly recommend the ETL..... (mine almost disapeared in one session)
    I had the exact same experience.

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    Re: Binny's Hand-Picked Recommendations?

    I am going to get the Binny's ETL after just finishing a standard ETL.

    I have a question, if you could only choose one, would you pick the Binny's Eagle Rare or the Antique Collection Eagle Rare?
    ovh

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    Re: Binny's Hand-Picked Recommendations?

    Wow. Sounds like the ETL hands down.
    Looks like I may go with American over Scottish after all.
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    Re: Binny's Hand-Picked Recommendations?

    I had a SB Elmer T that didn't wow me, but one of the best bottles of Buffalo Trace I ever had was a SB from Binnys. It was sublime!
    Chris/Oregon

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    Re: Binny's Hand-Picked Recommendations?

    I have had both... loved both... aslo you should try the name brand Buffalo Trace. You can go wrong with anything from Buffalo Trace, including Buffalo Trace, Elmer T. Lee, and Eagle rare. Better yet, get it from Binnys as it is single barrel.

    But why is this in Foreign Whiskey ??

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    Re: Binny's Hand-Picked Recommendations?

    Quote Originally Posted by drli View Post
    But why is this in Foreign Whiskey ??
    My original intention was for Scotch recommendations from the Binny's hand picked selection.
    "It hasn't cured my broken heart, but it sure helps a lot."
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