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  1. #601
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    Re: What Are You Drinking Tonight, Winter'07/'08

    I'm back on the Weller Centennial wishing I was over in Detroit with my fellow Michigan Bourbon Hounds.
    I couldn't make it because the weather screwed up the entire day.
    I am warm and dry now and hoping things don't get out of control over in the 313.
    ovh

  2. #602
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    Re: What Are You Drinking Tonight, Winter'07/'08

    Tonight I'm drinking flu medicine and cough suppresent. I raise my cup to those drinking something better.

    Regards,
    Squire

  3. #603
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    Re: What Are You Drinking Tonight, Winter'07/'08

    Tonight it is the 97 EV... lighter than I remimber, great little easy drinker... the english afternoon tea bourbons...

  4. #604
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    Re: What Are You Drinking Tonight, Winter'07/'08

    WT 101. An oldie, but a goodie.
    Knob Creek and a Winter Bock beer earlier at Ram.
    "A man can take a little bourbon without getting drunk, but if you hold his mouth open and pour in a quart, he's going to get sick on it."
    LBJ

  5. #605
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    Re: What Are You Drinking Tonight, Winter'07/'08

    Jim Beam Black.

    Main goal is to get drunk. Just need it tonight.

  6. #606
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    Re: What Are You Drinking Tonight, Winter'07/'08

    Quote Originally Posted by Thesh View Post
    Jim Beam Black.

    Main goal is to get drunk. Just need it tonight.
    Sometimes it's just the right thing to do, sometimes not. Hope all's ok with ya.
    Dalwhinnie SMS tonight, seems like it's going down well and making our umpteenth blizzard up here a bit less objectionable.
    Cheers!

  7. #607
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    Re: What Are You Drinking Tonight, Winter'07/'08

    Now taking not one but two meds that are incompatible with alcohol I cheat even less often and in lesser quantities.

    Now that I consume not more than an ounce or two a month I find myself reaching above my regular pours and going for the top-shelf bottlings. Tonight I treated myself to a skimpy pour of Pappy 20.

    As much as I love the nose, I find the palate and finish to be more woody than I prefer. I'll go so far as to say that if this bottling and the PVW 15 were equally available and priced the same, I would seldom drink the 20 y/o. It's interesting, and IMO everyone should taste it at least once for the educational value, but I believe 20 years is just too many.

    Yours truly,
    Dave Morefield
    Yours truly,
    Dave Morefield

    Dog Lover, Euphonium Player, Campfire Guitarist, Marksman,

  8. #608
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    Re: What Are You Drinking Tonight, Winter'07/'08

    Quote Originally Posted by bluesbassdad View Post
    Now taking not one but two meds that are incompatible with alcohol I cheat even less often and in lesser quantities.

    Now that I consume not more than an ounce or two a month I find myself reaching above my regular pours and going for the top-shelf bottlings. Tonight I treated myself to a skimpy pour of Pappy 20.

    As much as I love the nose, I find the palate and finish to be more woody than I prefer. I'll go so far as to say that if this bottling and the PVW 15 were equally available and priced the same, I would seldom drink the 20 y/o. It's interesting, and IMO everyone should taste it at least once for the educational value, but I believe 20 years is just too many.

    Yours truly,
    Dave Morefield

    I totally agree, Dave. Not only is the PVW 15 a more complex, well-round, tastier bourbon than the 23, it's much cheaper. The best I can do for PVW 20 is $74.99 (which is a very good price) while I can get the PVW 15 for $44.99 (if I can get it).

  9. #609
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    Re: What Are You Drinking Tonight, Winter'07/'08

    Pappy 20 is $89.99 around here. The 15 is around $45-50.I'm gonna have to do a blind taste test with these two soon.If I can get some participants, maybe tonight.
    "A man can take a little bourbon without getting drunk, but if you hold his mouth open and pour in a quart, he's going to get sick on it."
    LBJ

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    Re: What Are You Drinking Tonight, Winter'07/'08

    In an attempt to get some bottles empty, I had some Saz Jr, then some Blanton's Gold. Then some more Blantons Gold, then some more. She's still not empty, but she's getting there.....


    Scott
    "I feel sorry for people who don't drink. When they wake up in the morning, that's as good as they're going to feel all day" - Frank Sinatra

 

 

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