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  1. #31
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    Re: Bourbon for mixing

    Quote Originally Posted by Sijan View Post
    And I do think I can tell the difference between good bourbon and bad in a bourbon and Coke. Old Crow and Coke sounds pretty nasty to me.
    It not only sounds nasty, it is, well, not nasty, but not very good.

    However, I must say that I also did not like Booker's and Coke.

    Now, Pappy 20 and Coke is sublime. If I were made of money I wouldn't pour anything else in a Coke. As it is, I am still on my first bottle of Pappy 20...

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    Re: Bourbon for mixing

    One thing to remember with the NAS thing. Wild Turkey Rare Breed, Blanton's, and Elmer T. Lee are all NAS.

    I defy anyone to say that those are not top shelf bourbons. They may or may not be to your taste, as always YMMV. But they are premium bourbons.

    Ed
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