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    Shotglasses => Are they usefull?

    Do you have a collection of shotglasses? If you do what do you use them for? I like to pick up a shotglass whereever I am at. It's a clear remberance of where I've been and perhaps of what I've done, but shotglasess have a higher useage as ordained by GOD. = = = > Listen up peoples = = = > Hear what I'm puttin' down = = = > Whenever you have a question as to what bourbon tastes better than another ==> Well then you need a shotglass! Yes it's true! You can spend many monyies on other glasses, but when it comes right down to it = = = > The fact is you need a shotglass! Always, but always do the shotglass test. You can thank me later,

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    Re: Shotglasses => Are they usefull?

    In addition, a shotglass is a whole lot easier to use than a malt blender's glass when making a depth charge.

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    Dave Morefield

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    Uhm, DUH! Tom. . . .

    call me stupid, but what is the "Shot Glass Test"??



    TomC

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    Re: Uhm, DUH! Tom. . . .

    Thanks, Tom! I surely wasn't going to be the one to ask.

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    Dave Morefield

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    Re: Uhm, DUH! Tom. . . .

    LOL!! I do what I can. . . .


    TomC

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    Re: Uhm, DUH! Tom. . . .

    You're totally clueless aren't you?!

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    Re: Uhm, DUH! Tom. . . .

    Well I may be clueless too. I think the shotglass would be most usefull to someone metering out the bourbon at 5 dollars a shot. It also comes in handy for throwing back the bourbon fast and hard as in s....faced quickly.

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    Re: Uhm, DUH! Tom. . . .

    uhm, yeah, by the shotglass test I am thinking of Booker's wins by a mile. . . . . .Zero to Shitfaced at 126 proof per shot!!


    Tom (who REALLY doesn't know what you mean, I guess) C

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    Re: Uhm, DUH! Tom. . . .

    It's soooooooooo simple really now. Different shotglasses from different places make it very easy to do blind taste comparisons. Whomever pours the bourbons to be compared can easily keep track of them if he or she can remember that the Woodford Reserve is in the Ft. Knox shotglass, the Old Forester 100 proof is in the Old Talbott Tavern shotglass and the regular 86 proof Old Forester is in the Oscar Getz shotglass. See? Easy! While fancy glasses may make for a better tasting experiance, but for direct comparisons you need shotglasses!! Don't compare bourbons without them.

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    Re: Uhm, DUH! Tom. . . .

    D'OH!!!!


    I Get it now!!! !!


    Tom (Simpson) C

 

 

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