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KyleCBreese

I’m drinking Booker’s 30th for the first time and it just seems like a good KCSB store pick. I’ve been wanting a bottle, but now I’m torn. 

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Some BC 12y. This has been a very good pour. A little sweet (  Black licorice Sweet ) but I love it. 

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HMcK 10 here. Trying to erase the experience of walking in to a random liquor store, seeing VOB90 for $39.99 and walking straight out. 

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Trying Woodford Reserve Double Oaked this evening, butterscotch right up front, some spice and vanilla on the back. Enjoyable.

 

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Trying a taste of Longbranch again.  I am growing to like the bit of smoke on the end. 

 

 

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Let's keep the Woodford train rolling, shall we? Thanks to some generous soul at the "Sampler", I was able to try this. Picked up a bottle when I made it home, and now I get to find out if I enjoy it as much as I did in Bardstown.  So far, it's looking favorable. A bit thin, perhaps... but quite agreeable to me..

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Trying Woodford Reserve Double Oaked this evening, butterscotch right up front, some spice and vanilla on the back. Enjoyable.
 
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If you like chocolate desserts, this pairs very well!



Let's keep the Woodford train rolling, shall we? Thanks to some generous soul at the "Sampler", I was able to try this. Picked up a bottle when I made it home, and now I get to find out if I enjoy it as much as I did in Bardstown.  So far, it's looking favorable. A bit thin, perhaps... but quite agreeable to me..
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I found this too sweet. Nearly a liqueur. But I'm on a low carb/no sugar diet so a lot of things are sweet to me.
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13 minutes ago, jwperry said:


 

 


If you like chocolate desserts, this pairs very well!





I found this too sweet. Nearly a liqueur. But I'm on a low carb/no sugar diet so a lot of things are sweet to me.

 

I haven't even seen that one around here. Will be looking for it. Love me some dark chocolate. I've been low carbing it for about a month now, down 10 solid pounds. Hoping to shed a few more (also exercising). Fortunately, bourbon has no carbs!

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Let's keep the Woodford train rolling, shall we? Thanks to some generous soul at the "Sampler", I was able to try this. Picked up a bottle when I made it home, and now I get to find out if I enjoy it as much as I did in Bardstown.  So far, it's looking favorable. A bit thin, perhaps... but quite agreeable to me..
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Glad you liked it, and that’s why I bring things for people to try that are sometimes out of the ordinary.
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2 hours ago, Kepler said:

A little CEHT BP tonight

Someday I hope to find this one. Enjoy!

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1 hour ago, lcpfratn said:


Glad you liked it, and that’s why I bring things for people to try that are sometimes out of the ordinary.

 

2 hours ago, Galvin0791 said:

Let's keep the Woodford train rolling, shall we? Thanks to some generous soul at the "Sampler", I was able to try this. Picked up a bottle when I made it home, and now I get to find out if I enjoy it as much as I did in Bardstown.  So far, it's looking favorable. A bit thin, perhaps... but quite agreeable to me..

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A really nice choice I enjoy as a change of pace. I kind of look at this as the bourbon drinkers Irish and bring when I visit a friend that is partial to Irish whiskey. I did just pick up a Redbreast Cask Strength to take next time I visit him ?

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4 hours ago, KyleCBreese said:

I’m drinking Booker’s 30th for the first time and it just seems like a good KCSB store pick. I’ve been wanting a bottle, but now I’m torn. 

Yup.  That's about right.

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4 hours ago, BigRich said:


Gettin’ old ain’t for pussies.

Neither is the GTS. ;)

So simply stated, but yet so brilliant!

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5 hours ago, Vosgar said:

There I was, enjoying an after dinner WT 8yr 101 when the lovely Mrs. Vosgar brought out some pictures from our son's wedding, 13yrs ago. Sonofabitch.....what the hell's happened to me? 13 years isn't that long, but somehow I've aged at least twice that much :o

 

Promptly went and poured myself some '17 GTS to help ease the pain of reality.

Atta boy!

Everyone take note. This is how you handle difficult situations.

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10 hours ago, BigRich said:


Gettin’ old ain’t for pussies.

Neither is the GTS. ;)

 

Ha ha - you're still a young pup, too!  Wait 'til you wake up in the morning and EVERYTHING hurts when you go to pee - only way you know you're alive, tho'.   ?

 

See all y'all at Bruce's International Whiskey nite in a couple of weeks.  Bringing some hooch for him and a L&K pick of Kavalan Ex-Bourbon Cask down to Atlanta.   I'm his mule, I think . . . . . .  ?

 

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10 minutes ago, BMartin42 said:

Starting with some JTS Brown BiB. No ice, no glass.

I like it.  ;)

 

Biba! Joe

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$50/ea clearance at a random Wal Mart I stopped at.

This is unique. I can't tell if it is wheaty or rye-esque or something else. Very drinkable.IMG_20190503_173909386.jpg

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Starting with some 4R SmB Select while watching some Widespread Panic.  Nice combo.

 

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Starting with some 4R SmB Select while watching some Widespread Panic.  Nice combo.
 
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21 minutes ago, JMFH said:

Starting with some 4R SmB Select while watching some Widespread Panic.  Nice combo.

 

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As always the photog is on point! Widespread Panic...reminds me of my college days. Can’t wait to get a bottle of this. 

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