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mbroo5880i
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Went for a run tonight.  Came home and painted my bedroom.  Now, enjoying a couple of pours of KCSB while watching Last Dance.

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Clueby

Happy Anniversary, Joe. Grabbed the ER for a toast! Mrs. Clueby and I will (only?) hit 27 years in a couple weeks. I will officially then be married longer than single in my lifetime.

Spent the evening cutting grass at my daughter's so I'm soaking my tired bones in the hot tub with the pour(s). Her yard is almost all hill.

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fishnbowljoe

Many thanks for all the anniversary wishes. It’s much appreciated. FWIW, yes, the eagles landed. 🦅🦅 Best to you and yours, and cheers to one and all. 🥂
 

Biba! Joe

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flahute

Welp - time to go to the bunker for some WLW to toast Joe on his anniversary. Congrats to you friend!

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PaulO

Happy anniversary Joe.

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BlueMonk
13 hours ago, mbroo5880i said:

Went for a run tonight.  Came home and painted my bedroom.  Now, enjoying a couple of pours of KCSB while watching Last Dance.

Like you, I got in a run yesterday and finished up episode 10 of Last Dance last night while enjoying some BT.  Hope you enjoy the show and bourbon as much as I did.  

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beasled

Enjoying some WT101 watching the day end. Hope everyone is keeping safe. 

 

 

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GTStagg

Was going to go snook fishing from the kayak until about midnight, but the lightning doesn't look like it will let up, so I will have to hunker down with the wife and a pour of ECBP A120.

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Three quarks

AA90, Yum! Unbelievable it's only $10! If this were the 80, I would have passed. But I saw that important "90" on the label. Very happy to find it.

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LCWoody

I’m probably going to finish this bottle tonight. I have really enjoyed this bourbon and I will buy another, if I see one. 
Everyone have a great memorial day weekend. 

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Skinsfan1311

Every once in a while, I get an itch, for pure, oily, corn goodness, and this one always scratches that itch.  Good, cheap and delicious. Most of my bourbon friends cringe in horror, and shake their heads in disbelief, when I break it out.😂

 

I don't care, you like what you like,and I really like Mellow Corn.

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Razer91

Found this open bottle of Booker's while digging through my whiskey closet. Still great after all these years IMG_20200522_205703.thumb.jpg.a608d855c81fbb8e73ce44345e85aaee.jpg

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Mattk
15 minutes ago, Razer91 said:

Found this open bottle of Booker's while digging through my whiskey closet. Still great after all these years IMG_20200522_205703.thumb.jpg.a608d855c81fbb8e73ce44345e85aaee.jpg

I can't believe you are using one of those glasses. It's definitely one of my favorites, mine has a BT product in it though.

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FasterHorses

OKI 10 

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clearmoon247

A pour of one of my favorite whiskeys of all time. 

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Razer91
21 minutes ago, Mattk said:

I can't believe you are using one of those glasses. It's definitely one of my favorites, mine has a BT product in it though.

 

Nice glass! I found a couple of these at Goodwill a few years ago. They're really nice and solid; great for old fashioneds. 

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Bob_Loblaw
22 hours ago, fishnbowljoe said:

Many thanks for all the anniversary wishes. It’s much appreciated. FWIW, yes, the eagles landed. 🦅🦅 Best to you and yours, and cheers to one and all. 🥂
 

Biba! Joe


Happy anniversary Joe! Keeping with the theme, I had a wee pour of CYPB (my 8 year anniversary bottle) and am now killing off a WSR store pick.  It’s a good night. 

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Richdel
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Feel like I am getting the Saturday Happy Hour started.  My son, who is home from NYC and staying with us until he can return, decided he would partake in a bourbon mixed drink with the wifey and I. 

I decided to make Cherry Manhattans.  Using a standard 100 proof FR single barrel, with Cocchi vermouth, Cherry Bitters, and a teaspoon of maraschino cherry syrup.  Just the right drink to whet the appetite before the grilled chicken get done.  Happy Memorial Day weekend to all of you.

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JGriff

Hope everyone is doing well and enjoying the long weekend.  EC18 is such a nice pour.  Wish it were readily available.   Cheers y’all.  

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FasterHorses
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On 5/22/2020 at 5:46 PM, LCWoody said:

I’m probably going to finish this bottle tonight. I have really enjoyed this bourbon and I will buy another, if I see one. 
Everyone have a great memorial day weekend. 

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very nice mgp

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MTNBourbon

Still have some of this left.

 

Cheers!

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BigSkyDrams

Even though I claim to have experienced some level of bourbon zen, I’m ashamed to say tonight was my first ever evening drinking EWBIB. Gotta say it’s pretty fantastic for $18. Nothing complex or challenging, but quality and quaffable, which is kind of what I was going for tonight. 

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PaulO

I haven't had KCSB in a long time.  It's basically been empty shelf space in stores.  I found some today, just got the wax off.  No barrel information, but taste is the classic KC profile.  Tiny sips will be rewarded.  Shouldn't hurry with high proof, but I already knew that.

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Richnimrod

I had the nice 'problem' of deciding among the several sample bottles sent to me for my recent birthday by my Baby Boy, Gary.     

I went with a couple I haven't previously tried: Barrell Bourbon Batch 23, and Blood Oath Pact 6.   Even though the BO6 was lower ABV by about 4%, it came off as 'hot' to me, though the profile was decent, and fit into my usual preference for well-aged Bourbons, and it had a very nice finish.    I liked it in spite of the 'burn'.      The BB23 is also a long aged Bourbon, and drank easy for a 108-proofer; but it came with a kind of resinous (fresh-cut cedar-y?) note that I couldn't entirely get around.   That note was obvious fro mid-palate through the finish.    I still enjoyed 'em both; but, I doubt I'd pay the asking price for either.

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