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    Re: Any bourbon/whiskey drinkers here?

    Gentleman Jack over ice with a touch of Ginger Ale. The carbonation really opens up the Flavors. Mmmmm

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    Re: Any bourbon/whiskey drinkers here?

    opposite of OP, but Suntory 18 year has been on my top shelf, replacing alot of others.....amazing stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by mnehls86 View Post
    This is something I need to plan on doing
    If you do, post back regarding whether Hilton has wrecked the place with regard to its, uhm..genteel decrepitude...which sure gave it Character with a capital "C".

    Sigh...I *KNOW* they will have replaced the older elevator, which I simply loved, as it was, uhm...a bit of an adventure that was scaring some of the [less adventurous] guests. I found it great fun, especially after visiting the bar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tc99m View Post
    Gentleman Jack over ice with a touch of Ginger Ale. The carbonation really opens up the Flavors. Mmmmm
    Wish I could trade you mine for some Detailing Products or something, way too sweet for me and the bottle I ws gifted is just sitting there.
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    Re: Any bourbon/whiskey drinkers here?

    Has anyone tried Iron Smoke Distillery "Rattle Snake Rosie"?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Accumulator View Post
    Wish I could trade you mine for some Detailing Products or something, way too sweet for me and the bottle I ws gifted is just sitting there.
    A few years ago I would have loved to trade. I don`t drink much anymore. An occasional beer with my Dad, because I love those little father son moments.

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    Got a small BLACK LABEL for new years. VERY SMOOTH.
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    You name the Bourbon.....I`m from the State of the BEST Bourbons Made .....try
    E.H. Taylor if you can find it, it`s a almost Made to order
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tc99m View Post
    A few years ago I would have loved to trade. I don`t drink much anymore. An occasional beer with my Dad, because I love those little father son moments.
    I don`t drink the way I used to either (probably more a commentary on my past practices than anything else).

    Nice that you and your dad have those moments. Mine was a, uhm...rabid teetotaler to put it politely.

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    Re: Any bourbon/whiskey drinkers here?

    Quote Originally Posted by wendell jarvis View Post
    You name the Bourbon.....I`m from the State of the BEST Bourbons Made .....try
    E.H. Taylor if you can find it, it`s a almost Made to order
    I will put that on my list to try. A couple places around me say they have it (40-70 miles away) So I will wait until I am headed out towards one of those places and look for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Accumulator View Post
    If you do, post back regarding whether Hilton has wrecked the place with regard to its, uhm..genteel decrepitude...which sure gave it Character with a capital "C".

    Sigh...I *KNOW* they will have replaced the older elevator, which I simply loved, as it was, uhm...a bit of an adventure that was scaring some of the [less adventurous] guests. I found it great fun, especially after visiting the bar.
    Might be a couple years but a buddy and me were already in early stage talks about going out that way. Hopefully I will remember to check this thread when we get to really planning.

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    mnehls86- IMO staying at, uhm...interesting hotels with history to `em.. can make a trip a lot better than it`d be if you just stay at the usual places (even the nice pricey ones).
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    Re: Any bourbon/whiskey drinkers here?

    I have been on a quest the last 2 years or so to find a good sipping whiskey that doesn`t burn going down. I have tried Glenfiddich 12 year old Scotch but I can say I am not a scotch drinker. A while back I picked up a bottle of Jameson Gold reserve(expensive whiskey) which isn`t too bad but not the smooth I am looking for. After watching all those episodes of Moonshiners I couldn`t help but pick up a bottle of Tim Smith`s shine. It is actually quite smooth going down but the after taste leaves something to be desired though. I even tried mixing it in a drink and I thought I had mixed up parts cleaner into my Pepsi. When I was at the liquor store one of the attendants suggested JP Wiser, I didn`t buy that trip but the last time in I grabbed a bottle of the 18 year old whiskey. I have tried it but memory failure and can`t remember what it tasted like(no I didn`t drink that much to cause memory loss ). Looks like i will have to try it again. I will go back through these posts and write a couple down for my next trip.
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    skibik- Hmmm..see how people differ? I dunno if I`d *like* a whiskey that lacks that burn. Though it does always seem to become less pronounced after I`ve had a few.

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    For me that burn that I described I should have said that moment that it seems to take your breath away. Kind of like that moment you see in movies when a noob takes a straight shot then they gasp for air and say smooooooth! To me that is not smooth. Not sure how I could otherwise describe it.
    Dean.

 

 
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