Any bourbon/scotch drinkers?

Discussion in 'The Good Life' started by Tiredricefarmer, Dec 30, 2019.

  1. b1hart

    b1hart Speed Racer

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    Ok, @Dave in KY ….sounds like a plan for a Friday evening. And yeah, I know, too much ice in that one. Don’t use quite so much now.

    Wasn’t really ever a bourbon or whisky person, but several enablers over on the 30DC during the holidays….along with a trip to the store for wifey, and this came home too. The shot glass was a birthday gift.
     
  2. Dave in KY

    Dave in KY On second thought, Buttercup

    4 Roses Single Barrel is a GREAT choice and always loved that glass of yours :happy088:
     
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  3. b1hart

    b1hart Speed Racer

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  4. lottenhem

    lottenhem Well-Known Member

    This one was really good a bargain for $65, took 2 bottles at once because of limited number of bottles of 3200 to Sweden
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  5. lottenhem

    lottenhem Well-Known Member

    Whisky this evening before eating dinner consisting of Elk stew.
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  6. Sara-s

    Sara-s This Pun for Hire

    My husband received a very nice gift from his oldest friend, this week. His pal Tommy sent him a bottle of Old Forrester Bourbon. They then scheduled a Zoom chat (we are in NY and his friend is in California) and raised a toast together. I tried a bit of the bourbon too. Very complex taste with strong notes of pepper & caramel.
     
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  7. Paul Turner

    Paul Turner outside the quote(s) now

    Might want to avoid the bourbon before going out to the range. :)
     
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  8. Sara-s

    Sara-s This Pun for Hire

    Definitely. Arrows first; bourbon later.
     
  9. BigMike

    BigMike Well-Known Member

    Templeton Rye is nice in a Manhattan.
     
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  10. jtspartan

    jtspartan appropriately stimulated, via Netflix

    My small city rural Canadian liquor store gets in the odd case of different bourbons quite frequently (way more Canadian Ryes, obviously) and I got a bottle of Old Forrester recently as well. A bottle of Basil Hayden’s at the same time, too, as I can’t remember seeing either around here before. The Old Forrester is quite flavourful…the Hayden’s is very smooth, more like a high end Canadian Whisky- less flavourful than other bourbons in the same range, imho.
     
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  11. Tiredricefarmer

    Tiredricefarmer Well-Known Member

    I’m just the opposite. I’ve tried hard to like Old Forester and for whatever reason, I get a metallic taste from it. Now Basil Hayden, mmmmmmm……..one of my favorites! Amazing how we all have different tastes. Drink up my friend! :eatdrink047:
     
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  12. Tiredricefarmer

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  13. Dave in KY

    Dave in KY On second thought, Buttercup

  14. kjbarth

    kjbarth Well-Known Member

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