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  1. #51
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    Old Line Naval Strength Rum - 114 proof -



    two navy pilots one a citadel grad run the place

  2. #52
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    45,000 barrels lost at Jim Beam, all still green at about a year in aging, which will probably put a dent in the supply in 2-3 more years. Over a million gallons of the lovely brown liquid gone, and maybe more if the wind changes the smoke pattern.Can you say Kentucky fire sale, or smoked bourbon?

  3. #53
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    I like Buffalo trace quite a bit. Knob Creek is the usual go to in a bar. Every now and then I'll come across a bottle of Pappy. I say that but I might have 4 drinks in a year.

  4. #54
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    Default Brown Water for the Sophisticated Palate

    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Nichols View Post
    if syphilis had a flavor...... Malort would be it.
    I say, Watson, the first three letters of the name should be a ...clue...!

    Greg wins the tasting notes competition!!

    House bourbons (because she prefers):
    Knob Creek
    Wild Turkey 101

    Also on hand:
    Knob Creek Rye

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    Angels Envy
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  5. #55
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    Buffalo Trace, Very nice. Also make a great vodka.
    Woodford Reserve - Great for sipping.
    Both have very good tours!
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  6. #56
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    Opening up a bottle of Joseph Magnus this evening right after this Pappy Van Winkle Robusto.


  7. #57
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    Quote Originally Posted by BarnStorm View Post
    Opening up a bottle of Joseph Magnus this evening right after this Pappy Van Winkle Robusto.

    Very nice!


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  8. #58
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    If you enjoy Blantonís give Eagle Rare a go. Itís easier to locate and has a nice finish IMHO. One of the things Iíve learned about whiskey is taste is very subjective.


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    Jon Payne
    Ambassador, Suarez Group of Companies
    Suarez International Law Enforcement Instructor

    The Two Most Dangerous Places in Today's World:
    1.) A Gun Free Zone
    2.) Your Comfort Zone

    I choose to live a peaceful life. It's not hard to change my mind.

  9. #59
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    Michter's Sour Mash for the win!

    Upon its being named “Whisky Of The Year” for 2019 by The Whisky Exchange, Michter’s US1 Sour Mash Whiskey became the first whiskey made in the United States to ever achieve this honor.

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  10. #60
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    My usual sipper is Elijah Craig Small Batch, it's hard to beat for the $$.

    I also like: Eagle Rare, Maker's Private Reserve (~114-118 proof), Blanton's, Angel's Envy, Larceny, Wild Turkey 101, Four Roses Single Barrel, 1792, and a few others.
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