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Im pretty much a straight Bud Lite guy, but when I rarely do the hard stuff its either Jack Daniels whiskey or Wild Turkey Bourbon. Straight on the rocks..

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I do not par take very often but when I do I like Yukon Jack, straight.


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1 hour ago, ny hunter said:

Anyone enjoy a good cigar with the scotch.I like a Punch Rare Corjo El double  ....

Used to smoke punch cigars. My go to was the rancho but any would do. They went well with Pinch, Glenfiddich, or Famous Grouse. Any those were the days.

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Can't beat Midleton Irish Whiskey for a special occasion.  Tough on the wallet but easy going down the hatch.  Rocks glass with two cubes.  My standard Manhattan fare is Canadian Club or any other decent Blended Whiskey.  Not much of a bourbon or scotch drinker myself. 

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Ive gone to the non aged clear stuff. There is some good 'moonshines' coming out of the south. I have a bottle of Tim Smiths from Culpepper Va thats suprisingly smooth. Copper pot distilled.Tryed a couple from Ny distillers they seem to use stainless strippers to make it... Paint stripper would be a better choice.

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The 3 rules of drinking bourbon...

1.) Never spend more than $50.00 on a bottle.. 

2.) Never drink it neat. always add water or ice, even a mixer.. it opens up the full potential of it..

3.) Other than the above, Never tell someone how to drink their bourbon.. 

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So I made some bacon infused bourbon with Bulleit Not so sure I'm a straight bourbon fan. Bourbon barrel aged beer , yes. May regret this in the morning Next step is smoked Manhattan's 01222d0b03c3150662012bfcd9f4c18d.jpg


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I started to watch a bit of it the other night but just couldn't find it believable...

when they raided the camp in Georgia and they where at the camp behind and just got out in the nick of time on the back road was just a little much for me...

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I started to watch a bit of it the other night but just couldn't find it believable...
when they raided the camp in Georgia and they where at the camp behind and just got out in the nick of time on the back road was just a little much for me...

Too much whiskey put your Hunted ( tv show ) post here


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16 hours ago, turkeyfeathers said:


Too much whiskey put your Hunted ( tv show ) post here emoji4.png


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Lol not sure how the heck that happened ,,,,

i didn't even have the pleasure of whiskey last night...

Maybe it was my escape route from Hunted ....

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13 minutes ago, Moho81 said:

Currently 3 tall jack and cokes into the night shortly it will be 4.


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Having a few bourbon old fashions myself at present. It will be sweet dreams in a few. Enjoy.

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can't say i'm a whiskey drinker with a favorite.  I don't feel I've had enough to say so and it's not all I drink.  had all sorts of Jameson, Jack, Jim Beam, American Honey, Wild Turkey, Kentucky, Canadian, Black Velvet, and lots of others.  odd though I haven't had anything from Maker's Mark for some reason.  normally sippin it.  I don't drink soda or anything carbonated.  it's kind of mood dependent really. otherwise, right now I've got JB Red Stag Black Cherry in the fridge because the wife will drink it with fresh homemade lemonade.  I really enjoy stuff like Devil's Cut but nobody else would drink it so I don't get it.  Month's ago I went to the Dominican and tasted high end rum from a decade old to twice my age.  after college I thought i'd never stomach the stuff.  I guess I was kidding myself.


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Any single malt 20 years or older on the rocks with a splash of cold filtered water; preferably a McCallan 20, Balvenie 21 or 30. 


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Currently working on a bottle of Gentleman Jack that I am enjoying as well as a some Knob Creek that came as a Christmas present. The only bourbon I've found that I truly dislike is Jack Daniels black label, just too much charcoal for me. My go to has been Wild Turkey 101 for bourbon, Tullamore D.E.W. for Irish whiskey. Passed thru Kentucky and Tennessee on a recent trip to Florida and noticed signs for the Kentucky Bourbon Trail near Louisville. Now that sounds like a good long weekend trip ! On the water / ice front, I have tried crushed ice, cubes, rocks and have settled on a single large cube, (probably twice the size of a conventional cube) keeps the drink cool, melts slowly.

 

 

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36 minutes ago, turkeyfeathers said:

Muddled old fashioned ( Bullet bourbon ) watching Pulp Fiction bd8cdbc2d350fcad10033b0fea0a0dfb.jpg


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Ah yes good choice on the old fashioned. It's a yeungling type nite for me. Enjoy.

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