Drew: This is absolutely not true, I spend it on much cheaper bourbon
I could buy a lot of Kettle One for that and be much happier.
"The astronomical price of a bottle is justified, says Stoli, by the type of water used. This particular water is sourced from the Himalayan mountains, from an underground reservoir that has been pooling fresh melted snow. The water is then combined with 100% winter wheat harvested from Russia's Tambov region. "
Lance: "Now this is Panda, from Mexico. Very good stuff. This is Bava, different, but equally good. And this is Choco from the Hartz Mountains of Germany. Now the first two are the same, forty-five an ounce - those are friend prices - but this one... (pointing to the Choco)...this one's a little more expensive. It's fifty-five. But when you shoot it, you'll know where that extra money went. Nothing wrong with the first two. It's real, real, real, good shiat. But this one's a farkin' madman."
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