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2012-11-25 02:56:25 PM

simplicimus: whatisaidwas: foo monkey: Bourbon is disgusting.

You shut your whore mouth.

No, scotch is disgusting. Bourbon is nectar.


Read the original comment. Read the reply. Look at your response.
 
2012-11-25 02:58:41 PM

tweek46420: I like how everyone thinks the way they drink their whiskey is the best way

neat, on the rocks or anyway you chose to drink it, Whiskey is awesome


Well, if my way wasn't the best way, I wouldn't be having it that way :)

Tell me you don't cringe when someone dumps A1 on a medium-rare KC bone-in
 
2012-11-25 03:02:32 PM
Putting it out there... Rye.
 
2012-11-25 03:03:27 PM
I bought a bottle of Wild Turkey so the non-meat-eaters can damned well have some turkey.
 
2012-11-25 03:05:31 PM
Because it's not finished yet.

// That is all.
 
2012-11-25 03:05:42 PM

GrapeJack: Putting it out there... Rye.


Nice.

/It isn't bourbon.
 
2012-11-25 03:06:36 PM

redmid17: simplicimus: whatisaidwas: foo monkey: Bourbon is disgusting.

You shut your whore mouth.

No, scotch is disgusting. Bourbon is nectar.

Read the original comment. Read the reply. Look at your response.


I have time for an infinite loop? I think not.
/reminds me of my childhood. Dad would open a fifth of bourbon and throw the top away.
 
2012-11-25 03:06:47 PM
My reason is that I have a temporary crown that fell off on Thanksgiving day. I've been on Tylenol ever since trying to stay sane until I can get to my %$#@ing dentist tomorrow to have it re-cemented. I haven't had a drink since last Wednesday.

My bottle of Bulleit is getting lonely but my liver appreciates the holiday.

/ not so CSB
 
2012-11-25 03:08:10 PM

foo monkey: Bourbon is disgusting.


Heretic.
 
2012-11-25 03:10:16 PM

demaL-demaL-yeH: GrapeJack: Putting it out there... Rye.

Nice.

/It isn't bourbon.


It's a great compromise. Scotch people who say bourbon is too sweet and not complex... Rye.

Bourbon drinkers too cheap to buy good enough Scotch...Rye.

Solved itself.
 
2012-11-25 03:14:27 PM
FTFA : Coconut Ganache Bourbon Balls

I once told a girlfriend if she didn't put out, this is what might happen to me.
 
2012-11-25 03:16:11 PM
I presently have on hand:
Woodfords Reserve
Woodfords Reserve Double Oak
Woodfords Reserve Four Wood
Makers Mark
Makers Mark 46
Eagle Rare
Elijah Craig 18 Single Barrel
Old Fitzgerald 18
Wild Turkey 101
Wild Turkey American Honey
Buffalo Trace Bourbon Cream

And yes, I have visited all of the distilleries in Kentucky
 
2012-11-25 03:17:51 PM

Warmachine999: I presently have on hand:
Woodfords Reserve
Woodfords Reserve Double Oak
Woodfords Reserve Four Wood
Makers Mark
Makers Mark 46
Eagle Rare
Elijah Craig 18 Single Barrel
Old Fitzgerald 18
Wild Turkey 101
Wild Turkey American Honey
Buffalo Trace Bourbon Cream

And yes, I have visited all of the distilleries in Kentucky


No, you haven't.
 
2012-11-25 03:21:29 PM

demaL-demaL-yeH: Warmachine999: I presently have on hand:
Woodfords Reserve
Woodfords Reserve Double Oak
Woodfords Reserve Four Wood
Makers Mark
Makers Mark 46
Eagle Rare
Elijah Craig 18 Single Barrel
Old Fitzgerald 18
Wild Turkey 101
Wild Turkey American Honey
Buffalo Trace Bourbon Cream

And yes, I have visited all of the distilleries in Kentucky

No, you haven't.


Ok, let me ammend my comment. I have visited all of the large commercial distilleries in Kentucky. I spent a week visitng 2 or 3 a day.
 
2012-11-25 03:24:19 PM

Lsherm: foo monkey: Bourbon is disgusting.

That's because you keep shooting it like you're swallowing your boyfriend's load. Bourbon is meant to be enjoyed over time, like your mom.


Well said. Hell, I like you, Lsherm. You can come over to my house and fark my sister.
 
2012-11-25 03:39:29 PM

GrapeJack: demaL-demaL-yeH: GrapeJack: Putting it out there... Rye.

Nice.

/It isn't bourbon.

It's a great compromise. Scotch people who say bourbon is too sweet and not complex... Rye.

Bourbon drinkers too cheap to buy good enough Scotch...Rye.

Solved itself.


Bourbon, Scotch, and rye all have their place. And that place is in my glass. Seriously, they're all different and all wonderful. I'll throw Irish in there, too. Canadian whiskey, now, I'm not sure about.
 
2012-11-25 04:00:21 PM

Warmachine999: I presently have on hand:
Woodfords Reserve
Woodfords Reserve Double Oak
Woodfords Reserve Four Wood
Makers Mark
Makers Mark 46
Eagle Rare
Elijah Craig 18 Single Barrel
Old Fitzgerald 18
Wild Turkey 101
Wild Turkey American Honey
Buffalo Trace Bourbon Cream

And yes, I have visited all of the distilleries in Kentucky


Can I be your best friend?
 
2012-11-25 04:06:05 PM
11) Because it's Bourbon and it's the Corn Mother's way of saying she still likes white folks. :D

One does not need a reason for an open bottle of bourbon other than "It's there". :D

(And to keep this relevant to the actual article, we DID do some bourbonated cooking this Thanksgiving--maple bourbon mashed sweet potatoes, which turned out VERY well. (One advisory, though--Wild Turkey FLAMES during the flambe process; rather glad I have a rule of "I will not put in food a liquor I will not willingly consume, but by God that doesn't mean I have to put in Booker's or Knob Creek Single Barrel". :D SO nearly lost their eyebrows :D)

/Yes, Wild Turkey 101 and Evan Williams are about the lowest bourbons I will willingly drink straight
//Eagle Rare and Buffalo Trace are probably the least expensive bourbons I will drink on a regular basis
 
2012-11-25 04:10:56 PM

John Buck 41: Warmachine999: I presently have on hand:
Woodfords Reserve
Woodfords Reserve Double Oak
Woodfords Reserve Four Wood
Makers Mark
Makers Mark 46
Eagle Rare
Elijah Craig 18 Single Barrel
Old Fitzgerald 18
Wild Turkey 101
Wild Turkey American Honey
Buffalo Trace Bourbon Cream

And yes, I have visited all of the distilleries in Kentucky

Can I be your best friend?


Sorry, that role is taken by an even bigger Bourbon Head than I am, but you can join in on the Bourbon tasting party we are having on NYE. All you have to do is come out to my friends bar in Chicago.
 
2012-11-25 05:03:26 PM

TofuTheAlmighty: Because you're out of scotch?


This whiskey is great. Needs more dirt.
 
2012-11-25 05:18:21 PM

Warmachine999: John Buck 41: Warmachine999: I presently have on hand:
Woodfords Reserve
Woodfords Reserve Double Oak
Woodfords Reserve Four Wood
Makers Mark
Makers Mark 46
Eagle Rare
Elijah Craig 18 Single Barrel
Old Fitzgerald 18
Wild Turkey 101
Wild Turkey American Honey
Buffalo Trace Bourbon Cream

And yes, I have visited all of the distilleries in Kentucky

Can I be your best friend?

Sorry, that role is taken by an even bigger Bourbon Head than I am, but you can join in on the Bourbon tasting party we are having on NYE. All you have to do is come out to my friends bar in Chicago.


Not feasible but I will be there in spirit.
 
2012-11-25 05:31:24 PM
My current fave:

totalbeverage.net
 
2012-11-25 05:36:52 PM

theMagni: I bought a bottle of Wild Turkey so the non-meat-eaters can damned well have some turkey.


Vegas circa 1991. Wild turkey and nickel video poker at the bar. Hot bartender.
 
2012-11-25 05:43:11 PM
Currently have a bottle of Bulleit on my desk, considering getting a bottle of Buffalo Trace. Might forgo that for a bottle of Yamazaki 12 Yr. whisky.

//Or Citadelle gin
//Any other recommendations?
 
2012-11-25 05:59:14 PM

MrTDGoodrich: Currently have a bottle of Bulleit on my desk, considering getting a bottle of Buffalo Trace. Might forgo that for a bottle of Yamazaki 12 Yr. whisky.

//Or Citadelle gin
//Any other recommendations?


As mentioned upthread:

www.beveragewarehouse.com

Uncut, unfiltered, bottled at cask strength, aged between 6 and 8 years before bottling. There's some variation bottle to bottle, and a sprinkle of water to open it up helps because the alcohol content is higher than average (121-127 proof). It's a big whiskey, so if you like big smoky, spicy, with a lot going on type liquors, it could be right up your alley.
 
2012-11-25 06:17:56 PM

treecologist: My current fave:

[totalbeverage.net image 400x400]


TuteTibiImperes: MrTDGoodrich: Currently have a bottle of Bulleit on my desk, considering getting a bottle of Buffalo Trace. Might forgo that for a bottle of Yamazaki 12 Yr. whisky.

//Or Citadelle gin
//Any other recommendations?

As mentioned upthread:

[www.beveragewarehouse.com image 232x750]

Uncut, unfiltered, bottled at cask strength, aged between 6 and 8 years before bottling. There's some variation bottle to bottle, and a sprinkle of water to open it up helps because the alcohol content is higher than average (121-127 proof). It's a big whiskey, so if you like big smoky, spicy, with a lot going on type liquors, it could be right up your alley.


Both of those are Jim Beam brands, produced and bottled by the company. So is Knob Creek.
 
2012-11-25 06:24:54 PM

Lsherm:
Both of those are Jim Beam brands, produced and bottled by the company. So is Knob Creek.


Even if it comes from the same company, it has to use a different process and a different set of ingredients as it doesn't taste anything like the regular Jim Beam (which isn't to say JB is bad for a mass market whiskey).

I've tried the yellow label Jim Beam Rye a few times, and it's not bad. I need to pick up a bottle of one of the new small batch ryes that are popping up.
 
2012-11-25 07:08:43 PM

MrTDGoodrich: Currently have a bottle of Bulleit on my desk, considering getting a bottle of Buffalo Trace. Might forgo that for a bottle of Yamazaki 12 Yr. whisky.

//Or Citadelle gin
//Any other recommendations?


Blanton's. Black Maple Hill is pretty nice, too.
 
2012-11-25 07:48:36 PM
Because I love you, I give you my balls...

Big Bad Balchinian's Bourbon Balls

(1) 12 oz package of chocolate chips

2 Cups Powdered Sugar

½ Cup Light Corn Syrup

½ Cup Makers Mark

16 oz Vanilla Wafers - finely crushed

1 Cup Chopped Almonds

Melt chocolate chips in double boiler. Stir in sugar and corn syrup. Blend in Makers Mark. Add the crushed wafers and nuts. Mix and refrigerate for 1 hour. Shape into balls, sprinkle with more powdered sugar and refrigerate.

Eat my balls.
 
2012-11-25 08:04:32 PM

Balchinian: Because I love you, I give you my balls...

Big Bad Balchinian's Bourbon Balls

(1) 12 oz package of chocolate chips

2 Cups Powdered Sugar

½ Cup Light Corn Syrup

½ Cup Makers Mark

16 oz Vanilla Wafers - finely crushed

1 Cup Chopped Almonds

Melt chocolate chips in double boiler. Stir in sugar and corn syrup. Blend in Makers Mark. Add the crushed wafers and nuts. Mix and refrigerate for 1 hour. Shape into balls, sprinkle with more powdered sugar and refrigerate.

Eat my balls.


Looks good. Just one question. Can I use more than 1/2 cup of bourbon?
 
2012-11-25 08:06:21 PM
Thanks, I'll keep an eye out for them when I do my Christmas shopping.
 
2012-11-25 08:21:35 PM

John Buck 41: Balchinian: Because I love you, I give you my balls...

Big Bad Balchinian's Bourbon Balls

(1) 12 oz package of chocolate chips

2 Cups Powdered Sugar

½ Cup Light Corn Syrup

½ Cup Makers Mark

16 oz Vanilla Wafers - finely crushed

1 Cup Chopped Almonds

Melt chocolate chips in double boiler. Stir in sugar and corn syrup. Blend in Makers Mark. Add the crushed wafers and nuts. Mix and refrigerate for 1 hour. Shape into balls, sprinkle with more powdered sugar and refrigerate.

Eat my balls.

Looks good. Just one question. Can I use more than 1/2 cup of bourbon?


Excellent question. I have tried it myself. The short answer is yes, but not more than a tablespoon or so more. They won't hold their shape if you add too much. I always make a double batch, btw.
 
2012-11-25 08:29:02 PM
I should also point out that while my balls have bourbon in them, if you are going to eat them with the idea that you are going to get drunk off them you are in for a disappointment. You will be puking from the sugar long before you get buzzed. So if you want to get drunk use a glass and drink your bourbon. If you want a sweet, bourbon-infused delicacy, eat my balls.
 
2012-11-25 08:52:09 PM

Balchinian: I should also point out that while my balls have bourbon in them, if you are going to eat them with the idea that you are going to get drunk off them you are in for a disappointment. You will be puking from the sugar long before you get buzzed. So if you want to get drunk use a glass and drink your bourbon. If you want a sweet, bourbon-infused delicacy, eat my balls.


Thanks for the advice.
 
2012-11-25 10:06:44 PM

FloydA: Uchiha_Cycliste: ... but I swear to god I don't have a problem.

I have a problem. The bottle's almost empty.


My sympathies mate.
 
2012-11-25 10:16:07 PM
BONDED.
OLD GRANDAD
101.
That is all.
 
2012-11-26 12:45:02 AM
www.thefamousgrouse.com

if you want water try the hose, in here we drink whiskey
 
2012-11-26 01:02:56 AM
(patooie)

/hates bourbon
 
2012-11-26 07:47:33 AM
So what does it mean if you have 14 open bottles of bourbon?
 
2012-11-26 07:59:13 AM

Warmachine999: I presently have on hand:
Woodfords Reserve
Woodfords Reserve Double Oak
Woodfords Reserve Four Wood
Makers Mark
Makers Mark 46
Eagle Rare
Elijah Craig 18 Single Barrel
Old Fitzgerald 18
Wild Turkey 101
Wild Turkey American Honey
Buffalo Trace Bourbon Cream

And yes, I have visited all of the distilleries in Kentucky


Can you really count Bourbon Cream?

Here's mine:

Buffalo Trace (the daily driker)
Bakers
George T Stagg
Pappy 23
Ezra B 12 year old (Meh)
Thomas Handy Sazerac Rye
4 mason jars of uncut moonshine

I don't mind Scotch if it isn't a mouthful of peat, so:
The Balvenie 12 year old DoubleWood
The Balvenie 17 year old DoubleWood
Dalwhinnie 15 year old

TuteTibiImperes: Uncut, unfiltered, bottled at cask strength, aged between 6 and 8 years before bottling. There's some variation bottle to bottle, and a sprinkle of water to open it up helps because the alcohol content is higher than average (121-127 proof). It's a big whiskey, so if you like big smoky, spicy, with a lot going on type liquors, it could be right up your alley.


Mine was 130.6 proof. Was. Need another bottle now. Really good. I will admit to making some old fashioneds with it though. Nothing like having a full blown cocktail where the total proof is still more than a typical shot.
 
2012-11-26 08:18:48 AM

Bruce Campbell:

Can you really count Bourbon Cream?

Here's mine:

Buffalo Trace (the daily driker)
Bakers
George T Stagg
Pappy 23
Ezra B 12 year old (Meh)
Thomas Handy Sazerac Rye
4 mason jars of uncut moonshine

I don't mind Scotch if it isn't a mouthful of peat, so:
The Balvenie 12 year old DoubleWood
The Balvenie 17 year old DoubleWood
Dalwhinnie 15 year old

TuteTibiImperes: Uncut, unfiltered, bottled at cask strength, aged between 6 and 8 years before bottling. There's some variation bottle to bottle, and a sprinkle of water to open it up helps because the alcohol content is higher than average (121-127 proof). It's a big whiskey, so if you like big smoky, spicy, with a lot going on type liquors, it could be right up your alley.

Mine was 130.6 proof. Was. Need another bottle now. Really good. I will admit to making some old fashioneds with it though. Nothing like having a full blown cocktail where the total proof is still more than a typical shot.



It counts as it has Bourbon in it. Its considered a 'cordial' or 'Liqueur', just like the American Honey. 
I also have a couple of Scotches on hand: The Macallan - Cask strength, and a bottle of The Glenlivet Single Malt
I also have Rum: Captain Morgan Private Stock and a almost gone bottle of Captain Morgan Tattoo
And, to round out the 'Liqueurs' I have a bottle of Jamacan Rum Cream
 
2012-11-26 08:39:15 AM

Warmachine999: It counts as it has Bourbon in it. Its considered a 'cordial' or 'Liqueur', just like the American Honey.


I'll concede that, but I liken the American Honey stuff on par with that wretched Fireball cinnamon whiskey. Just..no. Haven't had the Bourbon cream. Any good?
 
2012-11-26 08:54:28 AM

Bruce Campbell:
I'll concede that, but I liken the American Honey stuff on par with that wretched Fireball cinnamon whiskey. Just..no. Haven't had the Bourbon cream. Any good?


Very good, but very hard to find. In the Chicagoland area it is ONLY sold by Binnys. No one else has it. None of the stores I have called or visited up in Wisconsin have even heard of it. Its a great dessert drink straight, or awesome in Coffee or Hot Chocolate.

As for the American Honey, that goes in my tea or is used as an adult cough medicine.
 
2012-11-26 03:56:40 PM

Warmachine999: Bruce Campbell:
I'll concede that, but I liken the American Honey stuff on par with that wretched Fireball cinnamon whiskey. Just..no. Haven't had the Bourbon cream. Any good?

Very good, but very hard to find. In the Chicagoland area it is ONLY sold by Binnys. No one else has it. None of the stores I have called or visited up in Wisconsin have even heard of it. Its a great dessert drink straight, or awesome in Coffee or Hot Chocolate.

As for the American Honey, that goes in my tea or is used as an adult cough medicine.


That's pretty much my use for bourbon-honey liqueurs--mix with some lemon juice or tea in event of a crud or drink straight as a (far more palatable) substitute for Ickytussin. :D

And if my state weren't so anal about shipping booze through the mail, I'd arrange a trade of bourbon cream for Choya umeshu (which is difficult-to-occasionally-impossible to get here, but damn if we don't have Buffalo Trace bourbon cream here :D). I personally like the stuff as a substitute for La Lechera in coffee (yes, if I have to be sober I use La Lechera, which is this Mexican sweetened-condensed-cream stuff that has the advantage of coming in a squirt bottle like honey).
 
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