illannoyin: It's really easy for me.Tanqueray and tonic please./Can't have the brown liquor//The chemical reaction it has with my Scottish blood is very bad
sendtodave: areeves79: Count me as one of the "drink what you like crowd", if you like it then that's all that matters.I usually drink Bourbon, but I've been known to drink other spirits & liquors too. I'm usually willing to try something at least once.This is my current favorite in my "collection":I also prefer it chilled.Here are some pictures of my liquor cabinet:Impressive.I was never able to keep a collection.Well, not in my belly, I mean.
ghall3: AverageAmericanGuy: This kind of list appeals strongly to 20-something men who think that deep knowledge of liquors makes them more cultured.It's the same thing that sells 80 dollar t-shirts and badger bristle shaving brushes: insecurity.As a 20 something man, I sort of agree. However, I do like knowing why I like what I like so I can try new bourbons/whiskys/scotches and have an idea of what to expect.
vapor_trail: Ooba Tooba: Can anyone pount me to an excellent rum to sample?Under $35, not overly sweet like every other rum I've tasted.[www.ministryofrum.com image 160x250]
Tired_of_the_BS: Sidetrack, but yesterday I discovered
OtherBrotherDarryl: Hello[www.skinnerinc.com image 219x300]
Veteran of the Cola Wars: Hemingway loved them and drank them copiously.
AverageAmericanGuy: This kind of list appeals strongly to 20-something men who think that deep knowledge of liquors makes them more cultured.It's the same thing that sells 80 dollar t-shirts and badger bristle shaving brushes: insecurity.
Ooba Tooba: Can anyone pount me to an excellent rum to sample?
I'm just asking questions: Veteran of the Cola Wars:For me, it is a Tall Dark Stranger. Go ahead. Google it. You will not find it. It is a very old, pretty much forgotten drink from a hell of a long time ago. Hemingway loved them and drank them copiously.http://thedevilledegg-blog.com/2013/02/01/friday-magic-tall-dark-str an ger/
Donnchadha: mediaseth: Second axiom of whiskey: No finer bourbon then Jack Daniels.Wait, what? JD is fine and all, but not a bourbon.Annex 313.Canada and Mexico shall recognize Bourbon Whiskey and Tennessee Whiskey, which is a straight Bourbon Whiskey authorized to be produced only in the State of Tennessee, as distinctive products of the United States. Accordingly, Canada and Mexico shall not permit the sale of any product as Bourbon Whiskey or Tennessee Whiskey, unless it has been manufactured in the United States in accordance with the laws and regulations of the United States governing the manufacture of Bourbon Whiskey and Tennessee Whiskey.
Izunbacol: All that and it had the debunked, old-timey tongue-tastebud graphic?No phrenologists model of a skull, and an explanation of how Makers Mark is brewed by Aryans?
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