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(JSOnline)   Limited edition 30-year-old Kentucky whiskey sells for $4,000 a bottle. Apparently it is so strong, it can get people drunk enough to pay $4,000 a bottle   (jsonline.com) divider line 11
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2013-12-02 10:10:30 AM
30 years is a long time to keep something in the barrel.  Most folks can't taste the difference anyway.  This is whiskey for snobs with more money than sense and tiny dicks.
 
2013-12-02 11:43:21 AM

Lt. Cheese Weasel: 30 years is a long time to keep something in the barrel.  Most folks can't taste the difference anyway.  This is whiskey for snobs with more money than sense and tiny dicks.


Especially since this is not straight bourbon but a blend.  Might as well call this stuff homeopathic as each bottle probably has just drops of the 30-year-old stuff.

Have had Michter's bourbon and American whiskey in the past and wasn't too impressed.
 
2013-12-02 12:52:46 PM
If you've got $3600, lots of ice, and a 2 liter bottle of Mountain Dew, you're all set. Maybe some Nacho Cheese Doritos to go with it.
 
2013-12-02 01:11:25 PM

MrBallou: If you've got $3600, lots of ice, and a 2 liter bottle of Mountain Dew, you're all set. Maybe some Nacho Cheese Doritos to go with it.


I was thinking Four Loko instead.

StrikitRich: Especially since this is not straight bourbon but a blend. Might as well call this stuff homeopathic as each bottle probably has just drops of the 30-year-old stuff.


If there's an age statement on the bottle, by law that has to be the youngest whiskey in the mix.
 
2013-12-02 02:37:09 PM
I'm only just starting to drink bourbon, but while visiting my younger brother at his D.C. cigar bar he gave me a taste of the Pappy Van Winkle 20 year...and I get it. It was amazingly smooth, sweet and very very pleasant.
Different from the very few other bourbons that I've tried so far.

I'm trying to work up the scale from sweet drinks to MANLY brown liquors.
Currently on a aged old rum kick.
 
2013-12-02 03:02:22 PM

Lt. Cheese Weasel: 30 years is a long time to keep something in the barrel.  Most folks can't taste the difference anyway.  This is whiskey for snobs with more money than sense and tiny dicks.


If you can't afford it, insult the size of the junk of those that can.
 
2013-12-02 03:21:14 PM
Ehhhh we got our pappy van winkles this week, a 12 year, 20 year, and a 23 year if they guy doesnt pick it up by the weekend, so pretty much gonna be drunk christmas eve
 
2013-12-02 03:41:48 PM
I'm a Bourbon guy. It's my libation of choice, by a long shot. I embrace everything that magical elixir can bring to the table, especially in food. Splash a bit in your green bean casserole sometime if you don't believe me.

I have no interest in trying this. Not at that price point, anyway. $300? Maybe.
 
2013-12-02 08:09:31 PM
Does it get you any drunker than Crown? No? Well, since I happen to know that Crown doesn't get you any drunker than Evan Williams, so by the transitive property, I'm just as drunk as those rich fools. QED.
 
2013-12-02 08:40:23 PM
Pfft.

We've got two bottles of Panther Piss whiskey. Stuff is AWESOME, very smooth, will knock you kicking.

/connoisseur said if we had papers for it, it would probably go for $150 a shot
//don't like whiskey, but I can appreciate it
 
2013-12-03 07:02:50 PM

StrikitRich: Lt. Cheese Weasel: 30 years is a long time to keep something in the barrel.  Most folks can't taste the difference anyway.  This is whiskey for snobs with more money than sense and tiny dicks.

Especially since this is not straight bourbon but a blend.  Might as well call this stuff homeopathic as each bottle probably has just drops of the 30-year-old stuff.

Have had Michter's bourbon and American whiskey in the past and wasn't too impressed.


Suckers/fools and their money soon part ways.  What you're getting is a bottle that is 99.9% 3 yr old moosepiss with 3 drops of 30 yr old moose piss added in. Instant 30 yr old Distilled Classic.
 
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