BKITU: maxheck: cretinbobYes, but 75% of the bourbon isn't inbredWrong tack.... Name a bourbon that doesn't name inbred ancestry.Four RosesWild TurkeyBuffalo TraceAncient Age1776
CJ The Rev: dolphinsgonwild: Wife and I went through Kentucky. Stayed the night in some Podunk county. Couldn't get a drink if I put a gun to someone's head. Had to drive two counties over to find a truck stop restaurant that served beer.I had the same experience. Fortunately I had stopped in Louisville and picked up wine and bourbon before travelling on. The hotel couldn't find a corkscrew for the wine so I had to go to a store and buy one (why does the dollar store sell corkscrews in a dry county????)Bourbon was my first whisky experience (as an adult looking for taste, not some kid looking for a drunk), then I tried scotch to compare the flavours/experiences. Then someone told me that Canadian whisky is world class, so I tried the award winner this year (Corby's Lot 40). It turns out that it is VERY good.Ironically, I lived down the street from that distillery for the first 19 years of my life. I still (bad pun intended) live in Canada and visit the area regularly. Next time I am down there I am going on a tour of the place, and telling them how much I like their stuff.
JoieD'Zen: olddinosaur: Drove through Kentucky last summer. Not one, not two, but THREE big distilleries, all in the same county.When we drove through there years ago it was Sunday and no booze. WTH people?
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