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#1 sputman

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Posted 18 April 2014 - 08:56 PM

So far I've tried:

 

Maker's Mark

Maker's Mark 46

Evan Williams Single Barrel

Jim Beam Black

Ancient Ancient Age 10 Star

Four Roses Small Batch

 

So yeah, nothing real fancy.

 

So far I think I like the Evan Williams best. 

 

I did really like Maker's Mark 46, it's just a little out of my price range for a sipping whiskey. And I'm gonna try Elijah Craig 12 year because evidently it's a great bourbon for the price.

 

So maybe I like a wheated bourbon? I'd love to try Old Fitzgerald but I haven't found it in my area (Chapel Hill, NC).

 

I'm currently drinking Four Roses Small Batch but it's not as sweet as I'd like. I'm currently on my 9th finger of Four Roses so this post isn't as coherent as I'd like.

 

What do you recommend? 


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Posted 21 April 2014 - 12:14 PM

Keep it simple. 

 

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Posted 21 April 2014 - 06:16 PM

So far I've tried:

 

Maker's Mark

Maker's Mark 46

Evan Williams Single Barrel

Jim Beam Black

Ancient Ancient Age 10 Star

Four Roses Small Batch

 

So yeah, nothing real fancy.

 

So far I think I like the Evan Williams best. 

 

I did really like Maker's Mark 46, it's just a little out of my price range for a sipping whiskey. And I'm gonna try Elijah Craig 12 year because evidently it's a great bourbon for the price.

 

So maybe I like a wheated bourbon? I'd love to try Old Fitzgerald but I haven't found it in my area (Chapel Hill, NC).

 

I'm currently drinking Four Roses Small Batch but it's not as sweet as I'd like. I'm currently on my 9th finger of Four Roses so this post isn't as coherent as I'd like.

 

What do you recommend? 

 

If you like wheated bourbon, WL Weller is a less expensive, easy drinking bourbon. I also like Bulleit and Woodford Reserve.



#4 F.Michael

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Posted 30 April 2014 - 04:32 PM

A few years back I started a scotch thread...

 

I've tried a few different bourbons, but for me they sorta came off as too sweet...Ironically though I do love my bourbon aged scotch whisky.



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