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    Bulleit anyone?

    Digging the Basil Heyden. Very smooth. I just win some Bulleit (sp?) and haven't tried it yet, but I've heard good things. I'm 3/3 if the Bulleit is a hit. The Buffalo Trace is still a rock in the cabinet though. Whatcha pouring?

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    Had a sip of some Ron Zacapo Centenerio 23 year old rum.
    "America is not at war. The U.S. Military is at war. America is at the Mall."

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    too early for bourbon.course the way i have felt the last week,maybe time to start back.tried the jump,good stuff,woodford good,but Jefferson is the bomb.drop ben franklin and try the prez select,hmmm,good

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    well thx to Tapate went and bought some regular Jefferson.good and smooth.

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    You owe yourself a bottle of Blanton's. Especially if you find Buffalo Trace to be pleasing to your taste buds.

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    I like some rum too. I'll see if I can find it around here.

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    to my taste buds Blantons ok.just did not set me on fire.four roses is like drinking water,too smooth.used to do Knob Creek,after trying others found it had to much pepper after taste.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trout069 View Post
    to my taste buds Blantons ok.just did not set me on fire.four roses is like drinking water,too smooth.used to do Knob Creek,after trying others found it had to much pepper after taste.

    How about Elmer T. Lee? A but more bite than Blanton, but still might smooth. Four Roses was just ok to me. Many others I liked better

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    Someone find me some Pappy Van Winkle if ya don't mind. Thanks in advance

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