What kinds of Whisk(e)y you fellas drink?

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  • Drcrimson

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    Oct 23, 2020
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    Hard to beat some good old Alabama corn whiskey
     

    Toddknocker

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    Apr 17, 2022
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    Old Forrester 1910, Four Roses single barrel, Woodford Double Oaked, Bulleit 10 year. Lately I’m enjoying an excellent Wild Turkey Rare Breed. Cask strength at 116 proof.
     

    schief

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    Feb 18, 2018
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    Willet, Chattanooga, Rare Breed Rye and Bourbon, High West Double Rye, Redbreast Irish, Russell’s Reserve and Monkey Shoulder.
     

    alan.thurber1993

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    Jan 1, 2022
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    I mostly stay with crown. I like all of their selections straight or mixed. I should branch out and try more. I don’t mind jack either. I used to love Buffalo trace but havent had it in years. Back in my more “broke” days, the only one we bought was heaven hills. Lol
     

    CBG

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    Apr 23, 2021
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    OK. You folks are way ahead of me. Used to enjoy Bacardi Dark years ago but assumed Bacardi stopped making it. As far as Bourbon, I still prefer Bulleit and Wild turkey over ice with no water and no carcenogenic Coke. Was recently gifted a bottle of Elijah Craig (Small Batch 1789) by a good friend and find it warm and wonderful. Thanks for all the tips on brands and retailers.
     

    KC1911

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    Jun 5, 2017
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    I do old fashions so i like the bulletit rye but sazerac rye is my favorite.
    woodford reserve
    clyde may's
    are both readily available as well.
     
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