Don't you just love that lighter Bob? Best $10 I ever spent (well $8 with my discount )
Good solid bourbon there Dave, I enjoy it myself.
Congrats, and that's a helluva grill!I am too lazy to start a new thread so I am just going to post this here. Our 15th wedding anniversary and we went a little overboard shopping today. She got me bourbon and I got her scotch.
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We split the grill, 3 hours, 14 pages of assembly instructions and several cuss words later I managed to get it together.
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Nice starters for sure, I highly recommend trying every Forrester you can find......quality bourbons.
I’m still a newb with the bourbon. But I like Buffalo Trace the most so far. I have a bottle of Russell’s Reserve and a bottle of Old Forrester 1920 yet to try
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Nice little collection you're starting based on the pics TomLast night I had two pours of the JE Pepper Rye and one of Eagle Rare.
Today smoked a '98 ERdM Petite Corona with some Weller 107.
As with all MGP releases it is delicious! It is a blend of rye and bourbon, hence the name. It reminded me of a really good rye without the bite. I’m assuming the bourbon plays a role in this mellowing.I saw this at my local store a couple days ago....can you tell us a little more about it?
Excellent, I appreciate the insights!As with all MGP releases it is delicious! It is a blend of rye and bourbon, hence the name. It reminded me of a really good rye without the bite. I’m assuming the bourbon plays a role in this mellowing.
It is a 92 proof and overall very smooth. I enjoyed it neat and picked up notes of vanilla and sugar. Definitely not as sweet as say an Angel’s Envy, but sweet notes throughout.
The Churchill logo you see if for my above the garage bar “The War Room”. Playing on Churchill’s War Rooms in London.I have the same batch release, nearly done with mine. It gets better each time its opened. BTW what is that Winston Churchill display you have? Looks interesting.