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Discussion in 'Other Beverages' started by Beersnake1, Oct 16, 2019.
This one disappointed for the first two pours, but it's turning into a gem for the price ($38 at my shop — that's about $20 less than the Bunnahabhain 12):
Watching the NASCAR race live. I'm not much of a racing fan since Tony Stewart retired, but it's nice seeing them go at it at that wierdo egg-shaped Darlington.
Cask strength peat shootout:
Huevos chews holes in his blankets then finds a way to use the hole :
Good evening, all! Weller Special Reserve, in my new Master's Reserve tasting glass. Cheers!
Crossposted from WBourbonAYDN?
This caught my eye. A Whiskey distilled in a Wyoming town that I never heard of.
Very peachy and not lacking in vanilla. I like.
Back into this one...
Great whiskey. Cheers all!
Good evening, all! Whiskey Road in Cedar Falls is open again for sit-down dining, so a couple of my co-workers and I decided to stop in for supper and a wee dram. First up: a 2015 Midleton Very Rare. I've been waiting for this since St. Patrick's Day. Lovely aroma of vanilla, probably from all the time it spent in American oak bourbon barrels. Be very afraid: this goes down waaaaay too easy. Uber, anyone?
Following apps of Southwestern egg rolls, fried pickles, and cheesy potato puffs and an entrée of whiskey rib wraps with habanero sauce and Cole slaw, a little digestif is in order: Angel's Envy 7-Year Port Finish.
Stopped at Hurts Donut for a little dessert on the way home: classic blueberry donut and coffee. Remember when you could get a donut and a cup of coffee for a dollar? This ain't that.
Crossposted from the bourbon thread.
Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey nursing a Left Hand Peanut Butter Stout that absolutely needs the help
First pour from this one:
Probably one of my favorite warehouse tastings next to Lagaluvin, although we actually didn’t drink this one.
We actually finished with this, in the tasting which I had oddly sampled the night before while getting absolutely shithouse drunk at the Bowmore Hotel with some fellow Americans who were on a tour.
Then I proceeded to walk 4.5 miles back to my inn on a lovely moon lite night completely tore up, sober by the time I arrived though. The next morning, bright and early.
great tasting although everything hurt on me from my night excursion. Guy was absolutely hilarious doing the tasting.
Great story! And a day/night I'm sure you'll never forget.
Coincidentally I bought a bottle of the Bunnahabhain 18 earlier today on a whisk(e)y shopping trip. I'll open it sometime this week on my vacation. Can't wait!
Vacation week drams:
I took advantage of some cooler weather and played Covid-rules golf today: