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    I personally prefer Johnnie walker. Specifically double black ( as far as taste goes ). So what whisky do you guys prefer?

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    Not a whiskey man (patron is my heart), but Jack gets the nod when it has to be whiskey.
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    Glenfiddich 18 :)
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    Years ago I got to try some Johnny Walker blue label and it was truly amazing. Just a little too expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twincamfxd View Post
    Years ago I got to try some Johnny Walker blue label and it was truly amazing. Just a little too expensive.

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    May have to give this a try.

    And now that I think about it, one of my favorite drinks is Manhattan, which is composed of whiskey.
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    Stoile Black Russian.

    If you are going to mix something with the drink, why not another liquor?:D
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    Ardbeg Single Malt Whisky...

    From their website:

    An explosion of crackling peat sets off millions of flavour explosions on the tongue: peat effervesces with tangy lemon and lime juice, black pepper pops with sizzling cinnamon-spiced toffee. This is followed by a wave of brine infused with smooth buttermilk, ripe bananas and currants. Smoke gradually wells up on the palate bringing a mouthful of warm creamy cappuccino and toasted marshmallows. As the taste lengthens and deepens, dry espresso, liquorice root and tarry smoke develop coating the palate with chewy peat oils.
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    Canadian Club.
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    How much is a shot of Johnnie blue?

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    About 5 years ago, the bar I frequented did it at $70 a shot, but now I have no idea.

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    Johnnie Walker Double Black Label
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    Jack Daniel's
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    Quote Originally Posted by twincamfxd View Post
    About 5 years ago, the bar I frequented did it at $70 a shot, but now I have no idea.

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    Wow that's rough. I might as well buy the bottle. What is it $300 now?

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    The bottle was only about $180 at the time, but it was the bar markup that was the killer lol. Needless to say they didn't sell much of that.

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    I am not old enough yet, but when I am, I'll drink a whiskey from the Old West, like Old Crow.
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    If you lived in NY I would buy you a bottle of Johnnie on your 21st birthday.

    And I never heard of old crow.


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    Quote Originally Posted by twincamfxd View Post
    The bottle was only about $180 at the time, but it was the bar markup that was the killer lol. Needless to say they didn't sell much of that.

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    One of my friends buys a blue label every month. I saw it for $250 on eBay.

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    At a bar, I'll drink jack. When I buy a bottle, my favorite is currently Woodford Reserve.

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    Is " Woodford " closer to jack or Johnnie?

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    Woodword is a bourbon. So, it would be closer to jack, made in a bourbon fashion, tho it is not a bourbon, since it is made in Tennessee. Johnnie Walker is a scotch. It isn't entirely different, but it is a completely different distilling process.

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    Jack honey is my favorite. I even love using it with some juice. So sweet :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by independentvolume View Post
    Canadian Club.
    You can't be serious. CC is one step above rotgut. Get a bottle of Crown Royal. You're welcome.

    BTW - Weiser's Special Old for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WasteSomeTime View Post
    If you lived in NY I would buy you a bottle of Johnnie on your 21st birthday.

    And I never heard of old crow.


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    I live in the NYC region. It'll be my b'day on the 1st ;):D
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    From the answers it is quite obvious we've got a lot of North Americans here :)

    When it comes to whisky, I'll stick with the Scott's, but cheers anyway, no matter what your poison!
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    I haven't tried a lot of Scotch. I have had me some of the Glenlivet before and quite enjoyed it. Bourbon is more accessible, and cheaper around here too. :)
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