11-20-2012 09:47 AM
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  1. Laura Knotek's Avatar
    I have tried Scotch but just didn't care for it much.

    I do prefer bourbon or Tennessee whisky. Maker's Mark is pretty good too.

    I also like Bushmill's Irish whisky.
    10-15-2012 10:04 PM
  2. palandri's Avatar
    I have tried Scotch but just didn't care for it much.

    I do prefer bourbon or Tennessee whisky. Maker's Mark is pretty good too.

    I also like Bushmill's Irish whisky.
    No drinking and typing on the forums. :D
    10-15-2012 10:09 PM
  3. Laura Knotek's Avatar
    No drinking and typing on the forums. :D
    :lol: I'm not having any whisky now. I'm actually drinking soda.
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    10-15-2012 10:12 PM
  4. WasteSomeTime's Avatar
    I didn't realize there where rules.

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    10-20-2012 12:38 AM
  5. ImmortalWarrior's Avatar
    Forty Creek is my go to rye whiskey. No love for Canadian whiskey here is seems. Single malt for Scotch, and any bourbon other than that pisswater Jim Beam.

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    10-20-2012 12:48 AM
  6. WasteSomeTime's Avatar
    I had Jim bean devils cut 45 % and it was ok. Johnnie walker black is much more smoother than devils cut.

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    10-20-2012 02:59 PM
  7. a5cent's Avatar
    I have tried Scotch but just didn't care for it much.

    I do prefer bourbon or Tennessee whisky. Maker's Mark is pretty good too.

    I also like Bushmill's Irish whisky.
    The Scots have over a hundred different distilleries. Most of them distill multiple brands. Depending on the region, their products are VERY different. I don't enjoy all Scottish single malts either, but some I would classify as the most noble beverages in existence.

    I've always wondered what the term "scotch" really means (only really hear it in U.S. films). I assume it means "any whisky distilled in Scotland" (which I find rather pointless given the variety). Is that true, or do you guys have one particular product you call "scotch"?
    10-20-2012 05:18 PM
  8. jmshub's Avatar
    There are regulations regarding what qualifies as scotch. Whisky made in Scotland isn't automatically scotch any more than whisky made in Kentucky is automatically bourbon.

    Generally, whiskys made in Scotland are scotches, but they have to conform to these rules. http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scotc...gulations_2009

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    10-20-2012 06:39 PM
  9. WasteSomeTime's Avatar
    What does brandy mean?

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    10-23-2012 10:17 PM
  10. palandri's Avatar
    What does brandy mean?

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    [YT]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N-tRXewCAmU[/YT]
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    10-23-2012 10:25 PM
  11. Laura Knotek's Avatar
    What does brandy mean?

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    Brandy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    I do like Slivovitz. I once tried some that was distilled in Serbia and brought over to the US.
    10-25-2012 12:07 AM
  12. Laura Knotek's Avatar
    The Scots have over a hundred different distilleries. Most of them distill multiple brands. Depending on the region, their products are VERY different. I don't enjoy all Scottish single malts either, but some I would classify as the most noble beverages in existence.

    I've always wondered what the term "scotch" really means (only really hear it in U.S. films). I assume it means "any whisky distilled in Scotland" (which I find rather pointless given the variety). Is that true, or do you guys have one particular product you call "scotch"?
    Ballantine's is the brand I tried and disliked.
    10-25-2012 12:10 AM
  13. WasteSomeTime's Avatar
    Only drink band name whiskeys. I will not try anything that isn't known.

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    10-27-2012 09:19 AM
  14. Danielpena's Avatar
    Anyone tried single barrel jack or Pendleton?
    11-19-2012 01:31 PM
  15. icstars989's Avatar
    Im a pretty big fan of Wild Turkey American Honey. Im not huge Whiskey/Bourbon guy though, so my palette is pretty limited.
    11-19-2012 08:42 PM
  16. m0unds's Avatar
    Devil's Cut is the only bourbon I'd consider mixing with something - it's good with root beer. My favorite bourbon is probably Jefferson Reserve, with Knob Creek a close second. I got a bottle of Taos Lightning rye whiskey recently, and I like that a lot too.
    11-19-2012 08:57 PM
  17. Calm Vision's Avatar
    Crown Royal all the way.
    11-19-2012 10:03 PM
  18. Sathanous's Avatar
    Jameson overall... Woodford for Bourbon, but I haven't had many that I didn't like.
    11-19-2012 10:23 PM
  19. anon(1458)'s Avatar
    No whiskey for me here, Patron man here!
    11-20-2012 09:47 AM
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