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I enjoy bookers and Woodford. Also a little talked about bottle is Basil Hayde ns. Won't break the bank and is tasty when served neat.

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Has anyone seen any Pappy 20yr in the wild? Supposed to have shipped a couple of weeks ago.

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Has anyone seen any Pappy 20yr in the wild? Supposed to have shipped a couple of weeks ago.

I have not yet but it's funny... I've been keeping an eye out for it as well. :)

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Has anyone seen any Pappy 20yr in the wild? Supposed to have shipped a couple of weeks ago.

I think Red Dog Wine & Spirits in Franklin has it, on South Royal Oaks next to Publix.

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Last week we picked up a bottle of Noah's Mill Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey [link] and have been enjoying it tremendously. Tonight we picked up a bottle of Eagle Rare Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey [link] and we're enjoying it equally as much. :yum:

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I normally drink Scotch (Johnnie Walker - Black), but tried Collier & McKeel this week. Recommended as a Tennessee Whiskey for Scotch drinkers. Not bad stuff at all, and distilled in Nashville, to my understanding.

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Tonight we picked up a bottle of Eagle Rare Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey [link] and we're enjoying it equally as much. :yum:

I saw that one today. I'll have to stop tomorrow and pick it up.

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Has anyone seen any Pappy 20yr in the wild? Supposed to have shipped a couple of weeks ago.

I'm having a glass right now.

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Last week we picked up a bottle of Noah's Mill Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey [link] and have been enjoying it tremendously. Tonight we picked up a bottle of Eagle Rare Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey [link] and we're enjoying it equally as much. :yum:

Noah's Mill is one of my favorites. I'll pass on the Eagle Rare.

I did find me some Pappy 20yr at Boulevard Wine & Spirits.

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I cracked open a bottle of W.L. Weller Special Reserve tonight. Great sippin' bourbon for under $30.

Been my house bourbon for about 12 years now, won more than a few taste tests against higher price competition. Cheers neighbor!

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Been my house bourbon for about 12 years now, won more than a few taste tests against higher price competition. Cheers neighbor!

Thanks, I think this one has earned a permanent spot in the rotation!

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One other that I like is

George T Stagg / Bot.2011 Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey

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I brought a Bottle of this home from the Shetland Islands (Scotland)

I have to say this is the Best I have ever had!

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After fighting traffic on the Redneck 500 (I-285, the Atlanta Bypass for you non-travelers) earlier today, I decided that I needed something stronger than beer and sweet enough to put me in a more "cordial" mood, so I cracked a bottle of Phillips Union Cherry that I'd been hiding in the freezer for the past few months. Aaaaaaahhhhhh! Just the thing!

(My apologies to true whiskey aficionados.)

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So I've got 3 new ones I've tried.

First up is the Ridgemont Reserve 1792.

This one is another of the Sazerac owned companies and the nose and taste definitely have a big rye influence. Reminds me somewhat of the Jefferson Reserve.

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Next up is the Four Roses Single Barrel. I liked this one better than the Small Batch. It's a little bigger in the glass. It's not a sweet bourbon, lots of rye.

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The last one is a homeboy. George Dickel Barrel Select. This is really a nice bottle, a little sweet with honey and vanilla in the mix. I just opened this one but I have a feeling it's gonna have a place in my liquor cabinet.

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My favorite whiskey comes from a place I can't name, but I'll be sure to have a few jars on hand if we ever have a get together at my place.

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My favorite whiskey comes from a place I can't name, but I'll be sure to have a few jars on hand if we ever have a get together at my place.

That's a deal.

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Tried Old Ezra recently. It's a smooth, 7 year old sippin' whiskey, but, at 101 proof, a bit too fiery for my taste.

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Just finished a small bottle of Chivas Regal. Smooth flavor, if a little bland. Also seemed a little weak for 80 proof. I was surprised how much I drank with minimal effect. :ugh:

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Now working on a bottle of The Glenlivet... mmmmmm. Tasty.

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