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The BESTWhisky?????

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Topic: The BESTWhisky?????
Posted By: cheemac
Subject: The BESTWhisky?????
Date Posted: 02.04.2008 at 03:47
I know allot of people that love Crown Royal! Yuck. Once I let them try my Maker's Mark Whisky they are hooked.
 
What is every else's favorite?



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Posted By: eric m
Date Posted: 02.04.2008 at 12:07
For bourbon i`d say EC12yo and Pappy van Winkle 15yo,as for smsw it is for me Ardbeg and Port Ellen but depending what mood i`m in ,all other whisky is appreciated.I also like Jamesons 12yo and Tullamor Dew.
Eric.


Posted By: Anna
Date Posted: 18.04.2008 at 15:03
 Blanton's Silver Edition is one from my favourite,sweetness and  light peat!


Posted By: TNbourbon
Date Posted: 19.04.2008 at 05:06
Originally posted by Anna

 Blanton's Silver Edition is one from my favourite,sweetness and  light peat!


Interesting. There is NO peat in American bourbon (it would be an illegal 'additive'). Just the grains, yeast, and interaction with the charred, oak barrels. Diluted with reverse-osmosis water. I wonder if what you're sensing is a smokiness or woodiness from the barrel.



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Posted By: Willie JJ
Date Posted: 29.09.2008 at 21:20
Hmm, US whiskies.  I love most of the stuff that comes out of Buffalo Trace.  It helps that they do so much cask strength stuff.  George T Stagg is brilliant bourbon, but also Sazerac is wonderful Rye.

I like some of the malt whiskies too like Stranahan's and McCarthy's, but there is a lot of other good stuff too.

Cheers


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Posted By: scotchdrinker
Date Posted: 15.01.2009 at 22:23
My two favorites are Macallan 12yr and Glenmorangie Port Wood Finish. I have had a lot of SMSW, I have been drinking them for 10yrs. I am always interested in suggestions on not as well known ones to try if any has some suggestions.


Posted By: vnvnvn2000
Date Posted: 28.03.2009 at 10:18
canadian mist, about $14.00 a liter, and cant beat the smooth taste, great straight or mixed with coke . but my all time fave is Jim Beam white label at about $18.00 a fifth, these prices reflect my area and may even be cheaper in your neck of the woods.

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Posted By: butephoto
Date Posted: 02.04.2009 at 14:41
Lagavulin 16yo. Never fails to put a smile on my face.

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Posted By: white
Date Posted: 22.10.2009 at 13:38
Well my favourite is the Jonnie Walker and its aged well
and the "Blue label" of its wiskey is the premium one < id="gwProxy" ="">< ="jsCall();" id="jsProxy" ="">


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Posted By: ShawGS
Date Posted: 29.03.2011 at 14:59
Glenlivet 12 y/o is by far my favorite but just recently discovered Lismore single malt. Is reasonably priced and has a full bodied flavor. Has become my house scotch and will stay so.

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Posted By: danip
Date Posted: 04.04.2011 at 09:57
I prefer J. Walker for sure... it is the best

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