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All whiskey / whisky welcome

By Daditude

1 year ago


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    #101 11 months ago

    I don't think so.... Selling liquor online without a permit is probably gonna' get someone in a pickle with the ATF.

    #102 11 months ago

    I have been without Elmer T Lee for a couple years... I would risk it.

    #103 11 months ago

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    Quoted from Deaconblooze:

    I like my scotch like I like my pinball machines - cheap, and under glass.[quoted image]

    I have to second this.

    Its a Jamesons clone and very well done.

    For the money , you absolutely cant beat it.

    Great on the Rocks or straight up (the way Pinballgoddess likes it).

    Hint:

    (Get yerself' a girl who drinks whiskey "neat" and plays pinball, She'll be a keeper for life).

    #105 11 months ago

    As Brantley Gilbert sings,
    Tonight is bottoms up
    Throw it on down
    Rock this quiet little country town.
    Tonight is bottoms up.

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    #106 11 months ago

    The good times are a coming.

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    #107 11 months ago

    Lucked into a bottle of Old Forester 1920 last night. Arrived just as the stock boy set it in the rack. Excellent timing.

    #108 11 months ago

    1 gallon 190 proof grain alcohol
    1 (46 fluid ounce) can pineapple juice
    2 gallons cherry juice
    2 (4 ounce) packets sweetened tropical punch flavored drink mix powder
    1 gallon water
    6 apples, cored and sliced with peel
    6 oranges, sliced into rounds
    30 seedless green grapes
    20 strawberries, hulled
    4 lemons, sliced
    4 limes, sliced
    PJ and qualudes... those were the dayz.

    #109 11 months ago
    Quoted from djreddog:

    1 gallon 190 proof grain alcohol
    1 (46 fluid ounce) can pineapple juice
    2 gallons cherry juice
    2 (4 ounce) packets sweetened tropical punch flavored drink mix powder
    1 gallon water
    6 apples, cored and sliced with peel
    6 oranges, sliced into rounds
    30 seedless green grapes
    20 strawberries, hulled
    4 lemons, sliced
    4 limes, sliced
    PJ and qualudes... those were the dayz.

    Oh man to be 18 again..

    #110 11 months ago
    Quoted from djreddog:

    1 gallon 190 proof grain alcohol
    1 (46 fluid ounce) can pineapple juice
    2 gallons cherry juice
    2 (4 ounce) packets sweetened tropical punch flavored drink mix powder
    1 gallon water
    6 apples, cored and sliced with peel
    6 oranges, sliced into rounds
    30 seedless green grapes
    20 strawberries, hulled
    4 lemons, sliced
    4 limes, sliced
    PJ and qualudes... those were the dayz.

    1 gallon of water? Really? Why not vodka?

    #111 11 months ago
    Quoted from SirScott:

    1 gallon of water? Really? Why not vodka?

    Its funny, but thats EXACTLY what i thought after reading that too...

    #112 11 months ago
    Quoted from SirScott:

    1 gallon of water? Really? Why not vodka?

    Quoted from Daditude:

    Its funny, but thats EXACTLY what i thought after reading that too...

    Well...i thought that...and how impressive it was that he either:
    A) remembered the recipe after all those years

    Or

    B) looked up the recipe while likely drinking on a Saturday night

    Either way...kudos, sir

    #113 11 months ago
    Quoted from Daditude:

    Well...i thought that...and how impressive it was that he either:
    A) remembered the recipe after all those years
    Or
    B) looked up the recipe while likely drinking on a Saturday night
    Either way...kudos, sir

    There was no recipe for Party Juice. It's whatever the heck you wanted to add to the Everclear to make it gulpable.

    #114 11 months ago
    Quoted from Fulltilt:

    There was no recipe for Party Juice. It's whatever the heck you wanted to add to the Everclear to make it gulpable.

    We had another "non-pc" name for it, lol. Lets just say...a little dab will do ya!

    #115 11 months ago

    We called it a mud drink

    #116 11 months ago

    We, are getting ready to film another Whiskey review. This ones Old Tub. Vids will be up throughout the week. We are trying budget Whiskeys all month. www.thewhiskeypop.com

    Do ya’ll have a favorite budget whiskey. So far mines Jim Beam Single Barrel.

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    #117 11 months ago
    Quoted from Prophet:

    Do ya’ll have a favorite budget whiskey. So far mines Jim Beam Single Barrel. [quoted image]

    Jim beam SB is solid. I like evan williams SB as well.

    Im not sure what the budget is exactly, but my cheapest whiskies that get regularly restocked in my bar are old gran-dad and old overholt rye. If the names didnt give it away, both have been around for a VERY long time and have interesting stories as well. Go check them out on google. Seriously. You wont be disappointed.

    #118 11 months ago
    Quoted from Spiderpin:

    The good times are a coming.
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    How is that one and the color, wanted to try of course

    #119 11 months ago
    Quoted from Daditude:

    Jim beam SB is solid. I like evan williams SB as well.
    Im not sure what the budget is exactly, but my cheapest whiskies that get regularly restocked in my bar are old gran-dad and old overholt rye. If the names didnt give it away, both have been around for a VERY long time and have interesting stories as well. Go check them out on google. Seriously. You wont be disappointed.

    But we did our shoot today and we actually shot several episodes and we did have Old Overholt Bottle and Bond as well as old grand dad bottle and bond. I have to say old overholt was my favorite. Even over the old tub. Interesting fact doc Holliday was supposedly a big fan of old overholt. Of course this was the standard rye whiskey not bottle in mind because that didn’t come around to the ball and bond act of 18 something a rather. I do think it’s safe to say that a budget whiskey can definitely find its place among some of the more pricey Whiskeys available

    #120 11 months ago
    Quoted from Ceemunkey:

    Ah whisky and pinball my 2 favourite things! I'm really into scotch and Japanese whisky at the mo and I've built up a nice little collection. My man cave is basically both a whisky bar and a pinball haven.
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    wow very nice

    #121 11 months ago
    Quoted from Jackontherocks:

    How is that one and the color, wanted to try of course

    I purchased it for a gift and only had one shot that I sipped before I started on my Apple Pie. I did like it, a slight sweet taste and a hint of burned sugar and not a lot of deep wooden notes in it. My wife doesn't drink whiskey and had a shot too. She said it was smooth. Plus after I did my shot I said that I'll be getting myself a bottle on my next visit to ABC store.

    #122 11 months ago

    Thinking I'm gonna try this one tonight. It's been sitting on the shelf for a while....any one have this before?

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    #123 11 months ago

    Malted Rice Whiskey distilled by Gold River Distillery Rancho Cordova,Ca2F876ABE-5901-4D5F-96EA-338ED6C4A4D3 (resized).jpeg

    #124 11 months ago

    Definitely my favorite underrated bourbon for only $18 for a 1.75 handle also. I always make sure to have 2 or 3 bottles in stock of this stuff. Only a 3 year old bourbon but great to just pour a glass neat and enjoy this little known gem.

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    #125 11 months ago

    My dad was the Kentucky Gentleman kinda guy. He also favored Dewer's on the rocks.

    #126 11 months ago

    Latest additions RR store pick is a third bottle repeat customer for me love it and other 2nd bottle by them but new since 9yr

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    #127 11 months ago

    A few pickups:

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    #128 11 months ago
    Quoted from Daditude:

    A few pickups:[quoted image]

    I have a bottle of the smooth ambler not opened yet and recommended to me by store rep to try, let me know what u think

    #129 11 months ago
    Quoted from Jackontherocks:

    I have a bottle of the smooth ambler not opened yet and recommended to me by store rep to try, let me know what u think

    Everytime i see you post, I am curious to know how often you drink jack? Daily? Weekly? Every other sip?

    #130 11 months ago
    Quoted from Daditude:

    Everytime i see you post, I am curious to know how often you drink jack? Daily? Weekly? Every other sip?

    Had a glass last night

    #131 11 months ago
    Quoted from PinDeLaPin:

    Definitely my favorite underrated bourbon for only $18 for a 1.75 handle also. I always make sure to have 2 or 3 bottles in stock of this stuff. Only a 3 year old bourbon but great to just pour a glass neat and enjoy this little known gem.

    If that is a plastic bottle, I am going to have to politely ask you to step away from the bourbon aisle until you are feeling better.

    #132 11 months ago

    Dry January is over so I finally got to pop this bad boy open. First impressions are very positive, it's the best rye I've ever had.
    It's smooth and flavourful despite the higher proof, with a bit of typical rye spiciness. The flavors are filled with cinnamon, brown sugar and baked goods, it's like a bakery in a bottle. Due to the finishing process in a few different casks it's an explosion of flavors really, love it. Very expensive though, happy I got this to reward myself despite that. Two thumbs up from me.

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    #133 11 months ago
    Quoted from SirScott:

    If that is a plastic bottle, I am going to have to politely ask you to step away from the bourbon aisle until you are feeling better.

    Not every bottle has to be expensive name brand Scott. This one is actually quite tasty.

    #134 11 months ago
    Quoted from SirScott:

    If that is a plastic bottle, I am going to have to politely ask you to step away from the bourbon aisle until you are feeling better.

    Quoted from PinDeLaPin:

    Not every bottle has to be expensive name brand Scott. This one is actually quite tasty.

    I have made it known numerous times that one of the staples in my bar is Old Grandad. It isn't expensive, but i always keep it on hand. I think it is TERRIFIC at the price point.

    #135 11 months ago

    Tried the 46 for the first time tonight. Would have again.

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    #136 11 months ago
    Quoted from EJS:

    Tried the 46 for the first time tonight. Would have again.
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    But the real question is: Do you like it better than the original makers mark?

    #137 11 months ago
    Quoted from Daditude:

    But the real question is: Do you like it better than the original makers mark?

    It's been a year or so since I had the original so it's hard to recall....but I want to say "yes" but if so I still recall the original being good.

    In the defense of MM (not the pinball) I don't think I've ever had either without a beer first.

    #138 11 months ago

    Also today the stash grew by one bottle as seen on the left. Some are off topic to this thread but hopefully worthy of being included.

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    #139 11 months ago

    Can anyone testify for heavens door being delicious? It was an impulse buy while shopping for beer earlier tonight.

    #140 11 months ago

    For a late night Saturday or early Sunday are any of those bottles open?

    Quoted from EJS:

    Also today the stash grew by one bottle as seen on the left. Some are off topic to this thread but hopefully worthy of being included.
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    #141 11 months ago
    Quoted from Spiderpin:

    For a late night Saturday or early Sunday are any of those bottles open?

    All of those bottles are sealed.

    #142 11 months ago
    Quoted from EJS:

    All of those bottles are sealed.

    For shame!

    #143 11 months ago

    But there’s no shame in having an emergency stash

    #144 11 months ago
    Quoted from EJS:

    Also today the stash grew by one bottle as seen on the left. Some are off topic to this thread but hopefully worthy of being included.
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    For Jack Daniels you really need to try the barrel select barrel proof. Depending on the barrel it comes from it is between 127 to 140 proof.

    #145 11 months ago
    Quoted from EJS:

    It's been a year or so since I had the original so it's hard to recall....but I want to say "yes" but if so I still recall the original being good.
    In the defense of MM (not the pinball) I don't think I've ever had either without a beer first.

    46 is OK, but if you want to try something that is a huge improvement over regular Makers go with the Cask Strength. It is 40 bucks around me, always available, and excellent.

    #146 11 months ago
    Quoted from ATLPinGuy:

    46 is OK, but if you want to try something that is a huge improvement over regular Makers go with the Cask Strength. It is 40 bucks around me, always available, and excellent.

    I'll be picking that one up next, thanks!

    #147 11 months ago

    First time having stagg jr. To me it’s hot but has a very nice finish!

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    #148 11 months ago
    Quoted from EJS:

    Can anyone testify for heavens door being delicious? It was an impulse buy while shopping for beer earlier tonight.

    I have been wondering about Heavens Door as well. Generally I don’t like Tennessee whiskeys as much (Personal preference)... seems to take the unique edges away but it could be just bad memories of Jack and a coke in college!

    #149 11 months ago

    Get a glass and some rocks and I'm set.

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    #150 11 months ago
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