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What is your favorite Scotch/ whiskey


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Hi guys, Pretty new to the scotch /whiskey world .. Interested to know what you guys drink after a good day of hunt in fornt of the fireplace alone or with good friends talking of this good day of hunt... I already Tried Johnnie Walker Red Label, Johnnie Walker Green Label, Macallan 12 and 15, and I think GLenmorangie 15 and Bowmore..

What is yours that make you remind all those good hunting days ???

David

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I can see this being a lengthy subject.  I know that some on here will tell me that it is donkey p*^s, but I like crown royal
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uh Frank... ur correct.....

Personally I prefer whatever GunsRus brings to camp...... on those rare occasions he's invited     :devil:

But when I have to pay... my current line up in "man closest" are

Mcclellands 16, Cardhu 12, Bowmar Cigar Malt, Highland park 12/15, Macallan 10/17/21, BenRiach16, Laphroaig Quater Cask(2 of these...thanks Al :D ) Bowmar 21, Glinlevet15.... my main drinker is Johnny Black.

Flask fillers for the drive back from the covers... American Honey, or Spice Box ( a mulled whiskey from Kanada)

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up Frank... ur correct.....

Personally I prefer whatever GunsRus brings to camp...... on those rare occasions he's invited     :devil:

But when I have to pay... my current line up in "man closest" are

Mcclellands 16, Cardhu 12, Bowmar Cigar Malt, Highland park 12/15, Macallan 10/17/21, BenRiach16, Laphroaig Quater Cask(2 of these...thanks Al :D ) Bowmar 21, Glinlevet15.... my main drinker is Johnny Black.

Flask fillers for the drive back from the covers... American Honey, or Spice Box ( a mulled whiskey from Kanada)

Damn Alabama laws, yall can get the good stuff. I'm stuck with JW of the Famous Grouse.

Since when is the pissflavored Koolaid (Crown) a Scotch?

Chuck

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It said scotch/whiskey!!!!

I guess that I just run in a different circle, because I can't pronounce half of what hunshatt drinks.  Not sure if all the numbers are a math problem or it just takes that many drinks for women to find him attractive!!! :<img src=:'>  :<img src=:'>

Please feel free to read my signature and that should explain a lot! LOL :D

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those numbers are the years the elixir of the gods was resting in fine casks.... putz :glare:

according to the lawyer he has to use as abacus  to count the # of drinks it takes a woman to cozy up to you :oh:

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those numbers are the years the elixir of the gods was resting in fine casks.... putz :glare:

according to the lawyer he has to use as abacus  to count the # of drinks it takes a woman to cozy up to you :oh:

I have now been enlightened!!! I will attempt to use these so called years and numbers the next time I leave the coney island and go fine dining.

You know that all lawyers lie!!!! LMAO

Although he may be right, maybe that is why I found the blind one I am with and have not left yet :down:  :down:

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Henry Rackliff
I'm not much of a whiskey drinker but I have a friend that was kind enough to let me sample his Macallan 30 and Highland Park 30.  He also gave me a bottle of Redbreast 15 that is very nice.  The 30 yr old scotches would make for an expensive night for Tim.
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PartridgeCartridge
Just for everyday I like Canadian blended whisky, Seagram's V.O.

Most people simply have never tried it and after many do, they like it.

I like the VO Gold. Just a hint of caramel.

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I was given a bottle of Glenmorangie 18 year (for christmas)that is very good.  Almost too pricey for my palate.

There are lots of good bourbon/whisky available.

For those that have had it, What is the Red Breast like?

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those numbers are the years the elixir of the gods was resting in fine casks.... putz :glare:

according to the lawyer he has to use as abacus  to count the # of drinks it takes a woman to cozy up to you :oh:

I have now been enlightened!!! I will attempt to use these so called years and numbers the next time I leave the coney island and go fine dining.

You know that all lawyers lie!!!! LMAO

Although he may be right, maybe that is why I found the blind one I am with and have not left yet :down:  :down:

Had to reread this. I am confused by the numbers and the big words (abacus)???

I guess I will just stick to my crown, bird dog, and PBR :down:

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