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Old 02-24-2015, 08:03 AM   #61
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Whiskey is like breasts......haven't found any I didn't like.
Unlike breasts you don't get in trouble sampling different ones.
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Unlike breasts you don't get in trouble sampling different ones.
Mostly true but I have gotten myself in trouble sampling to many whiskeys in one setting. I really have a hard time understanding women's thinking these days. She told me to relax and have a good time......so I did.
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Old 02-24-2015, 04:59 PM   #63
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High West is a very good whiskey also. Definitely my go to.
I prefer their Rendezvous Rye
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Camping is great none of us are driving home endangering other lives.it's always good to have a full bar stock in your camper we never know who will stop by.
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Well I cleaned out my camper today from our last outing and the wife thought there was an excessive amount of empty whiskey bottles. Now in my defense I did explain that the last outing was a 4 day weekend.
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Well I cleaned out my camper today from our last outing and the wife thought there was an excessive amount of empty whiskey bottles. Now in my defense I did explain that the last outing was a 4 day weekend.
Whoa! That's a lot even for a 4 day weekend! How many of you were there?!
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If my memory serves me correctly just two of us. Now my secret too success is too start earlier in the day around 9am. I look at it like work; the earlier you start the more you can get done.
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1792 Bourbon on ice with a splash of water then set back sip and relax.
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Well I cleaned out my camper today from our last outing and the wife thought there was an excessive amount of empty whiskey bottles. Now in my defense I did explain that the last outing was a 4 day weekend.
Just an FYI - they sell that in larger bottles so it doesn't look so bad at the end of the trip
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Bought a bottle of American Honey Sting. I really like it. Good for sipping. It's Wild Turkey with honey and ghost pepper. It has a burn to it. lol
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Just an FYI - they sell that in larger bottles so it doesn't look so bad at the end of the trip
Well then I wouldn't get my exercise walking the mile to the party store each day.....sometimes twice.
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Buttlet Rye

I've been sipping on Bullet Small Batch Rye.
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For "everyday" drinking, I enjoy soco and lime or Jeremiah weed sarsaparilla. Both are cheap and enjoyable to most people if friends stop over. If its a special occasion I'll break out a bottle of bushmills 21 year old single malt. Every once in a while a little bit of "home brew" makes its way into the cabinet too.
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Tonight I think I'll sip some American Honey Sting. We are planning on going to the Gatlinburg area in Oct. I hear they have some distilleries I may have to visit.
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