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Julio Di Benedetto

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Re: Did somebody want to talk about whisky or whiskey?
« Reply #80 on: October 09, 2014, 04:22:29 PM »
Ive never really warmed to bourbon....its really hard to pin point why.  Perhaps I have not tasted enough.  Jack Daniels & Coke seems to be the norm around here. Always seems a mixer maybe to its discredit.

Im going to have to revisit the Talisker.....My introduction to malts was Craggenmoor 12, Talisker 10 & Lagavulin 16.

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Re: Did somebody want to talk about whisky or whiskey?
« Reply #81 on: October 09, 2014, 04:28:49 PM »
Same here, wanting to try Talisker now.

I learned to enjoy bourbon by being shown how well it goes with beer. I don't mean mixed together, but the old "shot and a beer" side-by-side. I started off ordering those in bars with one of the members of Austere, then got into the habit. Even at home, now, Lena and I both often have a few sips of bourbon alongside a nice beer.
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