Had a bottle of Jack with my mates this weekend.
Probably nothing special, but still tasted good.
Some bourbons are ok, maker's mark is pretty nice, but I'm not a fan of JD. May have something to do with drinking too much if it at university.
Ive a bottle of Jamesons and and a Bushmills 10 year single malt...The redbreast was finished a few weeks ago.
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oh man i love me some whisk(e)y so i'm glad i found this thread. the girlfriend and i went on a buying spree a little bit back and went a tad crazy getting a new bottle (or two) every week. here's what we have in our bar:
Glenmorangie 18 Year Extremely Rare
Glenmorangie Original 10 Year
Johnny Walker Gold
Johnny Walker Green
Kirkland Speyside Sherry Cask 20 Year (distilled by Alexander Murray & Co.)
Buchanan's Deluxe 12 Year
The Singleton 12 Year
Bushmills 1608 400th Anniversary
Bushmills Malt 10 Year
Jameson Limited Reserve 18 Year
Jameson Special Reserve 12 year
Tyrconnell Single Malt
Bourbon and Rye:
Four Roses Small Batch
Jefferson's Very Small Batch
Russell's Reserve Small Batch 10 Year
Bulleit (signed by Tom Bulleit)
Old Grand-Dad 114
Willett Rye Rare Release
Wild Turkey Rye (signed by their master distiller)
Crown Royal Cask No. 16
Canadian Club Sherry Cask
Canadian Club Classic 12 Year
i know this is a whisk(e)y thread but i may as well just put the rest of our spirits up since i started:
Bootlegger 21 New York
Reyka Small Batch
Cognac and Brandy:
Pierre Ferrand Ambre Cognac
Conde de Osborne Brandy
Berneroy VSOP Calvados
Whistling Andy Hibiscus Coconut
Cazul 100 Anejo Reserva
i'll see about getting some pics up here...i think my gf is taking some. now all this listing of fine alcohols is making me thirsty, so time to pour some fine libations. cheers djtt!
i'm more drawn towards the buttery, toffee and caramel profiles in some bourbons and tend to not like the more spicy styles as much. i also really like the four roses small batch i have. it's great in an old fashioned or on the rocks. i tend to drink all my bourbons this way (or maybe as a manhattan) as i don't usually prefer them neat since the flavors (and burn) tend to be very strong. i love how they slowly change as the ice starts to dilute the spirit letting new characteristics come through while others slowly vanish.