For me the key to Old No. 7 is coke. The nose on it is great. It's like that line from Limp Bizkit: "I don't even smoke but I love the way it smells."When I was younger I have tried to drink Jack Daniels. But it’s like driving a Chevrolet after having owned a Jaguar. Not for me, no refinement...
Well, I doubt you'll get it here
I get in USA & Canada.... it's a Scottish beer
Cost isn't too bad..... cheap enough that I don't remember it.... craft beer price
All this talk about bourbon and my favorite got passed over. Old Grand Dad. 100 proof, bottled in bond. Made from the oringal multi coloured corn seen as decorations now.For me the key to Old No. 7 is coke. The nose on it is great. It's like that line from Limp Bizkit: "I don't even smoke but I love the way it smells."
In coke, Old No. 7 cannot be beat. I go with a three parts to one ratio. It's so good. I do not even drink rum and coke anymore. I save my Rum to hit it straight or mix it up in my rum punch recipe.
Nice my man. Thank you‼Best option here is to buy as many bottles at duty free as you can on your way through the airport...They've been growing their Bourbon selection lately, I just purchased 3 nice bottles on my way in at a decent discount...all 1lt bottles too!
Thank you for the contribution of your knowledge...we all know more now because of your post. Because of your desire for us to know. Some can appreciate that.More about the method of fabrication you mentioned....aging in barrels. Added insight - knowledge - in an overlapping industry; you're well on your way to that mod job; My rum thread often features items N/A here.... for the sake of knowing
If you are talking about the world of rum here in . It is actually quite limited. And certainly your thread speaking about it is also quite limited. But since you are here in my Bourbon thread talking about rum that is all the evidence I need to show me you are the one actually seeking out a new world.A new world awaits you.....
All this talk about bourbon and my favorite got passed over. Old Grand Dad. 100 proof, bottled in bond. Made from the oringal multi coloured corn seen as decorations now.
Anyway, I gotta ask, if the bourbon or rum or anything else is good. Why ruin it with a mixer? Just a few cubes if you please.
Yeah I know. It'll melt and become a 'mixer'. So what?
No, I'd not criticise your tastes. It's what your like/prefer. But I can't help thinking of it after I saw a guy pour some kind of sauce over a fine prime rib.If I invite you over for your favorite Bourbon: Old Grand Dad, 100 proof, bottled in bond.
If I pour you a double, drop a cube of ice in it and then you watch me mix a whiskey sour up using it. Are you going tell me that my tastes are wack because you prefer your bourbon over ice and I've mixed mine up
We all drink our favorite spirits how we like them. I actually have two classes of spirits in my bar. Those that I drink neat or with one small ice cube and those that I mix up. Why BECAUSE I LIKE IT‼
Have you found a bottled in bond bourbon anywhere here in Cause I have not.
Last month I was given a bottle of 21 year old El Dorado rum from Guyana. It gives the high end Dominican rum serious competition for the money. It was excellent if you like mid to dark rum.