I guess I can agree that there is no 'right' way to enjoy whiskey... As long as it tastes good to you and you're kind of keeping the integrity of the whiskey (i.e. not pouring coke in it) you're fine. Drinking whiskey straight is still very difficult to me, but I have been able to drink Jameson on the rocks pretty easily the last week or so.
Of the 4 whiskies I've actually bought at least a fifth of for myself, I'd currently rank them Jameson>Maker's Mark>Jim Bean>Evan...
Am I the only one that doesn't really get whiskey? The only whiskey I can stand drinking on the rocks is Jameson (it is somewhat enjoyable to me). I have some Makers Mark (not scotch I know) but I need to put like 10 ice cubes in there and let it melt a fair amount before I can even begin to sip and taste the different flavors. Otherwise it just tastes like straight hard alcohol.
I don't know if it's just me but I'm still not really getting the appeal of drinking liquor straight or on the rocks. I've been trying to drink Maker's Mark straight/on the rocks and neither does it for me... Although Jameson is halfway decent in my opinion. Anything else I should try if Jameson is the only thing I find enjoyable?
Really want a pair of Trickers... Kind of decided on the Vibram sole but can't decide on the rest of the makeup. Will probably be my biggest shoe purchase in a while and would like some input. Preferably not boots... I just can't decide on a color :/
Kind of an odd question, but lately me (and a lot of my friends I've noticed) have made a switch to just playing basketball in Nike Frees if it's just casual basketball. I actually like hooping in my Free Run 2s more than my traditional basketball shoes, and I was wondering if anyone found a particular Nike Free to be a little better for basketball than another.