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I've flown almost 100K so far this year. Despite moving to Denver year ago, I refuse to switch from Delta to United
Quote: Originally Posted by ama Shopper's Vineyard. http://www.shoppersvineyard.com/stor...-302p12453.htm I keep on expecting to see them raise the price, but it's stayed at $50 for at least a year.
Quote: Originally Posted by jaychiz where should i be looking for apartments? the office is just between Tigard and Beaverton it seems and i'd like to live somewhere near good food, produce and transit (or a $10 cab ride from all of the fun) Don't live in Tigard or Beaverton. I think the most popular is the Pearl District, lots of restaurants and bars you can walk to there. Caveat: I don't live in Portland. Brother lives in Portland and...
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Quote: Originally Posted by ama I don't believe that to be true. Saz 6 is probably the most popular rye on the market and with the current resurgence in rye I can't see it going anywhere. Its still plentiful in MN. Good to hear. I bought three bottles as a precaution. They will go to good use.
Quote: Originally Posted by gnatty8 Is there really a regulation for this? If so, we are fucked for sure. I actually agree that Jack and Dickel are not bourbons but Tennessee Whiskey, but then again, I don't really get heartburn when people refer to them as such. There's more important things on the internets to argue about. According to Wikipedia there is. I read the regulation in question, and couldn't really tell where it said...
Quote: Originally Posted by randydjack Jack is a Tennessee Whisky, which isn't classified as a bourbon due to an extra step in processing and the usage of two percent more than the regulated limit of Corn. However, a Tennessee Whisky is known as a straight bourbon by NAFTA Be that as it may, I don't think it's inappropriate to show up in a Bourbon thread, as it's often classified as a bourbon in restaurants and bars despite its, as I said, extra dance...
Quote: Originally Posted by Aaron01 Speaking of ryes, I saw Rittenhouse 23 yesterday for like $150ish, was thinking about it. Anyone have any experience with that one? I just bought a bottle for $113 today, but have not tried it yet.
Quote: Originally Posted by Rambo How about cherries. I know you're fanatical about them. Any specific ones I should get? Amarena Fabbri cherries. You should also be able to find them at Williams-Sonoma if you have one near you. http://www.amazon.com/Amarena-Fabbri...1259347&sr=8-1
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