Buying whiskey on the internet

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  1. Stu

    Stu Senior member

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    Hey all:
    I am looking to pick up some bourbon, specifically Evan Williams and Woodford Reserve, and some Irish whiskey Tullamore Dew, Jameson's. I could probably have my local retailer order some, but I was wondering if there was a good online liquor store that I could check as well. Anyone?
     


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    Have you looked at Internet Wines and Spirits? I haven't tried it, because well, 3 more months til I'm 21, but it looks legit and has a pretty huge selection. It seems like most of the prices are competitive with the ones of the liquor stores I've seen.
     


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    Stu Senior member

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    Thanks. I have looked at it and there are some things that interest me, but the prices on the Evan Williams and the Bookers look to be a bit high.
     


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    I've had great experience with Binnys. They have an *amazing* collection, and were great service- and delivery-wise.

    http://www.binnys.com
     


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    I've had great experience with Binnys. They have an *amazing* collection, and were great service- and delivery-wise.

    http://www.binnys.com


    Brett, their spirits buyer, is world renowned. And, honest.
     


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