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What are you drinking right now?

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by VMan, Oct 25, 2006.

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    svedka vodka and red bull boyeeeeee
    ^ New favorite poster. Highland Park 1971 Vintage 34 Year Old Single Cask for Binnys. Dammmmmmmnnnnnnnn. Not a bad proce for a 34 year old either.
     


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    Had some Rogue Dead Guy Whiskey tonight. Not awful, but not very good either - would not buy again. Very sweet, heavy apple notes, no smokiness.
     


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    Had some Rogue Dead Guy Whiskey tonight. Not awful, but not very good either - would not buy again. Very sweet, heavy apple notes, no smokiness.

    Which one? The old one or the newer Oregon single malt?
     


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    Which one? The old one or the newer Oregon single malt?

    I believe it would be the old one.
     


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    I believe it would be the old one.

    Poor guy. That stuff is terrible. Super sweet, than harsh on the finish. Blech.
     


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