- Recommend me a Bourbon
Be aware that there a whisky snobs aficionados on here who will view mixing Laphroig with anything other than pure Scottish spring water as the ultimate in heresy. Lock your doors tonight…
they actually did this at Laphriog live in NYC the other week, and the Master Distiller from Laphroig, (Mc somebody, rosy cheeks)loved it!Posted 4 years ago
They used Jim Beam Honey though because its owned by the same company.
I’m usually a malt man, but having run out,…hic, fancy a change…
preferably one I can get off the shelf at the local store as oppose to some quirky expensive online offering…that I may end up falling in love with!
I mixed Laphroaig with JD Honey at a bar the other week and that was pretty special, but that means me buying two bottles and a decanter?
Between £18-25 preferablyPosted 4 years agobusydogMember
My stepson always buys me a bottle of various Kentucky bourbon whiskeys each time he makes a business trip to the area. Some of them are special reserve, small batch whiskies and very expensive. At the end of the day, I still much prefer Jack Daniels Old No. 7 sour mash whiskey to any of the Kentucky bourbons, no matter the price (and picked up a 750 ml bottle of Jack today for $17.00)Posted 4 years agojambourgieMember
Cheap scotch whiskey was the first thing I ever got drunk on. Like, in a right mess aged 11. Hence I couldn’t touch whiskey for years. Bourbon got me back into it in my early 30’s. +1 for Makers Mark, Woodford Reserve and Bullitt (sp). A knowledgeable friend has been slowly getting me into the single-malts.Posted 4 years ago
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