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Liquors of the World Thread - Fact and Fiction - Info & FunViews: 512
Feb 15, 2007 12:07 pm re: Liquors of the World Thread - Fact and Fiction - Info & Fun

gladwin thomas
Wow... great stuff Tarun!
A topic truly close to my heart (ahem... liver!)

There's just so, so much of "scotch" happening over here on this board, that I needed to bring in my two bits on the great American whiskies - Jack Daniels, Jim Beam and the other Bourbons!

Would go to the extent of saying that JD, JB and the like could quite clearly be the working/travelling salesman's drink(s) of choice...! They are all actual sipping whiskies, and they go down with minimum fuss. Nothing elaborate required, just plain water. Ice would be a luxury! And not much evidence the morning after... even after a binge.

Taste-wise, no pretense at all... mature tasting, great flavour and an amazing after taste.

The sad part of going down this road:

(1) Their limited availability in India,

(2) Relatively high priced (in the region of $22+ across duty-free shops in the gulf)... and worst of all...

(3) They will FOREVER(!) spoil the taste of every other (college) brand of whiskey you would have ever had... be it MC No. 1, RC, Green Label, 8PM or Royal Stag... and sometimes even that of the Scotch brands.

By the way, extending further north, has anyone tried Canadian Club? That's another pleasant surprise - particularly at its price point.

Cheers folks!!!

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