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26 / M / Chicago,IL
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I dont care just keep filling up in-front of me man.
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23 / M / Kaguya's Panties
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Beer: Tooheys
Spirit: Wild Turkey
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kamaitachi5587 wrote:


Morbidhanson wrote:

Whiskey: Hibiki or Yamazaki

Bourbon: Buffalo Trace

Gin: Hendricks

Shochu: Iichiko

Vodka: Anything that isn't bottom shelf and/or in a plastic bottle


I've been looking at a bottle of Hibiki in my local liquor store for a month. I may have to bite the bullet and buy it. How would you describe it Notes, Flavor etc.


It's quite amazing. It's has a lighter but still rich flavor with a complex finish. Japanese whiskeys have SO MUCH depth compared to others. It's worth buying at least once. I got Hibiki 12 for one of my birthdays and could not stop drinking it.
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silversongwriter wrote:

Favorite liquor?



Yes. Liquor is favorite.
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I cant seem to down hard liquor but I like palm bay and mikes hard lemonade
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Vodka or dark beers
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qualeshia3 wrote:

O'Douls.

Don't you fucking judge!


fine
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Just Mike's beers for me. I tried very hard to like vodka, jagermeister, whiskey...but...I just can't. It all burns and makes me want to vomit. DX Beer, even loaded with sugar, does too, but I like to be drunk sometimes.
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longdanzi103 wrote:


qualeshia3 wrote:

O'Douls.

Don't you fucking judge!


fine



Good.
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23 / M / Texas
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Ciroc with sprite is good but all time favorite is Green Apple Crown Royal
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Does Sake count... I really like Gekkikan sake !
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37 / M / So. Cal
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meyer's rum
sailor jerry spiced rum
Stolichnaya Premium Vodka
Courvoisier cognac
bacardi silver
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28 / M / Arcadia,CA
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I enjoy the Johnny Walker Black and Black Labels.
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I generally prefer bourbons, but a good Irish or sour mash whiskey is always appreciated. And, oh!, that honey Jack! If beer, I prefer bocks or reds.
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26 / M / Aurora, IL
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Well, I prefer bourbon, so this will be a little one sided . . . that being said -- these are my top choices, at a reasonable price, in order:

1 -- Elijah Craig (12 Year)

I actually prefer the 12 to the 18. At 12 years, this bourbon has strong notes of oak and tobacco, yet is still well-rounded.

2 -- Booker's Bourbon

Another solid choice, but quite strong. While I usually prefer my bourbon neat, this mixes well with water. Remember guys, water, never ice.

3 -- Captain Morgan's Private Stock Rum

Well, it couldn't all be bourbon . . . I really enjoy this rum. For me, I don't really enjoy the clear stuff, and the spiced mixes lack subtlety. Unlike the sugar cane rush that is synonymous with rum, Private Stock delivers a soft banana which transitions to an oak reminiscent of a finely aged bourbon. Top shelf, and top class -- truly a treat.

4 -- Four Roses (Single Barrel)

Full-bodied, aromatic, fruity, and I could go on. What's not to like about Four Roses? In my opinion, this bourbon should never be mixed nor diluted. The aromatics of this whiskey is what truly makes it memorable. Enjoy one lovely sip at a time.

5 -- Wild Turkey Rare Breed

I guess I couldn't do a bourbon ranking without givin y'all the bird Now, for its price, I'm a big fan of the 101, but when I have a little extra cash, I always go with the Rare Breed. What I really like about this bourbon is that it's a age-blended whiskey, making for a very sophisticated drink. Strong stuff though, so don't drink it all at once.

Honorable Mention -- Jimmy Black

There's not much to say about Jim Beam that hasn't been said. Anyone who knows a thing or two about bourbon will tell you two things about this maker ~ 1. Jim Beam is a working man's Whiskey, and 2. Make sure you pick up the Black Label. At 8 years, this bourbon is more refined than its 4 year younger brother. While standard Jimmy tends to be sharp, those extra 4 years really mellow out this whiskey. And for twenty bucks a fifth (at least in Aurora, IL) there isn't really a better bargain besides the 101 Turkey.

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