You Can’t Spell October Without ‘It’s Time for More Bourbon’

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Kazzy

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  1. Avatar Wiseguise
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    Bulleit Bourbon is “high rye” in the mash bill. Very tasty and versatile.Report

  2. Avatar Plinko
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    Wasn’t September Eagle Rare? I enjoyed my bottle but I daresay I didn’t find it to be noticeably superior to Buffalo Trace.

    I had a glass of the Willett Rye last night, it’s still my favorite.

    I’ve never had a Manhattan before but I picked up a bottle of sweet vermouth today and I’m going to give one a go with Bulleit Rye tonight. The Bulleit is a lot smoother than the Willett, but it seems less spicy to me so I’m going to see how I feel about it in a mixed drink.Report

  3. Avatar Dave
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    I wasn’t particularly impressed with Buffalo Trace. It is a good bourbon indeed but I found the Eagle Rare to be far more enjoyable. Hopefully, with any luck, by November, I will have bottle of the mothership of the Buffalo Trace brand – George T. Stagg. 😉

    Please keep in mind that for me, tastings generally involve several sessions before I can formulate an opinion, especially since I’ve had different experiences with the same type of whiskey on given nights.

    I have not had the Willet Rye but I am a big fan of the Bulleit Rye whiskey.Report

    • Avatar Mark Thompson in reply to Dave
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      Hopefully, with any luck, by November, I will have bottle of the mothership of the Buffalo Trace brand – George T. Stagg. 😉

      You’re calling Stagg, not Pappy, the mothership of Buffalo Trace (I guess it’s technically a different brand, but it’s distilled at Buffalo Trace nowadays)? Nihilist.

      Still, upon your receipt of said bottle of Stagg, consider yourself invited to my place to watch football (as long as you bring the Stagg along, of course).Report

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