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Old 03-15-2016, 11:57 AM
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Is that Jacket or a 40 hiding in the desert?
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For reals, looks like it should be terrible. But it's not. Then again I go about waist level shelf, so take it with an ear of corn.
They also have a single batch, and a barrel strength - at 102 and 120 proof respectively. good, simple bourbon.

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I like the Bullitt and Redemption Rye for my mixed rye drinks. Both those are around $25
Try the redemption rye 7 year. one of the best I've ever had. and well, i've had a lot. (it's around 75.00)

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Try the redemption rye 7 year. one of the best I've ever had. and well, i've had a lot. (it's around 75.00)

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I love that redemption.

In my experience, solid whiskeys are between $55 and $65. Really good whiskeys are $75+, but they're less reliably so. AD Laws, Breck, Redemption 7, are all really good.
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I seem to remember you enjoying a bit of it that night

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You guys are killin me with the flashbacks. I think I said it then, and I'll say it again - that was one of the "funnest" nights I've had and one of the best trips ever. Puking at the south gate of Needles puts me in rare company. Jumping around between and on top of the rocks at Devil's Kitchen until 2:00am under a full moon - epic.
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Blantons - yes, a gem.
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Blantons - yes, a gem.
Agreed in general about Blanton's - but this bottle is special.
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You've been to Europe lately. That's not available here, correct?
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You guys are killin me with the flashbacks. I think I said it then, and I'll say it again - that was one of the "funnest" nights I've had and one of the best trips ever. Puking at the south gate of Needles puts me in rare company. Jumping around between and on top of the rocks at Devil's Kitchen until 2:00am under a full moon - epic.
I have to agree. Such a fun laid back trip!! I don't know how I didn't hear you guys wondering around my truck that late in the night. I think I have a pic of that moment at the South gate at Needles.

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