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AeroFishOne

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Huh, learn something new every day. I thought that was part of the definition, I suppose not. 

Well, is it just a stereotype then? Most scotch I've had is smoky. I generally avoid all whiskeys that aren't bourbon.



The definition of scotch is made in Scotland.

Like champagne from the champagne region of France.


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whats yallz favs whiskeys/bourbon?

scotch to smokey for me



Try glengoyne for a non smokey scotch

The smokey taste comes from the peat

The areas where a lot of peat is used will have more smokey scotch.

Islay region will be quite peaty.

The highlands will be peaty as well

Look for a scotch made in the lower regions of Scotland for a less peaty (smokey) scotch.


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13 hours ago, SilverBullet1929 said:

I just had my first beer last week. It was nasty

Did a student buy it for you?

Most beer is hard to get through for me.

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18 hours ago, pollyvonwog said:

whats yallz favs whiskeys/bourbon?

scotch to smokey for me

Booker's is probably my favorite. It's very hot but still incredibly smooth. I don't drink it much at home outside of special occasions because it's rather pricey for me (I'd really like to try the more expensive stuff...), but I'll normally have it instead of a cocktail if I'm out.

101 is what I get the most for home since you can get a handle for so cheap and it's ABV is so high. Bulleit and Four Roses is also great in that price range.

Tom Sims is good to have around as a bottom shelf bourbon. Very few other brands hold up to it in the ~10-12 dollar range. Perfect for bourbon and cokes, getting drunk, or using it on people who don't appreciate liquor.

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