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Kentucky Bourbon ftw.
That is all.
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I've only dabbled in bourbon but Woodford Reserve is my favorite so far. Up next, when I get around to it, will likely be Buffalo Trace.
3 parts Woodford Reserve
2 parts freshly squeezed lemon juice
1 part sugar syrup
...all stirred with ice.
Tastes so good you've downed 4 before you realise that means you've had 12 shots of whisky.
soso, see if you can find Jefferson's.
I have tried every mid-shelf bourbon, and some top shelf bourbons, and Jefferson's is the top dog of them all for flavor / my palate.
Better than Blanton's, Maker's Mark, Eagle Rare, Knob Creek, Gentleman Jack, Woodford...
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The best I've had is Rowan's Creek Single Barrel.. but my liquor store doesn't always have it.
Plus, if I'm mixing (usually a highball), I don't need to go beyond mid-shelf.
Hell, I've been known to get pretty cozy with a big plastic jug of Early Times...
GJ is my second place. Which surprises me, considering all the good stuff I've had a bottle of. I should mention this now - all my testing took place with a full bottle - no opinions formed with just one glass. I bought a full 750 of each of these, one at a time, over the span of a year and a half and formed my opinion from consuming a whole bottle over a month or so.
ANYWAYS, yes, Knob Creek is harsh, sharp, poorly blended, and has no subtlety to its flavor.
P.S. It is Jim Beam that's been aged nine years.
Also, what are people's preferences as far as tasting multiple whiskeys? Do you just drink one bottle until it's gone or you do switch between brands each time you have a drink or what?