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Re: The Monday Morning Podcast w/ Bill Burr

Postby mj3528 » 05 Sep 2017, 12:04

Gregs Kite wrote:Ol' Freckles made a Starting 9 of Whisky, Scotches and Bourbon:

1: Johnnie Blue
2: Pappy (Didn't specify year, settle down)
3: Grand Patron
4: Macallan Rare Cask
5: Yippe Ki-Yay
6: Angel's Envy (Didn't specify which one, settle down)
7: Johnnie Black
8: Maker's Mark
9: Johnnie Red

#s, you're a pain in the ass, sneer this one apart for us.

I might do a goon beer joocy joooooooce IPA lineup after this. Cool post, ONTB.


I have never had Johnnie Walker Blue, but Johnnie Black and Johnnie Red do not belong on that list. Maker's Mark is also very pedestrian and does not belong.

Yippe Ki-Yah is a high west offering that is not good.

Bad taek by Burr.
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Re: The Monday Morning Podcast w/ Bill Burr

Postby The Long Dick of the Law » 05 Sep 2017, 12:08

mj3528 wrote:
Gregs Kite wrote:Ol' Freckles made a Starting 9 of Whisky, Scotches and Bourbon:

1: Johnnie Blue
2: Pappy (Didn't specify year, settle down)
3: Grand Patron
4: Macallan Rare Cask
5: Yippe Ki-Yay
6: Angel's Envy (Didn't specify which one, settle down)
7: Johnnie Black
8: Maker's Mark
9: Johnnie Red

#s, you're a pain in the ass, sneer this one apart for us.

I might do a goon beer joocy joooooooce IPA lineup after this. Cool post, ONTB.


I have never had Johnnie Walker Blue, but Johnnie Black and Johnnie Red do not belong on that list. Maker's Mark is also very pedestrian and does not belong.

Yippe Ki-Yah is a high west offering that is not good.

Bad taek by Burr.

Yeah, echo MJ here, never understood the Johnnie Walker love, and while I certainly will drink Maker's, doesn't stand out to me over other similarly priced bottles

I was none too impressed by Angel's Envy, so really down on this list. Glen Fiddich, Glenmorangie, Balvenie would have all been good scotch ones that don't get into the peaty/smoky realm some people (i.e. #idiots) don't like
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Re: The Monday Morning Podcast w/ Bill Burr

Postby mj3528 » 05 Sep 2017, 12:10

The Long Dick of the Law wrote:
mj3528 wrote:
Gregs Kite wrote:Ol' Freckles made a Starting 9 of Whisky, Scotches and Bourbon:

1: Johnnie Blue
2: Pappy (Didn't specify year, settle down)
3: Grand Patron
4: Macallan Rare Cask
5: Yippe Ki-Yay
6: Angel's Envy (Didn't specify which one, settle down)
7: Johnnie Black
8: Maker's Mark
9: Johnnie Red

#s, you're a pain in the ass, sneer this one apart for us.

I might do a goon beer joocy joooooooce IPA lineup after this. Cool post, ONTB.


I have never had Johnnie Walker Blue, but Johnnie Black and Johnnie Red do not belong on that list. Maker's Mark is also very pedestrian and does not belong.

Yippe Ki-Yah is a high west offering that is not good.

Bad taek by Burr.

Yeah, echo MJ here, never understood the Johnnie Walker love, and while I certainly will drink Maker's, doesn't stand out to me over other similarly priced bottles

I was none too impressed by Angel's Envy, so really down on this list. Glen Fiddich, Glenmorangie, Balvenie would have all been good scotch ones that don't get into the peaty/smoky realm some people (i.e. #idiots) don't like


Which Angel's Envy ldotl. I did not particularly enjoy the Rye, but I enjoy the bourbon from them quite a bit. Which not surprisingly, is the exact opposite order of FTT's preference.
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Re: The Monday Morning Podcast w/ Bill Burr

Postby The Long Dick of the Law » 05 Sep 2017, 12:12

mj3528 wrote:
The Long Dick of the Law wrote:
mj3528 wrote:
Gregs Kite wrote:Ol' Freckles made a Starting 9 of Whisky, Scotches and Bourbon:

1: Johnnie Blue
2: Pappy (Didn't specify year, settle down)
3: Grand Patron
4: Macallan Rare Cask
5: Yippe Ki-Yay
6: Angel's Envy (Didn't specify which one, settle down)
7: Johnnie Black
8: Maker's Mark
9: Johnnie Red

#s, you're a pain in the ass, sneer this one apart for us.

I might do a goon beer joocy joooooooce IPA lineup after this. Cool post, ONTB.


I have never had Johnnie Walker Blue, but Johnnie Black and Johnnie Red do not belong on that list. Maker's Mark is also very pedestrian and does not belong.

Yippe Ki-Yah is a high west offering that is not good.

Bad taek by Burr.

Yeah, echo MJ here, never understood the Johnnie Walker love, and while I certainly will drink Maker's, doesn't stand out to me over other similarly priced bottles

I was none too impressed by Angel's Envy, so really down on this list. Glen Fiddich, Glenmorangie, Balvenie would have all been good scotch ones that don't get into the peaty/smoky realm some people (i.e. #idiots) don't like


Which Angel's Envy ldotl. I did not particularly enjoy the Rye, but I enjoy the bourbon from them quite a bit. Which not surprisingly, is the exact opposite order of FTT's preference.

The bourbon, I dunno, maybe the one finished in port barrels would be good but it tasted meh- to me, I didn't understand the praise I'd heard about it.
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Re: The Monday Morning Podcast w/ Bill Burr

Postby the cheese » 05 Sep 2017, 13:09

People under 70 like Johnny Walker products because they crave their father's love but are too emotionally stunted to admit it.
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Re: The Monday Morning Podcast w/ Bill Burr

Postby TheWolf » 05 Sep 2017, 13:38

the cheese wrote:People under 70 like Johnny Walker products because they crave their father's love but are too emotionally stunted to admit it.


Yeah?
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Re: The Monday Morning Podcast w/ Bill Burr

Postby the cheese » 05 Sep 2017, 13:39

TheWolf wrote:
the cheese wrote:People under 70 like Johnny Walker products because they crave their father's love but are too emotionally stunted to admit it.


Yeah?


Yeah. Exhibit A, my dad.
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Re: The Monday Morning Podcast w/ Bill Burr

Postby babylurch » 05 Sep 2017, 20:56

the cheese wrote:
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the cheese wrote:People under 70 like Johnny Walker products because they crave their father's love but are too emotionally stunted to admit it.


Yeah?


Yeah. Exhibit A, my dad.

Your dad is under 70?
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Re: The Monday Morning Podcast w/ Bill Burr

Postby TheWolf » 05 Sep 2017, 21:24

My dad is also under 70. So am i, for that matter. Weve both been known to drink JW on occasion, but I do not believe we fall under cheese's made up stereotype.
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Re: The Monday Morning Podcast w/ Bill Burr

Postby chrisco » 05 Sep 2017, 21:28

In my family it was Cuttysark.
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Re: The Monday Morning Podcast w/ Bill Burr

Postby mj3528 » 05 Sep 2017, 21:31

chrisco wrote:In my family it was Cuttysark.


Old New England people love Cuttysark. One of my ex-wife's uncles would drink that stuff more than bsmb's traditional 57% of a fifth in one session just about every time I saw him.
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Re: The Monday Morning Podcast w/ Bill Burr

Postby the cheese » 05 Sep 2017, 21:39

mj3528 wrote:
chrisco wrote:In my family it was Cuttysark.


Old New England people love Cuttysark. One of my ex-wife's uncles would drink that stuff more than bsmb's traditional 57% of a fifth in one session just about every time I saw him.


I went to three liquor stores looking for Cutty Sark for my wife's grandma's visit a few months ago. Nobody had it. It feels like a very 70s-80s thing to me, an early millenial.
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Re: The Monday Morning Podcast w/ Bill Burr

Postby chrisco » 05 Sep 2017, 21:59

the cheese wrote:
mj3528 wrote:
chrisco wrote:In my family it was Cuttysark.


Old New England people love Cuttysark. One of my ex-wife's uncles would drink that stuff more than bsmb's traditional 57% of a fifth in one session just about every time I saw him.


I went to three liquor stores looking for Cutty Sark for my wife's grandma's visit a few months ago. Nobody had it. It feels like a very 70s-80s thing to me, an early millenial.

I drank it last year at the Long Beach Yacht Club. Its around, just find some old drinkers and an ocean.
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Re: The Monday Morning Podcast w/ Bill Burr

Postby TheWolf » 06 Sep 2017, 07:46

chrisco wrote:
the cheese wrote:
mj3528 wrote:
chrisco wrote:In my family it was Cuttysark.


Old New England people love Cuttysark. One of my ex-wife's uncles would drink that stuff more than bsmb's traditional 57% of a fifth in one session just about every time I saw him.


I went to three liquor stores looking for Cutty Sark for my wife's grandma's visit a few months ago. Nobody had it. It feels like a very 70s-80s thing to me, an early millenial.

I drank it last year at the Long Beach Yacht Club. Its around, just find some old drinkers and an ocean.


At least one of those things is pretty hard to find in Oklahoma.
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Re: The Monday Morning Podcast w/ Bill Burr

Postby babylurch » 06 Sep 2017, 07:56

TheWolf wrote:
chrisco wrote:
the cheese wrote:
mj3528 wrote:
chrisco wrote:In my family it was Cuttysark.


Old New England people love Cuttysark. One of my ex-wife's uncles would drink that stuff more than bsmb's traditional 57% of a fifth in one session just about every time I saw him.


I went to three liquor stores looking for Cutty Sark for my wife's grandma's visit a few months ago. Nobody had it. It feels like a very 70s-80s thing to me, an early millenial.

I drank it last year at the Long Beach Yacht Club. Its around, just find some old drinkers and an ocean.


At least one of those things is pretty hard to find in Oklahoma.

I would guess old people. If folks meet Cheese, they die young.
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