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Wed Aug 08, 2018 4:50 pm

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:lol: Canadian whiskey? Thats very un-american. Just sayin.
It is but its tolerated in the Canadian Whisky thread . Actually , when you were going through bourbons , looking for teh ones you like d, I mentioned Canadian whisky , i think . Its good stuff , just drifferent and it aint that Scotch crap :lol:
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Wed Aug 08, 2018 8:37 pm

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:lol: Canadian whiskey? Thats very un-american. Just sayin.
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i guess if ya spell it different, it tastes better...!!?? ;)
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Sun Aug 12, 2018 5:43 pm

Black Velvet Reserve with a couple few whisky stones after cleaning the interior of the jeep . Nice and easy going ... smoking an mm cigar with it . Life is good atm
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Sun Aug 12, 2018 8:16 pm

Whisky or whiskey? I prefer to use the extra E. YMMV. I don't write the word very often. I'm a bourbon man, myself. When it comes to all things Canadian, though, I defer to our neighbors to the north.....

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Whisky or whiskey? I prefer to use the extra E. YMMV. I don't write the word very often. I'm a bourbon man, myself. When it comes to all things Canadian, though, I defer to our neighbors to the north.....

LOL...classic...
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Mon Sep 03, 2018 9:25 pm

So I drank some Black Velvet Reserve tonight and I enjoyed it . The Canadian stuff is so different than bourbon , it really is and I can see a bourbon person not caring for Canadian stuff . They really are two different animals .. Canadian being a Beaver and bourbon being a Bear
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Wed Sep 05, 2018 8:27 am

Gentleman,

I am in great need of a 10year canadian Rye. Whistlepig has sucked the market dry from what I can tell.
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Sat Sep 15, 2018 10:35 pm

Well , been drinking som Black Velvet Reserve this hot ass summer and I'm not enjoying it as much as I used to . I think the Henry McKenna bourbon spoiled me . I like the Canadian stuff cause its a bit st and easy going . the Henry McKenna is a bit swet for a bourbon and way easy going and has the bourbon flavor thing going on ... other than Forty Creek [ which is super excellent ] , I probably wont be buying anymore Canadian
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Ruffinogold wrote:
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Well , been drinking som Black Velvet Reserve this hot ass summer and I'm not enjoying it as much as I used to . I think the Henry McKenna bourbon spoiled me . I like the Canadian stuff cause its a bit st and easy going . the Henry McKenna is a bit swet for a bourbon and way easy going and has the bourbon flavor thing going on ... other than Forty Creek [ which is super excellent ] , I probably wont be buying anymore Canadian
I've looked at forty creek a time or two but always end up going with one of my old reliables or some well regarded American stuff. One day I'll pull the trigger
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