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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by bocephus549, Jun 6, 2015.
It's good for the price of $16. but I agree it's not great.
Jim Beam's Distiller's Cut is around $19 in Total Wine, for non-chilled filtered 100 proof bourbon it is great value for what you're getting. Otherwise in the $30-$50 price range they are plenty of good pours available, MGP or just classic bourbons...
Lately I've being getting High West Double Rye and I have to tell you - it is great and I think well priced...
Tonight's pour ! Cheers everybody!
Not particularly rare but some how hard to find: Montechristo Reserva Negra,
1792 Ridgemont Resrve, Barrel Sellect and my 1 of 100 made, Manly Autos, over design of some Russian prisoner as far as I can remember the history behind the knife.
Just the basics for a Friday night in front of the idiot box.
JJ Neukomm single malt whiskey
And a Kizer Ophid
My first post here!
No Knife but I still wanted to post! Bernheim is delicious!!! Bought it about 5 days ago and its gone
High wheat content gives it a nice natural sweetness, I recommend it to folks that ask for a mellow nightcap.
Also makes a tasty perfect manhattan with Carpano Blanco and Antica, with orange bitters and a lemon twist to counter the sweet.
As much of the stash as would fit in the frame.
Four roses single and Rare Breed were both sold out...
But the Knob was good2go!!!
Can I post a pic of a blade and cognac, technically a brandy but drank like a good bourbon.
Can Rye get me in? It can still make me get nice and drunken...