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    I had the honor of having a few slow shots of Stranahan's snowflake whiskey the other night, and it was AMAZING.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HAB View Post
    Which Black Maple Hill?
    this one...

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    I'll admit the main reason I bought this the first time was because there was a bike on the bottle. But I bought it a second time because it was gosh damn delicious.

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    Gotta say, this may have passed Stranahans as my favorite whiskey, its amazing. Plus its 10 bucks cheaper.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pesqueeb View Post


    Gotta say, this may have passed Stranahans as my favorite whiskey, its amazing. Plus its 10 bucks cheaper.
    Interesting. There's a great burger/beer/whiskey joint walking distance from my place that stocks it. I'll have to give it a try.


    Week or so ago went with a friend and went to town on the whiskey selection. We had:

    Black Maple Hill 16 year
    Old Pogue Bourbon
    Balcones Baby Blue
    High West 16 Year Rye
    Old Potrero Rye
    Rogue Single Malt
    Roughstock Rye
    Rittenhouse Rye

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    Quote Originally Posted by HAB View Post
    Week or so ago went with a friend and went to town on the whiskey selection. We had:

    Black Maple Hill 16 year
    Old Pogue Bourbon
    Balcones Baby Blue
    High West 16 Year Rye
    Old Potrero Rye
    Rogue Single Malt
    Roughstock Rye
    Rittenhouse Rye
    Any stand outs?
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    I love the Black Maple Hill 16. I've had it a few times and it rules. It's a bit more mild/subtle than the Willetts I've been drinking lately, but it's excellent. The High West and Roughstock were also very good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skibunny24 View Post
    I'll admit the main reason I bought this the first time was because there was a bike on the bottle. But I bought it a second time because it was gosh damn delicious.


    Their little distillery in Freemont is pretty cool. The owner is quite interesting, during a tasting she showed us naked pictures of her sister from the 60's. Encouraged us to come back and tell tales of the stupid **** we did while hammered on their booze. I am paraphrasing, the owner said it with a level of class I am not capable of even repeating.
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    Winning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HAB View Post
    Black Maple Hill 16 year
    Old Pogue Bourbon
    Balcones Baby Blue
    High West 16 Year Rye
    Old Potrero Rye
    Rogue Single Malt
    Roughstock Rye
    Rittenhouse Rye
    Nice. I've gone through a few bottles of Rittenhouse lately, good stuff for the price. The Old Potrero is also pretty damn good, but I'm in SF and biased toward any Anchor product. Black Maple is a winner for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HAB View Post


    Winning.
    Left to right those are:

    Noah's Mill
    Willett Rye
    Willett 8 year bourbon
    Ardbeg Uigedail
    Oban 14 year
    Willett 5 year

    All bought last Saturday. Supplied!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OGRipper View Post
    Nice. I've gone through a few bottles of Rittenhouse lately, good stuff for the price. The Old Potrero is also pretty damn good, but I'm in SF and biased toward any Anchor product. Black Maple is a winner for sure.
    I like Bulleit rye better, and if anything it's even cheaper than the Rittenhouse. Actually didn't much care for the Old Potrero. And yes, BMH is good. Their regular bourbon is good, the 16 year is sublime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HAB View Post
    I like Bulleit rye better, and if anything it's even cheaper than the Rittenhouse. Actually didn't much care for the Old Potrero. And yes, BMH is good. Their regular bourbon is good, the 16 year is sublime.
    Sounds like you prefer the sweeter, more caramel style of rye? I like a little edge and spice in my rye personally.
    Blatantly biased in favor of Santa Cruz Bikes, Enve Composites, E.13, and The Hive. Just sayin'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HAB View Post
    I like Bulleit rye better, and if anything it's even cheaper than the Rittenhouse. Actually didn't much care for the Old Potrero. And yes, BMH is good. Their regular bourbon is good, the 16 year is sublime.
    To the contrary I thought the old potrero was too sweet.

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