Any scotch/whisky drinkers in here?

qclabrat

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been sipping more tequila as of late, its probably the liquor which as been the most refined in the last decade or so.
anyone tried Casa Noble? I haven't found it locally


A few years ago I was at a convention in upstate NY and met Sir George, who was there for a sales kick-off for his new tequila, Casamigos, it was just okay. Gotta say he's one handsome guy, think that's also when I really starting drinking the stuff
 

qclabrat

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a few years ago I started drinking Irish as the demand from Asia was raising scotch prices. This one is a nice daily drink, smooth dry and nutty. sure to finish this one tonight
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jnos

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btw, does anyone have a Pappy Van connection? Paying $150 for a $40 bottle is absurd.
My coworker was out to dinner with our VP of sales, our outside rep, and a customer. The rep tells the customer to order a whiskey if he wants (our Co. is buying the meal) and my coworker and the rep will drink with him. Customer looks at the menu and orders a Pappy VW 15 year. Waiter informs him that they are out, but do have the 20 (maybe 23) year. Customer says, "that'll work". I believe it was between $125-150 a pour. Coworker informs me that it lived up to the hype.
 

qclabrat

Well-Known Member
been sipping more tequila as of late, its probably the liquor which as been the most refined in the last decade or so.
anyone tried Casa Noble? I haven't found it locally


A few years ago I was at a convention in upstate NY and met Sir George, who was there for a sales kick-off for his new tequila, Casamigos, it was just okay. Gotta say he's one handsome guy, think that's also when I really starting drinking the stuff
had some Casamigos this past weekend in Cranford, better than I remembered, but not a huge fan of these new ultra smooth Tequilas, other was another forgetable Reposado

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qclabrat

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My coworker was out to dinner with our VP of sales, our outside rep, and a customer. The rep tells the customer to order a whiskey if he wants (our Co. is buying the meal) and my coworker and the rep will drink with him. Customer looks at the menu and orders a Pappy VW 15 year. Waiter informs him that they are out, but do have the 20 (maybe 23) year. Customer says, "that'll work". I believe it was between $125-150 a pour. Coworker informs me that it lived up to the hype.
hmm, I can be a customer...