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Originally posted by MoselleLuxemburg:
The Un-Chillfiltered Collection, Signatory


How does this effect the product?

TIA.
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Originally posted by wine+art:
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Originally posted by MoselleLuxemburg:
The Un-Chillfiltered Collection, Signatory


How does this effect the product?

TIA.


How does filtering affect the taste of a wine? I think it's a sign the product has not been affected by extensive treatment. I doubt i would taste a difference.
Signatory has various selections, one of them being this 'Un-Chillfiltered collection', generally single vintage, uncolored and un-chillfiltered. A good selection, not too expensive, providing an interesting contrast to the official distillery bottlings.
I consumed the last of my Colorado Breckenridge Bourbon tonight. Note to my friends in the Rocky Mountain state - will trade wine for Colorado whiskey.
#99 (number correlates to my personal inventory #): Berry Bros. Rudd Guadelope 12 year old rum. This rum, along with other aged rums from BBR originating in Panama, Grenada, St. Lucia, Barbados & Fiji, recently became available wholesale in Delaware through a small distributor. I purchased one bottle of each to taste and share with customers.

The first one I opened was the BBR Guadelope 12 year old rum. This is a rhum agricole product from this French Island. It has a slightly gold color from the aging process and the nose has distinct clove, cinnamon, ripe plantain and papaya notes, which combine for beautiful aromas. The finish, however, to my my palate was simply too much of an initial burn, with it's 46% alcohol. I prefer my sipping rums at 40%. That extra 15% alcohol throws it out of balance for me. I added an extra ice cube and let it completely melt and that did help to minimize the alcohol.

I'm glad I tasted this rum. However, at $131US wholesale, I don't think I'll be purchasing it again.
Quality aged dark rum last night. Cacique from Venezuela and 23 year old botran Zacapa centenario, absolutely delicious wonderful stuff.
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Originally posted by Stefania Wine:
I consumed the last of my Colorado Breckenridge Bourbon tonight. Note to my friends in the Rocky Mountain state - will trade wine for Colorado whiskey.


Try Stranahans. It's very interesting.
I missed the announcement of the sale for Dry Fly Bourbon this week. Frown There were only 124 bottles available for sale at one state liquor store, and people were lined up the night before.
This is the first batch of the first bourbon made in WA state since Prohibition. If anyone has tried it, I'd like to know what your impression was.
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Originally posted by Stefania Wine:
I consumed the last of my Colorado Breckenridge Bourbon tonight. Note to my friends in the Rocky Mountain state - will trade wine for Colorado whiskey.


Try Stranahans. It's very interesting.


Thought I replied to this yesterday but guess not. I have a tiny bit of Stranahans left. When we were in Boulder everyone was out in so I wasn't able to restock.

Last night - High West Rye
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Originally posted by kingofcool:
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Originally posted by Stefania Wine:
I consumed the last of my Colorado Breckenridge Bourbon tonight. Note to my friends in the Rocky Mountain state - will trade wine for Colorado whiskey.


Try Stranahans. It's very interesting.


Thought I replied to this yesterday but guess not. I have a tiny bit of Stranahans left. When we were in Boulder everyone was out in so I wasn't able to restock.

Last night - High West Rye


Is that the one distilled in Park City?
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...23 year old botran Zacapa centenario, absolutely delicious wonderful stuff.

I just picked up a bottle of that for vacation next week. I'm excited to try it.
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Originally posted by MoselleLuxemburg:
That would make a nice Japanese Whisky tasting, comparing the Nikka cask strengh and the Suntory Hibiki.

Luxembourg is one of the few European countries I haven't visited. If I am ever out that way, I will supply the hibiki if you provide the Nikka.
After today, I will be pulling the medicinal bottle of Tito's Vodka from the back of the freezer for a few chilled doses.

PH
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Originally posted by PurpleHaze:
After today, I will be pulling the medicinal bottle of Tito's Vodka from the back of the freezer for a few chilled doses.

PH

Cool
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Originally posted by PurpleHaze:
After today, I will be pulling the medicinal bottle of Tito's Vodka from the back of the freezer for a few chilled doses.

PH


AUSTIN, Texas vodka. Wink
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Originally posted by wine+art:
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Originally posted by PurpleHaze:
After today, I will be pulling the medicinal bottle of Tito's Vodka from the back of the freezer for a few chilled doses.

PH


AUSTIN, Texas vodka. Wink


Damn right!
Cool
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Originally posted by Vino Bevo:
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Originally posted by wine+art:
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Originally posted by PurpleHaze:
After today, I will be pulling the medicinal bottle of Tito's Vodka from the back of the freezer for a few chilled doses.

PH


AUSTIN, Texas vodka. Wink


Damn right!
Cool


Big Grin
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Originally posted by wine+art:
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Originally posted by Vino Bevo:
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Originally posted by wine+art:
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Originally posted by PurpleHaze:
After today, I will be pulling the medicinal bottle of Tito's Vodka from the back of the freezer for a few chilled doses.

PH


AUSTIN, Texas vodka. Wink


Damn right!
Cool


Big Grin


What else would one drink for a Texas-sized headache? Wink

PH
PurpleHaze, that's simple: mas Titos! That is damn good stuff and I'm so glad I can find it out here in the PacNW.
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Originally posted by PurpleHaze:
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Originally posted by wine+art:
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Originally posted by Vino Bevo:
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Originally posted by wine+art:
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Originally posted by PurpleHaze:
After today, I will be pulling the medicinal bottle of Tito's Vodka from the back of the freezer for a few chilled doses.

PH


AUSTIN, Texas vodka. Wink


Damn right!
Cool


Big Grin


What else would one drink for a Texas-sized headache? Wink

PH


http://theweek.com/article/ind...spiked-whipped-cream
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Originally posted by BRR:
PurpleHaze, that's simple: mas Titos! That is damn good stuff and I'm so glad I can find it out here in the PacNW.


Totally agree. It's available here at $25 for a 1.75 too. Cool A great example of American ingenuity and ability to produce a world class product at a very competetive price!!

PH
Cokes out of the hospital vending machine and some "snuck-in" Makers with my brother-in-law to help him celebrate the birth of my niece. Mommy, my little sister that is, has her own "cocktail" so daddy needed something!
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Originally posted by Vino Bevo:
Cokes out of the hospital vending machine and some "snuck-in" Makers with my brother-in-law to help him celebrate the birth of my niece. Mommy, my little sister that is, has her own "cocktail" so daddy needed something!


Congratulations VB, and may your niece be accepted into OU! Big Grin
Hey - if she wants to go there more power to her, but mommy, daddy, uncle, and both granddads went to UT, and big brother already is a burnt orange lean as a linebacker in the 2026 recruiting class. Her aunt (my wife) is a Sooner fan though so she wouldn't be 100% disowned I guess!
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Originally posted by Vino Bevo:
Hey - if she wants to go there more power to her, but mommy, daddy, uncle, and both granddads went to UT, and big brother already is a burnt orange lean as a linebacker in the 2026 recruiting class. Her aunt (my wife) is a Sooner fan though so she wouldn't be 100% disowned I guess!


Well, if she can not get into OU, UT will be a great fallback. Wink

All kidding aside, congratulations again, and I look forward to buying your dinner, soon.

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