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Originally posted by gigabit:
Jose Cuervo Tradicional
Unfortunately there's nothing very Traditional about Cuervo. Big Grin
Cognac Vieux Millénaire (petite champagne), Lheraut
A gift from a good wine-shop, for the 2000 festivities. Rediscovered on a remote place on a shelf. Smile
Anyone tried Avion tequilla? You might recognize the name from Entourage which gives me a hard time taking it seriously. I read a somewhat reputable person write about it being pretty good though. Always skeptical of movie crossover products.
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Originally posted by KSC02:
One of my favorite sipping Tequilas is Don Julio Anejo. Nice stuff

It is one of my favorites as well.
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Originally posted by gigabit:
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Originally posted by KSC02:
One of my favorite sipping Tequilas is Don Julio Anejo. Nice stuff

It is one of my favorites as well.


Yes. His Blanco is also my go-to for summer margaritas.

PH
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Originally posted by PurpleHaze:
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Originally posted by gigabit:
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Originally posted by KSC02:
One of my favorite sipping Tequilas is Don Julio Anejo. Nice stuff

It is one of my favorites as well.


Yes. His Blanco is also my go-to for summer margaritas.

PH

Thanks for the tip. Smile
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Originally posted by kingofcool:
Anyone tried Avion tequilla? You might recognize the name from Entourage which gives me a hard time taking it seriously. I read a somewhat reputable person write about it being pretty good though. Always skeptical of movie crossover products.


If I recall correctly, this was the brand being tasted at a retail shop recently. I tried both the Reposado and Anejo, and wasn't very impressed. Herrudura's Anejo is about the same price and blows it away IMO.
Johnnie Walker Blue blended Scotch
Clase Azul tequila
Lagavulin 16 Scotch

MacCallan 18 Scotch
Oro Azul tequila
Partida tequila
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I've always leaned toward scotch whiskey, but after ten days in Ireland I'm re-acquiring my taste for Irish whiskey. Not sure how prevalent it is here because I'm just getting back from the trip and again, I haven't looked at Irish whiskeys much, but I really enjoyed Redbreast...
Picking up a bottle of Pappy 12 but it's for a friend for watching our dogs. Going to request he save some for a fishing trip coming up.

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