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Doug and Thirsty are both huge guys, America might suffer from a bourbon shortage next year. Sorry, Lady Savage.
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build your own flight, if you can find ones you haven't had yet. i'm curious about that wild turkey kentucky spirit, myself.

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If the Bourbon Trail isn't already on the magazine's list of life's accomplishments, it should be.
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Knowing them both, this trip is making me green with envy and jealousy, and envy.
And jealousy.
There'd better be pics.
"I never want to go to bed if there are still beers in the fridge, but then I am always hopeful that there are beers left in there when I wake up.". Thirstydrunk.

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drunkensooner wrote: As far as which flight, I like:

Willett Estate:
$ 30
Kentucky Vintage 90
Willett Pot Still
Rowan's Creek
Vintage 94, 17 year
Pure Kentucky XO

Just because some of those are new to me, and it's good to expand the bourbon horizons. There's no bad choice though.
Yes that one looks interesting, I've not tried any on that list. And I may see wht the price is for another one of the barrel proofs listed.
When I spoke with the Colonel he claimed to have 1700 different bourbons. Is that even possible?
Yea, I may have to build my own flight.
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Soon as i get off work , and i'm leavin early, we'll be heading straight to Bardstown. It's fuckin on
and i am psyched
once i get to the heart of bourbon country and get my belly full you will wish you had been nicer to me
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thanks for the inbvite, dick!
why is my moral compass always pointed east? that's the direction of the nearest liquor store.

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Fuck the trail, head south, go to Maker's, then get into Kentuck and piss on the TJD sign like I did.

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God Speed, TD. May the Colonel be overly generous with zee hooch!

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Go to The Patton Museum, I tells you!
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FNZ wrote:Go to The Patton Museum, I tells you!
after that, go spelunking while drunking. mammoth cave style.
why is my moral compass always pointed east? that's the direction of the nearest liquor store.

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Willett is good stuff.
Drink your fucking drink, how about that? Stop the fuckin' presses, isn't it genius??
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Mayhem wrote:Willett is good stuff.
Yeah I went with the Willett estate selection.good stuff for sure. I atalked to the Colonel for over an hour about bourbon and shit. he even gave me a taste of the Bernheim wheat on the house. classy guy (him, definitely not me).
I made my finger cum today when i stuck it in one day old Makers mark. it tasted like a fuckin cereal bar. I finally got try Makers and the 46 side by side. I believe I like the original better - thats after stumblingdoug and i killed a bottle of the 46 last night so what do i know.
Last night we got so fucked up . I was visited by the ghost of Booker noe in a dream. then i had a fuckin nightmare about bedbugs.
I have drank so many different bourbons today, now i am in the process of letting bourbon do to me what it does best

cheers from the heart of bourbon country my old kentucky homos.
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Go eat some YUM! grub, melonfarmer!
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Re: THE MOTHERLAND

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ThirstyDrunk wrote:
Mayhem wrote:Willett is good stuff.
Yeah I went with the Willett estate selection.good stuff for sure. I atalked to the Colonel for over an hour about bourbon and shit. he even gave me a taste of the Bernheim wheat on the house. classy guy (him, definitely not me).
I made my finger cum today when i stuck it in one day old Makers mark. it tasted like a fuckin cereal bar. I finally got try Makers and the 46 side by side. I believe I like the original better - thats after stumblingdoug and i killed a bottle of the 46 last night so what do i know.
Last night we got so fucked up . I was visited by the ghost of Booker noe in a dream. then i had a fuckin nightmare about bedbugs.
I have drank so many different bourbons today, now i am in the process of letting bourbon do to me what it does best

cheers from the heart of bourbon country my old kentucky homos.
*Fatalis is stomping his feet and cursing the dark skies in full rage as lightning is striking the rocks all around him* WHY WASN' T I THERE, OOOOH WHY?
"I never want to go to bed if there are still beers in the fridge, but then I am always hopeful that there are beers left in there when I wake up.". Thirstydrunk.

"We all look for happiness, but without knowing where to find it: like drunkards who look for their house, knowing dimly that they have one." Voltaire

"The prince of darkness is a gentleman." Shakespeare.

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