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Old 05-12-2015, 06:34 PM   #151
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Not a whiskey drinker but when I do it's Canadian Club and 7up just because that's what my Dad drank.
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Old 05-12-2015, 06:40 PM   #152
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Which one did you get?
Is there another one I should have been looking for?
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Is there another one I should have been looking for?
Yes try the Outlaw next. Little more bite but even better taste to me. That one is pretty good though
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1835, Rebecca Creek, Garrison Brothers and Yellow Rose are on my to drink list in that order. I love this thread!
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Gonna have to try this 1835. Would love to try Garrison Bros but it's **** expensive
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Old 05-12-2015, 07:45 PM   #156
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Yes try the Outlaw next. Little more bite but even better taste to me. That one is pretty good though
I'm buying a bottle of the outlaw next weekend when I go to the distillery.

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1835, Rebecca Creek, Garrison Brothers and Yellow Rose are on my to drink list in that order. I love this thread!
I love this thread, other than it's costing me a fortune buying whiskey!!
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Angel's Envy is good, good stuff!!
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Old 05-12-2015, 08:58 PM   #159
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I love this thread, other than it's costing me a fortune buying whiskey!! [/QUOTE]

Yup, my "To try list" is growing, come on pay day!!
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Check out what the same article says about 1835.

Take the whiskey called 1835, which is bottled by North Texas Distillers in Lewisville. The name is a salute to the year settlers in Gonzales stood their ground against Mexican troops in what is historically considered the start of the Texas Revolution. The label also reads, "Come and take it," on both the back and front, along with a picture of the iconic cannon that was the seed of the conflict. The words "Texas Made" are printed front and center on the label.

It's unlikely that a single speck of Texas, much less the battle of 1835, is actually in any of those bottles. Stretching the term "Made in Texas," the drink is a blend of whiskeys, most or all of them likely from Kentucky, and is only bottled in Texas. The highly astute label reader or whiskey aficionado would be able to discern this, but the average consumer might not. Despite all the Texas banter, the label lacks one key word that is all-telling: "distilled."

I wonder why there arent many texas distilled whiskeys?
I can't believe that people in this thread read this and still want to buy 1835...
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Getting my serving of fruits and veggies.

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I can't believe that people in this thread read this and still want to buy 1835...
I like the way it tastes. There are only 2 or 3 real Texas Bourbons, everything else is a blended spirit whiskey from up North. But, if you like it, drink it.
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Old 05-13-2015, 05:58 PM   #163
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On a side note, these folks are out of Pearland, and internet forums have said their blend of Maker's Mark is on the money. I will be buying my own barrel soon.

http://www.deepsouthbarrels.com/
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I like the way it tastes. There are only 2 or 3 real Texas Bourbons, everything else is a blended spirit whiskey from up North. But, if you like it, drink it.
I guess, but I find it hard to believe that you couldn't find something you liked from a distiller with some passion for what they do rather than someone trying to pull one over on folks that love anything Texas on the bottle.
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Old 05-13-2015, 06:21 PM   #165
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I guess, but I find it hard to believe that you couldn't find something you liked from a distiller with some passion for what they do rather than someone trying to pull one over on folks that love anything Texas on the bottle.
I do, I bought a bottle of Buffalo Trace today. And I too was disappointed when I discovered the truth behind 1835 a few years ago when I started down the bourbon trails

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Old 05-13-2015, 07:41 PM   #166
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I'm about to throw out this bottle of Garrison's. It just does not compare. Of the others I just bought, the Basil Hayden's is pretty good, followed by the Jefferson's, and the Angel's Envy is out of this world good.
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Old 05-13-2015, 07:43 PM   #167
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Old 05-13-2015, 07:44 PM   #168
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I'm about to throw out this bottle of Garrison's. It just does not compare. Of the others I just bought, the Basil Hayden's is pretty good, followed by the Jefferson's, and the Angel's Envy is out of this world good.
Without pics it didn't happen.
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Old 05-13-2015, 07:55 PM   #169
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Dang, i need to get out more, ive never heard of half this stuff. My brothershowed me 40 creek and ive always just had that haha
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Old 05-13-2015, 08:07 PM   #170
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Crown reserve, knob hill and makers mark. Always in stock at my house and at the lease
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Old 05-13-2015, 08:13 PM   #171
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Sippin on a lil makers myself right now.
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Old 05-13-2015, 08:43 PM   #172
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Great thread. I don't understand all of these Texas brands - I had the TX whiskey and it was good, for the price. The others, like Garrison, look too d**n expensive. No way they could be that good.

To me it's all about taste vs. price. Eagle Rare used to be a $22 bottle (I remember), now it has shot into the 30s. The secret got out, somehow :-).

Basil: For nice occasions (as in, what a crazy day at work, isn't it nice that I made it home alive?)
Blanton's: For a really nice occasion.
Eagle Rare: Great value but the secret is out.
Four Roses Small Batch: I have heard the single barrel is too inconsistent, don't know for sure. Good value.
Rowan's: I had one great bottle, one bad bottle. Go figure.
Noah's Mill (big brother to Rowan's) - Good but I have had better for the money.
Buffalo Trace: I don't care for this one. Odd since there are others from that distillery that I like.
Bulleit: Good, esp for the price.
Bulleit Rye: Really good, for the price.
Old Overholt: Good in an old fashioned.
Knob: Meh. Take it or leave it.
Maker's 49: Yes, please.
Maker's: At a wedding or other occasion with an open bar? Absolutely. Not my first, second, or third choice at the liquor store though.
Angel's Envy: I recently returned from a week in Asia where Scotch was the only thing available. Upon arrival to DFW this was the first whiskey I found. Man it was good.

Interesting picture of how various whiskeys are related to each other:
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Old 05-13-2015, 09:02 PM   #173
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Without pics it didn't happen.

Way ahead of you. See post 92.

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Great thread. I don't understand all of these Texas brands - I had the TX whiskey and it was good, for the price. The others, like Garrison, look too d**n expensive. No way they could be that good.

To me it's all about taste vs. price. Eagle Rare used to be a $22 bottle (I remember), now it has shot into the 30s. The secret got out, somehow :-).

Basil: For nice occasions (as in, what a crazy day at work, isn't it nice that I made it home alive?)
Blanton's: For a really nice occasion.
Eagle Rare: Great value but the secret is out.
Four Roses Small Batch: I have heard the single barrel is too inconsistent, don't know for sure. Good value.
Rowan's: I had one great bottle, one bad bottle. Go figure.
Noah's Mill (big brother to Rowan's) - Good but I have had better for the money.
Buffalo Trace: I don't care for this one. Odd since there are others from that distillery that I like.
Bulleit: Good, esp for the price.
Bulleit Rye: Really good, for the price.
Old Overholt: Good in an old fashioned.
Knob: Meh. Take it or leave it.
Maker's 49: Yes, please.
Maker's: At a wedding or other occasion with an open bar? Absolutely. Not my first, second, or third choice at the liquor store though.
Angel's Envy: I recently returned from a week in Asia where Scotch was the only thing available. Upon arrival to DFW this was the first whiskey I found. Man it was good.

Interesting picture of how various whiskeys are related to each other:

Awesome summary. Thanks for the chart as well.
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Old 05-13-2015, 11:38 PM   #174
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Used to only drink crown until I discovered 40 creek.
This!!!!

CROWN and TX are pretty delicious too. 40 CREEK is my go to
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Old 05-13-2015, 11:40 PM   #175
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Looks like I may need to venture out more.
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Old 05-13-2015, 11:46 PM   #176
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That Abraham Bowmen/Bowmen Brothers is my favorite whiskey at the moment.. Good stuff..

Old cowboy i work with always says you can't drink whiskey until the first frost.. LOL so i guess I've got a while till i need some more
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Old 05-13-2015, 11:53 PM   #177
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I think a lot of people on this thread don't get the difference between a bourbon and a whiskey. Bourbon can't be colored or flavored and has to be aged in first time charred barrels. Everything else is just a whiskey. Most with coloring and other spirits added
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Old 05-13-2015, 11:54 PM   #178
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Old 05-13-2015, 11:57 PM   #179
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Tried some Bookers tonight off this thread and it is delicious. New favorite bourbon! Giving Angels Envy and had Specs order me a bottle of outlaw. Will give reviews as tried
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I think a lot of people on this thread don't get the difference between a bourbon and a whiskey. Bourbon can't be colored or flavored and has to be aged in first time charred barrels. Everything else is just a whiskey. Most with coloring and other spirits added
Very true. Ingredients of straight bourbon are corn, barley, wheat and water, nothing else. If anything is added other than those ingredients, then it cannot say on the label Straight Bourbon. Barrels are used once then sold to other distilleries. Found all this out at Garrison Bros. Distillery this past weekend.
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Old 05-14-2015, 06:51 AM   #181
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bourbon for me.

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Old 05-14-2015, 06:53 AM   #182
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Tried some Bookers tonight off this thread and it is delicious. New favorite bourbon! Giving Angels Envy and had Specs order me a bottle of outlaw. Will give reviews as tried
I need to try those also.
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Way ahead of you. See post 92
I was referring to you throwing out the bottle of Garrison. I agree fully though, Garrison doesn't come close to any of the top bourbons mentioned here and most cost less.
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Old 05-14-2015, 12:36 PM   #184
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I'm actually somewhat of a regular at the Yellow Rose Distillery on Friday's/Saturdays. Just post up at the bar, and people watch, drink, and catch up with whatever friend I'm there with.

I have 2 bottles of Whitmeyer's limited run also sitting there at home waiting.....

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I'm actually somewhat of a regular at the Yellow Rose Distillery on Friday's/Saturdays. Just post up at the bar, and people watch, drink, and catch up with whatever friend I'm there with.

I have 2 bottles of Whitmeyer's limited run also sitting there waiting.....
Heck ya. I'm gonna try and make it over there next Saturday.
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Headed in for free dinner and whiskey bottle labeling tonight. They pay in booze.

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Just got a bottle of Two Star. Its really good
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I like it as well
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I am a BOURBON/WHISKEY man ALL the way! I drink the "cheap" stuff these days because I save ALL the $$ I can to help my 3 son's. Hell...it all does the same thing and serves the purpose...rela************
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Great thread. I don't understand all of these Texas brands - I had the TX whiskey and it was good, for the price. The others, like Garrison, look too d**n expensive. No way they could be that good.

To me it's all about taste vs. price. Eagle Rare used to be a $22 bottle (I remember), now it has shot into the 30s. The secret got out, somehow :-).

Basil: For nice occasions (as in, what a crazy day at work, isn't it nice that I made it home alive?)
Blanton's: For a really nice occasion.
Eagle Rare: Great value but the secret is out.
Four Roses Small Batch: I have heard the single barrel is too inconsistent, don't know for sure. Good value.
Rowan's: I had one great bottle, one bad bottle. Go figure.
Noah's Mill (big brother to Rowan's) - Good but I have had better for the money.
Buffalo Trace: I don't care for this one. Odd since there are others from that distillery that I like.
Bulleit: Good, esp for the price.
Bulleit Rye: Really good, for the price.
Old Overholt: Good in an old fashioned.
Knob: Meh. Take it or leave it.
Maker's 49: Yes, please.
Maker's: At a wedding or other occasion with an open bar? Absolutely. Not my first, second, or third choice at the liquor store though.
Angel's Envy: I recently returned from a week in Asia where Scotch was the only thing available. Upon arrival to DFW this was the first whiskey I found. Man it was good.

Interesting picture of how various whiskeys are related to each other:
Saved for the next trip to specs.
I have always been a scotch drinker,but it appears I need to broaden my horizons
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Outlaw is very good and smooth. Different flavor then most bourbons as its made from 100% corn but enjoyable. As far as the Bookers I drank last it is VERY good. Great flavor and smooth, my favorite flavor of any I have tried but drinker beware! It is 129 proof and defiantly has some power. Drink with caution!
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Blantons, Angel Envy, 1835
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