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    I'm a fan of Heaven Hill (the cheap stuff), but have been really enjoying High West's American Prairie Bourbon and Redemption High Rye Bourbon.

    I also don't pass up Buffalo Trace or Eagle Rare when I can find it or it's on sale.

    I've got a bottle of Blanton's I get into occasionally, as well as some Weller Special Reserve (it's hard to find here - not my favorite but I prefer high rye to wheated bourbon). For scotch I prefer Talisker or Ardbeg.

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    Iíve heard great things about most of the stuff from Redemption. If Iím not mistaken, itís Canadian. Could this be the rare exception to the rule that Canadian whiskeys suck?

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    It's MGP from Lawrenceburg IN.

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    Haha. Figures. Iíll let my buddy at the liquor store know he misinformed me.

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    Can he not read the label?

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    Tried anything from my hometown distillery, Three Rivers Distilling?

    Three Rivers Distilling Co. | Fort Wayne, Indiana | Craft Distillery

    I recently enjoyed a bottle of their rye bourbon.

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    Nah. We were having a pretty lengthy discussion about different whiskeys just the other day and he pointed to what I thought was Redemption and said, ďI think that one is from Canada and is excellent,Ē and then we moved on. I logged the Canada part in my head because I had just listened to the podcast. Itís possible he was just mistaken or possibly even pointing to something different and I got confused.

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    I've been pleased with the product coming from New Riff in Newport, KY, just across the river from Cincinnati. For a while it seemed like there was a flood of new ryes that all tasted like they were coming almost direct from the still -- in the barrel long enough to get some color then bottled and sent to the shelf. New Riff's has flavor and its good.

    Which reminds me that I need to get more whiskey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank_B View Post
    Nah. We were having a pretty lengthy discussion about different whiskeys just the other day and he pointed to what I thought was Redemption and said, ďI think that one is from Canada and is excellent,Ē and then we moved on. I logged the Canada part in my head because I had just listened to the podcast. Itís possible he was just mistaken or possibly even pointing to something different and I got confused.
    I've always found your bourbons too sweet. Is that because all ive tasted is garbage bourbon? I'm a mid to peaty scotch drinker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sib View Post
    I've always found your bourbons too sweet.
    The names?

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