Whiskey drinkers

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What's a good whiskey you can buy here that's easy to drink, so far Jameson triple distilled has the nicest taste for me.
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Can you get these in the KofW?

Wild Turkey 8
Knob Creek

Two recent faves.
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Yes, at Lone Pine Cafe. And many more great whiskeys. Along with very good food.
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atst wrote: Sun Aug 30, 2020 8:51 pm What's a good whiskey you can buy here that's easy to drink, so far Jameson triple distilled has the nicest taste for me.
Chivas regal
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Glenfiddich is a smooth drink
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There is one fantastic thing with Chivas regal. It is obtainable in just about every bar in the world.
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Good stuff give these a try, forget where I read it but life's to short to drink shit whiskey, no more super whiskey or Alexander for me. :beer3:
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Talking about whisky without an e, it's worth noting that all Scotch whisky has to meet a rigorous standard. In Cambodia, High Commissioner and Sir Edward are very good tipples and certainly all you need if mixing with coke or ginger. For my money, Black Label is a damn good drop (much better than Chivas) and when I see 12Y Macallan in as bar going for $5, I cannot resist. Mixed 50/50 with water, no ice - as with all good whiskies.
Cannot comment on the stuff with an e, never drunk it. No disrespect to my Irish and American fellow boozers.
BTW, Mao bar has an amazing selection, more than 500 including some excellent Japanese and Taiwanese single malts. Cheers.
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If there is no E in whiskey then it is irish whisky
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tightenupvolume1 wrote: Mon Aug 31, 2020 6:18 pm If there is no E in whiskey then it is irish whisky
Or American.

There some exceptions of course.
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