Discussion in 'Spey Clave' started by SpeySpaz, Oct 31, 2008.
Glenlivit or Oban, depends on the $$flow at weeks end
Dekuyper peach brandy for WA. If on the holy waters of BC its 18 yr old Glenmorangie single malt scotch.
2nd That Wild Turky:thumb:
My father in law nips on Makers Mark. He left some here after his last trip out. I guess it is an acquired taste that I have not yet acquired.
Canada's finest, R&R
Keep practicing Mumbles, you'll get there :thumb: and if the MM isn't doin' it for ya, Knob Creek and Woodford Reserve are both bourbons worth a go.
A favorite of my ski buddies is Metaxa, a greek(?) brandy, that would be a nice fishing pal too.
Thanks for the supportive words and recommendations Matt R. If I don't like it I'm sure someone will.
Well I'm partical to Jim Beam. It's about the only thing I will drink that is in the hard liquior family. Besides it starts out with my name.
Drambuie for celabratory purpose. I don't go through much
I'll go along with MM and Knob.
Good BVI rum on the stream and heated Drambuie under cover
Sheeit..no longer hit the juice...Irish breakfast tea now fills my errr...thermos...bawling: but on the bright side..I'm wide awake on the ride home...second would be a tim's double double!!
Yeah for high school chicks!!!!
Flasks are generally too small for my taste. I like to bring along the plastic bottle of Blackberry Brandy.
I'm sure Buccola's gonna have fun with what LBC wrote. I'm more of a OE, Steel, or malt 40oz du.
I don't drink much liquor, but keep a bottle of single malt around. The current one is McCallam.