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Just picked up this goodness today. Sam Adams "Merry Maker" Gingerbread Stout.



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Friends, I give you an exceedingly special dram that is truly befitting of this day of days...

Springbank 21. Cool





Kudos to the spousal unit for this absolutely marvelous Christmas present! I reckon I'll keep her.

-BK



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Just picked up this goodness today. Sam Adams "Merry Maker" Gingerbread Stout.





I've not heard of that one !!!
Sounds good !!



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On my second gin martini.


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Dysfunctional family time so I'm having some Elmer T Lee. I figured a 16 Oz. Tumbler was a bit obvious so I'm starting with a rocks glass Wink


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On my second gin martini.

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Traverse City Whiskey Co

I was raiding the in-laws liquor cabinet. Found a recent bottle of TC Whiskey mixed in with ancient bottles of Jim, Jack, and Crown. The Crown was so old the flavor had "faded.". The TC Whiskey was pretty tolerable given the other options. Big Grin




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Blanton's .. nothing else.


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Friends, I give you an exceedingly special dram that is truly befitting of this day of days...

Springbank 21. Cool





Kudos to the spousal unit for this absolutely marvelous Christmas present! I reckon I'll keep her.

-BK


How is this different than the Open Day? Only 174 bottles made.

Nice dram.
 
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How is this different than the Open Day? Only 174 bottles made.


Standard Springbank 21 (black/gold label and box) is matured in a mixture of Bourbon and Fino Sherry casks. The Springbank 21 "Open Day" expression (green/gold label and box) was a single cask release that was matured in a rum cask (outturn of somewhere between 159-174 bottles, depending on who you ask Wink ). Identical ABV for both expressions (i.e., 46%).

FWIW, here's a picture of the "Open Day" bottle and box:



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Nice dram.


Absolutely.

Slàinte,

-BK



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Remy Martin 1738, G. Dickel Rye, Knob Creek Rye.


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Laphroaig Quarter Cask. Cool



-BK



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Stella!


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Silly Cognac Barrel Aged Scotch Ale. Gr Div Oatmeal Yeti. Gr Div Titan IPA. Foris Gewurtz. Oyster stew has redeemed a beery beery day.


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Victory Golden Monkey in my new Belgian glass.


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Alton Brown's homemade eggnog recipe, using Four Roses Bourbon. Beautiful!


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Springbank Longrow 18. Cool



-BK



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Laphroaig 18. Cool



-BK



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BK, you must have an unlimited Scotch budget Smile

And one heck of a selection of Springbank.


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I'm more impressed he only drinks one glass from a bottle then buys a new bottle


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