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Old 12-14-2006, 12:46 AM   #1
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Drinking Johnnie Walker Black tonight. A business associate gave it to me today as a Christmas present - smooth. I love scotch this time of year.

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Old 12-14-2006, 04:08 AM   #2
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While most consider blended scotches gauche.....I like JW Black. It's my "go to" when I want straight booze.

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I usually drink green, if you haven't tried it pick some up. I much prefer it to black.

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While most consider blended scotches gauche.....I like JW Black. It's my "go to" when I want straight booze.
I know - I usually buy a nice single malt this time of year. Last year I got a Bowmore 25 YO from the Islay region - fantastic. But JW Black is a damn good blend and for the price (mine was a gift) you can't beat it.
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I usually drink green, if you haven't tried it pick some up. I much prefer it to black.
I have not tried the green yet, but I did notice that my local liquor store is carrying it now. A few years ago I got together with an old friend whom I hadn't seen in several years and we sat out on the dock and went through 3/4 of a bottle of the Blue. That was some smooth stuff.
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I used to have SWMBO pick up Green label every time she went to Europe (8 times a year) but about a year ago it started showing up here in The States.

I rec'd an assortment pack from SWMBO last year for Christmas. The blue is an excellent bottle of Scotch!

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