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    Senior Member Baby Huey's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by bear1889 View Post
    On the same note I once had a landscape architect believing a hunter was spurred to death by a wild turkey while turkey hunting.....those quaint city folk.

    I have been attacked by a Wild Turkey before, can't say there weren't a few times it almost killed me.


    Look out it is about to attack!!!!!

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    It might not kill you, but you'll wish you were dead!
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    Baby H. you have excellent taste. The only affordable bourbon that I like better is Bookers. Nut my all time favorite is Pappy Van Winkle 20 YO
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    I like Bookers, Makers Mark, and quite a few others. Depends on the mood I am in. If I had a really rough day, the Turkey 101 comes out and if I had an really nice day possibly break out the Johnny Walker Blue, but Scotch is a whole nother animal.

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    I'm the only bourbon drinker in the family and have a couple unopened bottles of Rare Breed that I "inherited" after my dad passed in 2002. I really should do a taste test against a new bottle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucretia View Post
    I'm the only bourbon drinker in the family and have a couple unopened bottles of Rare Breed that I "inherited" after my dad passed in 2002. I really should do a taste test against a new bottle.
    Yesh...

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    Oooooo I love bourbon, I was spoiled, I lived in Cold Spirngs, Ky across the river from Cincinnati. My favorite liquor store selected their own barrels from the distilleries down the road....it was heavenly. I still pick up some bottles when I go back over for a visit. Right now I have a bottle of Jefferson Barrel Select opened, an unopened bottle of Eagle Rare 10 yr old barrel select, picking up some more Jeffersons and some 1792 in another week.

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