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    Quote Originally Posted by ******* View Post
    Nice. Were you able to score a bottle of the Presidential Select?
    I really need to remember to try finding some of that.

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    Franziskaner dunkel.

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    Last night: 2002 Volker Eisele Cabernet Sauvignon. This was the second bottle of this wine that I've had recently. The first bottle I had abouth 9 months ago or so seemed a little tired, with a lack of fruit, lack of mouthfeel and density; it was a little thin and somewhat unbalanced.

    However, this bottle was beautiful! Although the nose had a touch of green pepper that I dislike tremendously, the wine had beautiful balance, ripe fruit, although not as fruit forward as when I initially had this wine upon release as I recall, smooth tannins, very nice mouthfeel and medium density, with a touch of earth and a really elegant finish. The best part was sharing this wine with fellow KKF members.
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    Saison Dupont. Definitely a case of a food or beverage that tastes better than it smells.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ******* View Post
    Saison Dupont. Definitely a case of a food or beverage that tastes better than it smells.
    I thought it smelled quite good, but I have a soft spot for the farmhouse ales.

    Tonight was my own again. My first oatmeal stout.
    "This is grain, which any fool can eat, but for which the Lord intended a more divine means of consumption.. Beer!" -Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves, Friar Tuck

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    Smells like the bottom of a roasting pan that has sat in the sink overnight without washing. Tastes pretty darn good.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jmadams13 View Post
    I thought it smelled quite good, but I have a soft spot for the farmhouse ales.

    Tonight was my own again. My first oatmeal stout.

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    Macallan 12yo

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    I'm pretty excited my first $35 wine. Rombauer 2008 merlot, I like it and very smooth, but not sure if it's better than a $12 bottle.
    Jason

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    North coast old rasputin, corsendonk dubbel and chimay grand reserve

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    Water. Need a clear head in the morning.

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