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    Quote Originally Posted by mmingio2 View Post
    Cayuse and Saxum......ambrosia my friends........
    Hi

    Im in chicago, where in midwest are you ?

    Can you actually get Saxum ?

    Love to add to your mailing list !!!!

    Alan

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    Quote Originally Posted by DwarvenChef View Post
    Old Guardian? Next reliese is Feb I believe, at least my contact says he will have a case ready for me than.
    Yep-Old Guardian. That's good news. I am now doing a happy dance! The grocery stores here are pretty good about carrying it when it's available.

    I also like Dick's Barley Wine. (Dick's brewery in Centralia, WA). They've started carrying a mixed 12-pack of Dick's at the local grocery (something I can only say in writing--gotta know that apostrophe is there), but no Barley Wine yet--everything else has been good, tho.

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    Chicago.....Sam's Wine & Spirits.....moved away in 2000, still remember that wine store.

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    redbreast 12 year old, smooth!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mc2442 View Post
    Chicago.....Sam's Wine & Spirits.....moved away in 2000, still remember that wine store.
    It went about 3 years ago, they got bought by Binnys. The downtown store and the Lombard store became Binnys.

    Binnys are good but they dont carry anything like Saxum !!

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    Ancient Peaks Merlot, Tolossa Grenache, '05 Domaine Alfred Pinot Noir, and finished the evening with a small taste of some Balvenie Double Cask.

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    Highland Park 18 yrs and Hibiki 17 yrs - my panel of experts preferred the Highland Park -
    I liked both

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    Went down to TJ's to try to find some bargain wines. Tried the Long Arms Paso Red Blend. Okay. Pretty good for $6, but it fades FAST and there's not a lot of structure. Just a nice initial flavor profile. Was advised to check out the Liberte Cab. Any other recommendations out there? Trying to keep it in the sub $9 range.

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    Kaufmann Vodka.

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    "There's only one thing I hate more than lying…skim milk, which is water that's lying about being milk." -- Ron Swanson

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    Good stuff. My dad used to bring back a couple of bottles of that from Dublin when he went back in the 90's, but it has been available in the US for a few years now.
    Quote Originally Posted by sachem allison View Post
    redbreast 12 year old, smooth!

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