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Good liquor is all about quality. I don't care much for Scotch in general, but like an expensive single-malt.Jack Daniels is a sour-mash whiskey, while Crown is a bourbon (blended, I believe). Just as you (and I) can discern the differrence between Chevas Regal (now I know it's a cheap scotch!) and something as tasty as Macallan, JD and Crown, to me, are as different as Otis Knight and Susan Dey (and I can tell the difference in Coke, even after a couple, unless they are really weak). Jack Daniels single barrel is a superb, albeit not particularly smooth, whiskey. It has a distinctive bite, but my gawd, it is so good! Gentleman Jack is—well, as Col Potter would say, "there aren't enough O's in smooth to describe it!" I used to drink a lot of Canadian Club...I can't get it down anymore.There are some real rum drinkers out here. We need to hear from them.
So let's discuss it here and decide which rum I should try. Now... granted... just because you like it in no way means I will like it based only on "It's good" so please help me pick one.The scotch I drink is only single malt. My faves are Highland Park 18 and 12, Aberfeldy 21, Balvenie 21, and Macallan. What makes one scotch better or different than another? Some are fruitier, some have more of a wood flavour, some are just smoother.What makes 1 rum better than another and which brand leans which way?Plus it's fun to talk about rum when getting ready for fair ! ! !
....When it comes to mixing a quick drink nothing compares to the simplicity of coconut rum and Mountain Dew. For those of you who think I am crazy, try it....
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