I have learned that I didn't really enjoy most of those I tried so far with one exception - Woodford Reserve. I really quite enjoyed it.
I don't know all the whisky terminology yet, but I'm sure I'll pick it up as I continue to research and learn the in's and out's.
I'd like to broaden my horizons and learn to appreciate something new and different at the same time. What suggestions do you have for someone who isn't a "real" whisky drinker, but is willing to learn? Should I start with some of the harsher flavors or stick to something more toward the milder side and work into it?
I have been reading good things about Evan Williams. I might give it a try.
One time in college I drank 2/3's of a bottle of Southern Comfort. Boy what a night that was. I had one heck of a hangover, but I actually made it to class the next morning. I mixed it with a 2 liter of Coca Cola. It went down very easy. I'm not in college anymore and closer to 50 than 25, so I don't drink like that any more. I didn't then either actually. That was one and only time with anything besides a couple of beers here and there.
My wife bought some Southern Comfort to cook with recently. I don't think I can bring myself to try it again anytime soon.
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