Jack Daniels the drink not me

Jack Daniels - Stinks or Not

  • Yes - I am a bourbon addled drunk

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#1
I was told last night by a certain member of this site that my fave tipple, and I quote ''fcuking stinks'', I was shocked by this but it got me thinking does it really stink as my sense of smell whilst drinking it has long gone. Am I being selfish in drinking it and subjecting all around me to the whiff of bourbon or should I just crack on?
 
#2
I'm a devoted Jim Beam drinker myself, j-d, so I'm inclined to say that any bourbon (with the best being JB, of course) is no less than a golden and god-worthy nectar...
 
#3
Machristo said:
I'm a devoted Jim Beam drinker myself, j-d, so I'm inclined to say that any bourbon (with the best being JB, of course) is no less than a golden and god-worthy nectar...
I'll drink with you anyday Sir! As for the heathen that said it to me, you know who you are!
 
#7
I prefer JB to JD as I find it less "harsh". But I prefer JD to SoCo and any other spirit, except Voddy if course.
 
#8
J-d for me fella's, It's in my hip flask in my smock pocket before i pack anything else. Have you had the green label stuff yet? there's some other Vintage J-d's in my local offy that i'm yet to try with a siver label.
 
#9
crabby said:
I can't stand jack daniels myself - drink a proper single malt
I had a mad sesh on whiskey in my youth and it put me off it for life, you know the score, ill for days etc but I like bourbon for some reason. Strange.
 
#10
gizmodnd said:
J-d for me fella's, It's in my hip flask in my smock pocket before i pack anything else. Have you had the green label stuff yet? there's some other Vintage J-d's in my local offy that i'm yet to try with a siver label.
I have a bottle of silver label about a foot away from me at the mo!
 
#12
I have a friend who states that JD smells like "clock oil and orange juice". I remind him that he's a cnut and that Mr Jack's finest is a gift from above!
 
#13
jack and me are very good mates....hate birds that add coke to it!
 
#14
whatever said:
jack and me are very good mates....hate birds that add coke to it!
Jack or Jim it's good for me, which non believer adds anything to the nectar of the gods, these are the only two good things that come out of the US of A, or are they?
oh dear this may start another thread??
 
#16
TheHatsRevenge said:
whatever said:
jack and me are very good mates....hate birds that add coke to it!
Jack or Jim it's good for me, which non believer adds anything to the nectar of the gods, these are the only two good things that come out of the US of A, or are they?
oh dear this may start another thread??
Wasn't Jack Daniels Welsh???

N.B I'm not for the record!
 
#17
Hmm... Gentleman Jack - Very nice! I visited the Jack Daniels Distillery in Lynchburg, Tennessee back in 2004 and bought a couple of bottles of 1915 Gold Medal from the Jack Rabbit Shop, was gobsmacked when we warned not to 'test' the fine nectar out in Lynchburg as it is a "DRY COUNTY"!!!

If you ever get to the States on a visit, I would highly reccommend it, in downtown Lynchburg there is even a shop selling furniture, mini bars etc. out of the real mcCoy Jack Daniels Oak Barrels.

If there are any Organisations/Clubs/Units or even ARRSE that ever come into a few $$$ you can even get your own Barrel with the label specific to your own Logo etc. and a brass plaque placed on the Barrel, you will get a couple of hundred bottles of Single Barrel bottled and labeled, a great gimick if your organisation has the money, I could imagine a nice bottle of ARRSE Labeled Single Barrel in my drinks cabinet :D

Jack Daniels Distillery
 
#20
jack-daniels said:
whatever said:
jack and me are very good mates....hate birds that add coke to it!
I've never even met you!
heeeelllllooooo jack..just opened a bottle needs must
 
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