ok, so i remembered, surprisingly. this is what i got off of the bottles.
Speyside, aged 20yrs. Sherry Cask finish. not sure if Alexander and company mean anything to you guys, and imported by Misa Imports. there was also something on there about Texas, IIRC. that bottle goes for $44.99.
there's also a Macallan, aged 15yrs, also with Alexander and company on the bottle. that goes for $49.99.
not sure if that's a good deal or any better than what you guys are drinking, but thought i'd share that.
both are single malts too, i believe.
The Kirkland Bourbon is Jim Beam Black.
My research has been duplicated more times than I can remember....
Good to hear you guys will be able to make use of that! Hahaha.
phxmuni, not sure if that's a good or bad thing. Since i don't really drink and am not familiar with the various liquors, but hoping it's a good thing for you. Up until you wake up the next morning with a pounding headache, yeah?
"My research has been duplicated more times than I can remember..."
Someone has to do it, grueling, repetitive work. :)
Macallan is sweeter than Glenlivet, 12 year Glenlivet usually sells for $32-$34, really good is the 18 year Presentation @$55-60 per bottle. For all my kidding I limit myself to one shot sipped two or three times a week, so a bottle lasts a good while.
"The two best-selling single malt whiskies in the world, The Glenlivet and Glenfiddic, come fromSpeyside. Speyside has the greatest number of distilleries of any of the whisky-producing areas of Scotland.Speyside whiskies can generally be classified as light and grassy (e.g. Glenlivet) or rich and sweet, (e.g. Macallan)." Source: Wikipedia
Flaminpen probably tasted the sweetness in Macallan vs. Chevas.
You're certainly right about that...however their Giant's AAA franchise doesn't draw well, I have always wondered why. I suppose you have to be more of a baseball fan rather than a franchise fan?
Stan my Man is gone at 92...RIP indeed for him and Charlie Weaver who was 82!