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Johnie Walker Blue

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Tycolby, Dec 6, 2008.

  1. Tycolby

    Tycolby Guest

    How many have been able to say they pulled the silver weighted draw string on a bottle of Johnie Walker 21yr old. To hear that golden foil tear as the string runs towards that golden capped cork! Oh the aroma that spills out of the bottle as you remove that cap. It smells almost too sweet to be real. Almost a product of splenda or some other artifical sweetener. No way this can be a real product. But once those golden drops of pure craftmenship touches your tongue, you know.......... you know this is for real. That it took 21 years for this bottle to find you and fill you life with some of the best refreshments possible to man.

    It took me three years to finally open this bottle. Why? Because I thought maybe one day I could resell it for a profit? No that wasnt the reason. The reason was simple, I wasnt mature enough in my life to enjoy this bottle. Yes I was able to afford to buy it but I wasnt ready to enjoy it. The day you go up to a liquorstore and buy a bottle of Johnie Walker Blue and actually sit back and truely enjoy that bottle, is the day you can say "I dont need to wait for life anymore"

    Just want you all to know, Now is the time to enjoy life before its too late.
    Enjoy life for awhile before you and me hit rock bottom.
  2. iLLegal Means

    iLLegal Means Seasoned Veteran
    Stratics Veteran

    May 18, 2008
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    I live in Virginia... not too far from Franklin County... (moonshine capitol of the world)

    Not long back I had the pleasure of sipping some home made Peach brandy that was over 8 years old. Now I'm not knocking liquor that has been stored in (oak) wooden barrels, but it can't touch brandy that has been stored in a large mason jar with a half of a peeled/pitted Peach for over 8 years. Went down like water... didn't need any chaser.

    .... And yes, we even ate the peach....
  3. Tycolby

    Tycolby Guest

    A mason jar or oak barrel doesnt matter one bit. These moments in our lives are some of the best times we will remember. Enjoy the fruits of our labors and enjoy life.
  4. hen

    hen Certifiable
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    Jul 2, 2008
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    Tourist whisky.