PCPeter774
member since 08/05/2007
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2153 days ago

Indian! Pass the chilli naan and the chicken vindaloo.

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2229 days ago

I have dabbled in nasal snuff and I have to say that I did not care for this one. I only tried the white variation, however, it really did not sit well with me. Back when I was a nicotine fiend the strength was appreciated, but the aroma was not. It smelled strongly of fish and noxious perfume, which lead me to believe that it was flavored with ambergris. I understand that you cannot judge an entire line by one product, however, the fact that this company found such flavoring acceptable leads me to believe that they do not deserve my business. Sorry snuff aficionados, the Dholakia White is just plain revolting. But it gets another star for the nicotine kick, however, since I quit cigarettes the strength of a snuff is not enough I also believe it should not smell like sh!t.

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2373 days ago

Wonderful, the ghetto variant of skoal. What a fucking joy.

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2373 days ago

If you really want to put tobacco in your mouth, authentic swedish snus is a much better alternative. Is this rat shit really worth looking like you got meth mouth, maybe a little bit of hyperbole, but not by much.

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2373 days ago

Rat poison and fiberglass. You do not need to even try it to figure it out.

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2373 days ago

It's alright for the price. I think I would rather pay a little more for a more complex bourbon. But, as a cheapo purchase it serves as a functional and less expensive alternative to my other bourbons of choice.

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2382 days ago

This is certainly a great beer. I purchased a 22oz of it around Thanksgiving, I was stuck between this and another brew. Once I was told that this was only released once a year by a store employee and after gazing at the dwindling number of bottles on the shelf, I chose a bottle of this stuff. I have to say that the original is better. However, that seems to be the case across the board. A few years ago my first experience with the Arrogant Bastard Ale line by stone was the Arrogant Bastard Oaked Ale which was great; however, then I tried the a 22oz of the original and absolutely fell in love with the brew. Then after trying this I realized that the best offering truly is the original Arrogant Bastard Ale.

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2382 days ago

I really like this stuff. Then again I am usally a fan of Sierra Nevada's offerings.

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2383 days ago

This has to be one of my favorite irish blends. In terms of the sherry maturation they actually get it right which is surprising, because this seems like a product that would have been either over or under sherried. This form of cask maturation and a few extra years in the wood sets it worlds apart from the younger white label. This was one of the first blends that I had after being converted to a single malt drinker that not only took me by suprise, but also made me question the dogma among malt drinkers that blends are simple, (pardon my Latin) are piss.

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2383 days ago

I quite frankly do not give a shit what anyone thinks of my review. Yes, this is a blend. However, this is about as good as a mass produced blend could get. If you are looking for a blend with great complexity compass box ( an independent bottler) is also an excellent choice. One thing to remember about this blend is that it is a vatted blend or the more modern term being a blended malt, meaning that there is no addtition of any grain whiskies. Which certainly helps improve the flavor profile. Often times blends use these horrible grain whiskies to prop up the malts that are utilized in the blend creating a scotch that has quick and fading finish. Not so with this one. The finish is longer and what I would refer to as a rolling finish. It starts off with a clear honeyeyed note trasnsitons to a costal Islay peat and then ends with peppery peaty finish. I really enjoyed this blend, despite what anyone thinks of Johnnie Walker. I personally think this is the best product that this blend house could ever put out. Trust me, it was very difficult for me being a single malt fan to give this blend a full recommendation. But, I cannot ignore the fact that this is possibly one of the best blended scotches ever made.

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