Posted: Mar 22, 2009 12:10 pm
Reading the comments left here.... Per what another said about Black Velvet... it may go down smooth as velvet, but 'black' is indeed a suitable word for the aftertaste. "Charred Velvet" anybody? - Evan Williams is the best I've found, a step above Ancient Age to me, (AA being about a dollar cheaper per 'pint'), and easily better than Henry McKenna. But as for the _really_ cheap stuff... Old Crow? Heaven Hill? Mattingly & Moore? -- Canadian Mist wasn't bad, Seagram’s 7 better, but I've about decided 'blended whiskeys' aren't the real thing, more like flavored Vodka or something.