Post by ward of the state on Nov 27, 2020 7:14:26 GMT -6
In order to make drum edits less painful last night, my client (artist) and I meandering through the 4 best takes of drums on a particular song and picking out the best bits, assembling them and fixing all off time bits manually and cross-fading and all other forms of trickery . . .
Started with a healthy glass of Jamieson's on the rocks, and then polished off a 5th of Beam Black over ice as well. (all ice cubes made from rainwater, as that's all your whiskey should ever be poured over)
Anyhow, shortly, I will be reviewing all our Jack Douglas/Steven Tyler/Joe Perry style editing and see what we actually did.
When I got home, my partner had a lovely tall glass of Larceny poured up over rainwater ice also.
Wow, I'm paying for all that now.
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Post by jeremygillespie on Dec 1, 2020 20:01:53 GMT -6
I’ve had the 20 year Pappy before and it’s great. I have a bottle and a half of the 12 year lot b winkle that only gets broken out on special occasions, and I only really drink it if I have some friends over to share with.
That single barrel Old Forrester is great, as is the Weller 107.
I like the Bulleit Rye a lot. I haven't tried their Bourbon, but I bet it's great.
Maker's Mark is smooth, and my favorite bourbon...I haven't tried anything too esoteric. Anyone tried Pappy Van Winkle yet?
I think Ive had every Pappy Van Winkle except the rye. The 15 and 12 might be my favorite. 20 is pretty good, but definitely gets oakier/drier as it gets older.
If you like Maker's Mark, try Larceny. A little cheaper, probably a bit older in age and still around $20. A little more complex than Makers, perhaps in exchange for 'smoothness' depending on your palate.
There are probably 25 bourbons and ryes I'd suggest over Bulleit. Not that its bad. Just better options.