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As soon as I moved to the northeast I started seeing Red Stag pop up all over. I think it tastes like cough syrup.
That's what my girl said too lol there's a honey one too that I've yet to try.

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Ill have to give that peach whiskey a try. What's a good mixer, iced tea? Maybe just on the rocks?


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on the rocks is the way to go.
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the thing about flavored whiskeys... is the consistency is a little thicker than usual, and its thicker than what i'm expecting out of a whiskey, so it tastes like syrup.

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the thing about flavored whiskeys... is the consistency is a little thicker than usual, and its thicker than what i'm expecting out of a whiskey, so it tastes like syrup.
I hear ya. This bothers me also, but if you let the rocks melt enough, it dilutes that syrup consistency a bit. Even a dash of water to speed up the process. It also dilutes the sugar levels, but for some reason leaves behind a bit more whiskey flavor. Thats a huge bonus in my book. (Im talking strictly about that peach stuff though.... only flavored whiskey Ive ever had)
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i had a few shots of jack daniel's honey on thanksgiving and it was like cough syrup. i swear too much sugar gives a hangover just as well...

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i had a few shots of jack daniel's honey on thanksgiving and it was like cough syrup. i swear too much sugar gives a hangover just as well...
Very true. I like whiskey and club soda just to avoid that sugar crash the next morning. I will pick up some of that peach whiskey when i am back in the Rockies next week.

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The peach whiskey sounds really good I can't seem to find any here in Jersey.

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If you want flavored whiskey just mix it yourself. Put a drop or two of honey in your glass. Or get a cheap decanter and add peaches, just be sure to keep in the fridge. Make it yourself and it wont taste like syrup. And you will have both.

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The peach whiskey sounds really good I can't seem to find any here in Jersey.
I will bring some back for the next offroad meet if it's good.

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If you want flavored whiskey just mix it yourself. Put a drop or two of honey in your glass. Or get a cheap decanter and add peaches, just be sure to keep in the fridge. Make it yourself and it wont taste like syrup. And you will have both.
Actually just bought a new cheap decanter! That's a good idea!

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