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We all know this is a time of year when Bourbons, whiskeys and spirits are especially consumed as the perfect compliment to a cold  season. Regardless of the climate where you live, at BourbonBlog.com, wants to know which Bourbon, whiskey or whisky says “Winter” to you in it’s flavor, memory, or theme?

Post your favorite for the season below, make it as brief or detailed as you like. Is it the spicy ryes, deep and smokey Scotch or a barrel proof Bourbon?  Comment here with your reply.

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There is no wrong answer. Consider this  is yet another way we’re asking what you’re drinking today, or as we ask our followers with the hash tag on Twitter @BourbonBlog, “What are you #DrinkinTonight?” Share your thoughts, recipes or comments on how you like to warm up with the whiskey.

For some real inspiration, we invite you to check our our continued holiday coverage, recipes and stories.

 

 

15 Responses to “Which Bourbon or whiskey is best for Winter?”

  1. Matt Rychtanek

    Too hard to narrow down to one. I’ll go with George T. Stagg for a bourbon and HIghland Park 18 for a scotch. Both are great for sipping in front of the fire on a cold winter evening.

  2. Tim H.

    Sazerac 6yr Rye in a Sazerac — (IMHO, the Sazerac tastes better with Pernot than with absinthe).

  3. Brad

    Elmer T Lee for a great value, Maker’s 46 for a medium priced budget and Goerge T Stagg – if you can find it. Had some barrel strength Weller – wow, nice. Old Rip Van Winkle 15 is one of my old time favorites – very oaky and smokey.

    It is funny, I am not a big fan of Buffalo Trace label – but their boutiques are some of my faves.

  4. Tim L

    There is nothing better than to sit by the fire with someone pleasant to talk and gawk at with a glass of Wild Turkey Kentucky Spirit