canadian whisky


well i figure you only go around once...why not go with the best! Black Velvet ''Reserve''...... i'm looked around..its rated very high worldwide.... for a $13 bottle of whisky..its not bad. it may not be up with your $26-$33 bottle...but almost..
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bob wald

well, i say Black Velvet is very good cause i found on whisky.com i think. they won the bronze medal for world competition. or some whisky site..i really not sure.
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bob wald

Hey, I was agreeing with you. In fact, I heard Al Gore invented WebTV.
Since you don't have to spend any money on whisky, computers, or Internet access, perhaps this Christmas you could buy yourself a spelling and punctuation kit. Hog heaven!
-- Larry
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pltrgyst

just went to thrifty liquor.to look n see if they still discounting black velvet. now bv has thier whisky in a black velvet bag.lol so i bought more..... i think ill donate a shelf in my frig.to my whisky collection.....maybe 2.
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bob wald

Black Velvert ''RESERVE''....not the regular. 3stars n ahalf...out of 4. or 87-90 out of 100. not bad for a $15 bottle of whisky....
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bob wald

just discovered black velvet is ''barton brands'' crown jewel of all thier over 57 products. They also are responsible for some of the finest scotch whishy.house of stuart scotch....n others.
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bob wald

In article ,
Whishy, indeed.
Would you mind terribly not posting about Black Velvet for a while? It's a little better than average Canadian whiskey, but there are at least 20 better ones, some of them in the same or lower price ranges, some of them superb as opposed to Black Velvet's competent mediocrity.
From your posts over a several weeks, it appears you are either a paid spam artist for a company that doesn't understand marketing, or someone who drinks far too much Black Velvet. So please, give it a rest. I'd be willing, on request, to prepare a list of the best Canadians, but it will take a few days; I'm largely tied up until Tuesday or so.
bill
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bill van

hey there pal uunn, i'm buy large volumes of bv. i found it at what i believe is very underpriced just cause the locals here arent crazy about it. which doesnt mean its not very good. so i'm trying to get some input before i drop another $100 in it. ok i'm no expert on drinks. so i'm trying to get some1 that is. actually i've never tasted the stuff.. but at 25% off the regular price ill try it. it cant be that bad. its priced now way below other whiskys not aged in a barrel.like bv reserve is. 8 years. so i assume its far better than those. n i found out its made by a gaint in the industry which reenforces.that they must know how to make a very good whicky. so why are you nosing in on my search for information? pal.
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bob wald

bill on your lil list of canadian whiskys..if you are putting unaged ahead of aged whiskys.as to superior quality..you may need to rethink if your qualified to rate whiskys.
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bob wald

He probably posted because you're a very obvious and irritating troll, who probably won't be able to buy "whicky" legally for at least another five years.
So -- {plonk}.
-- Larry
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pltrgyst

i'd have to rank canadian whisky as slightly smoother than bourbon but not as bold as irish. note however, there are exceptions to those classifications.
however. scotch is the best. especially when from islay.
cheers! Doc
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Doc Martian

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