John Lee Hooker, George Thorogood, Amos Milburn : One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer   4 comments

I love Thom’s choice of scotch, bourbon, beer, and music — a human jukebox. — kenne

The Immortal Jukebox

These days my alcohol take is very modest.

On celebratory occasions (my birthday, the birth of my Granddaughter) a decent measure of Malt Whiskey (no water, no ice).

Nothing to touch the Lagavulin 16 Year Old.

When Ireland recently magnificently beat The All Blacks at Rugby only a healthy slug of Bourbon seemed appropriate.

Given this was only the second victory over them in 111 years I felt justified in removing the racehorse stopper from my prized bottle of Blanton’s Original Single Barrel Kentucky Straight.

Blantons

There’s also my tradition of sipping a fine Pale Ale immediately I hit the WordPress Publish Button and launch a new Immortal Jukebox Post towards the waiting World!

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Bishop’s Farewell always hits the spot as I wait for the Likes and Comments to flow in.

So, if you ask me what I drink these days I answer – not much but when I do :…

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Posted December 4, 2018 by kenneturner in Information

4 responses to “John Lee Hooker, George Thorogood, Amos Milburn : One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer

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  1. A 16-year-old single malt, and a Lagavulin at that! What a treat for the taste buds! And you’re absolutely right: it has to be straight – anything added would only spoil the whisky.

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  2. enjoy the Spirits.

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  3. Love my 12 year Dewars…

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