This topic has been inactive for at least 365 days, and is now closed. Start by marking “Bourbon on the Rocks (Bourbon Series Standalone)” as Want to Read: Error rating book. Does the shape of the ice matter? Whiskey, scotch and bourbon are never served cold, so why would you add ice? Maybe the OWA would do OK, but I feel like the Weller 12 and even the WLW I've tried to add water/ice too has usually suffered for it. By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use. But I do like my bourbon on the rocks actually. I think that it holds up well with ice, and isn't so complex that you lose things by drinking it as a colder temperature. I don't use ice that often but these tend to do really well with it: I also prefer my Handy with a couple ice cubes rather than adding water. A great way to enhance the tasty vanilla and spice flavours of Bulleit Bourbon, add ice for a simple drink to enjoy when you're on your own or with a few friends. Knob Creek on the rocks works well, I usually take my bourbon neat but will try most of them on the rocks at least once, not too much of a purist. On the advice of the good people in this thread, I'm trying Ritt BIB on the rocks (or one small rock, quickly annihilated by the whiskey) and it's delicious The chill brought out a thick brown sugar and cherry component that was not obvious to me in past tastings. sob0728, January 5, 2012 in General Bourbon Discussion. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. It’s time to get mixing! Privacy & Cookies Notice. WT101 and OGD BiB do OK with ice. Be the first to ask a question about Bourbon on the Rocks. Can't think of any others. White Label HH BiB is good on the rocks as is Knob Creek. I'm a heathen, I drink them all with ice whenever I feel like it. 2. Share Tweet Pin it I prefer Booker's on the rocks. This is what immediately came to my mind as well. I haven't had them in a while, but I'd guess all the Beam small batches (save BH) would also work well. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Bourbon On The Rocks. Template:Wikifiedrecipe Contents[show] Description A Bourbon drink. I occasionally have bourbon on the rocks. I think OGD 114 is really nice with an ice cube. How or when do you enjoy it? Welcome back. The only one I do not drink on the rocks are the VVOF or VOF. And Knob Creek. The PHC 10 is not. The daughter of a Navy Seal turned pastor, Brittney Ann has lived a very sheltered life. Or was. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Get some grub in before or while you’re drinking – it slows alcohol absorption.www.drinkscalculator.com. Bourbon on the Rocks book. We’d love your help. 1 star 2 stars 3 stars 4 stars 5 stars 127 2. Easy. Please feel free to start a new thread on the subject. EW White Label is what I go to in the summer, and keep a bottle in the fridge year round. It's strong enough to take a couple cubes and randy enough to hit a deep herbal corn candy note when chilled. Copyright © 2020 Straightbourbon.com™ I have a bottle of EW green label that isn't very good neat but develops a great oakey quality on the rocks that brings back memories of the distillery warehouses. If you continue, we’ll assume you accept cookies. Ice tends to mute some flavors and bring out others. By I wouldn't be surprised if the profile has changed over the years. A bourbon with heritage, Bulleit Bourbon stays true to its Kentucky roots with spicy, bold flavours that come from ageing the softly amber coloured liquid gently in small batches. I'm surprised nobody said Very Old Barton 100 or Wild Turkey 101. Or enter in your combination of ingredients to select a great drink. If you have something you don't like very much, give it a try on the rocks. Bourbon on the Rocks. It really comes down to mood. Bryan Washington, the acclaimed author of 2019’s short story collection Lot, has returned with his debut novel, Memorial. Privacy & Cookies Notice. I typically prefer mine at around 90-95 proof, so adding an ice cube or 2 isn't usually out of the question. A good bottle of wine. In terms of favorites for on the rocks, can't really say. Beyond bourbon, then, what type of drink is your next choice? I have had the opportunity to talk to pretty much every Master Distiller of the top bourbon producers in Kentucky as well as hundreds of other personalities. Great YA! On the other end of the spectrum I find that Dickel 12 doesn't do well at all on ice but handles water pretty well. by A.C. Land. I agree. A great way to enhance the tasty vanilla and spice flavours of Bulleit Bourbon, add ice for a simple drink to enjoy when you're on your own or with a few friends. The only one I do not drink on the rocks are the VVOF or VOF. I really enjoy 4RSB on the rocks as well as OWA. Or, more accurately, on the "rock" because I usually only use one cube. If you continue without changing your settings, we’ll assume that you are happy to receive all cookies on this website. I frequently enjoy bourbon on the rocks. A trend in … To see what your friends thought of this book, Bourbon on the Rocks (Bourbon Series Standalone). cheers- … bourbon brandy gin tequila rum vodka whiskey whisky coffee liqueurs. I prefer my whiskey neat but every now and then, mainly during summer, I will have a bourbon on the rocks. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Ingredients 2 oz Bourbon Directions Pour Bourbon into old-fashioned glass half-filled with … The ice will melt and dilute the spirit slowly, making it a little less intense without altering the flavor greatly. Using a jigger, measure 50ml Bulleit Bourbon into the glass. But I do like my bourbon on the rocks actually. Refresh and try again. In terms of favorites for on the rocks, can't really say. However, even higher proof ryes I typically drink neat. I agree 100%, although I never really feel a need to add ice to any wheater. I know everyone is a purist and likes it neat, but does anyone have a favorite "on the rocks" bourbon. I loved this book and I'm loving this series! Powered by Invision Community. This site uses cookies. What would you like to make today? Let us know what’s wrong with this preview of, Published I think WT 101 and Weller Antique (as sob mentioned) also do very well. It's not a hard and fast rule, but I don't think wheaters take ice/water as well as rye flavored bourbons. The first PHC offering is wonderful on the rocks. OGD 114 would probably be good as well. One of the reasons I am asking is that I can usually convince some buddies to drink straight with some ice, but rarely neat. Mostly I do like my bourbon neat but I just love the firs PHC over ice. Start with bourbon neat, and end with bourbon rocks. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. For some reason the flavors come together better for me. I enjoy FR1B on the rocks in the summer time, though only 100 proof to start it performs very well with a little ice. However, the higher proof things I normally like it more on the rocks so GTS or WLW do really well with a little ice. I also have those silly fancy whiskey stones, but I rarely use them. Nobody's said it, so I'll mention it even though it's been a few years since I've actually drank it: Noah's Mill. Any other favorites/recommendations? "On the rocks" refers to liquor poured over ice cubes, and a "rocks drink" is a drink served on the rocks. We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. Choose the spirits, mixers and garnish you already have at home and we’ll find recipes that match. I've found that ice can bring out pleasant qualities in bourbons that I otherwise dislike. Bryan Washington on Father Figures and Other Complicated Relationships. I typically use ice more often on OWA and WT101. I've been given 4 bottles of Booker's in my life (which means I've owned 4 bottles of Booker's in my life), and ice is the only thing that saved any of them for me. I have heard the PHC 2010 does not do well with ice. Which is pretty often! I agree on OGD 114, and I would also suggest Blanton's. I don't like wheaters over ice that much but once in awhile I will have OWA 107 with ice. However, the higher proof things I normally like it more on the rocks so GTS or WLW do really well with a little ice. June 7th 2016 I find myself drinking two different bourbons on the rocks from time to time- Rowan's Creek and Old Grand Dad BiB. She aches for the moments when she can race her decrepit hand-me-down Plymouth away from the family farm, just for a little taste of freedom.

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