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  1. #41
    Reeds or Gosling are the best bets. Didn't care much for Fever Tree.


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  2. #42
    Plantation Rum is excellent neat. Supposedly they are changing their name though. You can probably guess why..


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  3. #43

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    Try Monopolowa. I bet you cannot tell the difference, and it's $18.49 for a handle. https://www.totalwine.com/spirits/vo...ka/p/96425175?

    I like Tito's, but i like the extra $9.50 better. https://www.totalwine.com/spirits/vo...a/p/96260175-1


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  4. #44

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    Goslings or Fever Tree.

    If you are in TX, The Central Market House brand is good too.


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  5. #45
    Paul Masson VSOP Brandy is my go to. Iíve bought Cognac for triple the price that isnít as good. Mix it up with some Pepsi and youíre ready to go.


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  6. #46

    If you like Titos Vodka

    then try Smith Works. Save a few $. (very similar)

    Fortunately I like Burnetts when doing vodka.
    Jack may be gone, but he is "EVER PRESENT"


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  7. #47
    Quote Originally Posted by DoomSlayer View Post
    Paul Masson VSOP Brandy is my go to. Iíve bought Cognac for triple the price that isnít as good. Mix it up with some Pepsi and youíre ready to go.
    Get some of that Paul Masson Peach Brandy and keep it in your freezer. Then, you can get a bump of that when you grab a fresh Milwaukee's Best to reset your palate so you can taste all the nuances of flavor that the beast has to offer. Pair that up with a nice salisbury steak TV dinner and you will know how the fancy people live.


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  8. #48
    Quote Originally Posted by thekimmer View Post
    Nyquil. Get a good buzz and it clears you nasal passages too.
    And cheap AF.


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  9. #49
    Old fashion homebrew.


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  10. #50
    Quote Originally Posted by Mobile Bay View Post
    You say vodka is vodka and then suggest one of the more expensive brands?

    Smirnoff is fine. Below that you get into redistilled denatured alcohol territory and that's bad juju.
    Smithworks is by far the best bang for your buck vodka


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  11. #51
    Quote Originally Posted by Barkman Turner Overdrive View Post
    And cheap AF.
    And baptist approved.


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  12. #52
    I haven't read the whole thread, but for you french vodka drinkers, Costco's Kirkland vodka regularly beats out Grey Goose in blind taste tests. And it's half the price.


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