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Comment 25 Jul 2014

Urbz is on top of this couldn't have said it better myself, sippin on some 4R Small Batch right now. Blanton's is definitely top notch but it's $50+, if you can find some Elmer T Lee it's the same mash bill as Blanton's and almost just as good for about $20 less. I just Finished off a bottle of Noah's Mill and it is awesome, and for under $40 Wild Turkey Rare Breed is a pretty good sip as well. Urbz looking for the 114 down here in FL can't seem to find it right now.

Comment 25 Jul 2014

You can make fun of the Wild Turkey 101 but it actually is a fairly highly rated whiskey amongst the whiskey tasting/rating blog crew.

Comment 23 Jul 2014

Denny lead me to the promised land, hell If I could find 4R Small Batch for $3 I'd be doing back flips like Joey Bosa

Comment 19 Jul 2014

Pint glasses are good to, I'm a equal opportunity drinker, Craft Beer, Bourbon and Rye in no particular order. Jason some beer koozie's would be good as well (I'm not talking about those crappy foam ones)

Comment 16 Jul 2014

Despite being called an 'elevation trainer' the mask is not. It is a hypoxic trainer. 

What the masks will do is restrict airflow, thus making your lungs work harder. The actual effect on VO2 max or anything is basically nil, but it does help strengthen your diaphragm which WILL improve your ability to suck air. They will enforce and reinforce the 'breathing' muscles (scalenes, intercostals, abdominals, etc.) which allows an athlete to maintain a higher breathing frequency for a longer amount of time. Unfortunately it is also likely to increase skeletal muscle fatigue because the body is prioritizing the breathing muscles.

I used to use one of those in the Army they were Gas Masks,  had to train quite a bit with them on and I hated every minute of it.

Comment 03 Jul 2014

I get it down here in FL for under $23, and get Four Roses Small Batch for $25, would have to say for that price those 2 are hard to beat, definitely the best bang for the buck bourbons IMO.

Comment 03 Jul 2014

I like in no particular order Maker's 46, Four Roses Single Barrel and Small Batch, Elijah Craig 12yr, Blanton's, Wild Turkey Rare Breed, Willett Pot Still Reserve, Evan Williams 10yr Single Barrel, just opened a bottle of Noah's Mill last night and have to say it is awesome. I also like Rye's, Willett 4yr Rye being my favorite with High West Double Rye coming in a close 2nd. I usually drink my Bourbon neat or with a splash,  once in a while I'll whip up an Old Fashioned.

There are many others I have a looooong list LOL. I know on the to get list is Booker's, and Willett 2yr Rye.