Badly designed whiskey bottles

Just1more

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How about peanut butter instead of syrup :boink:

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Is it your first drink that’s hard to pour, or your last one? I’ve been Tin Cupping for years… never had a problem….FYI, a better bourbon in Tin Cups price range is Elijah Craig. IMHO…and it pours easy….
I might have been spoiled by the ease of pouring from the log cabin decanter. Tin cup is my number 3 whiskey, 1792 and Jefferson are my first choices
 

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When I see flavored whiskeys like this I think "Is the whiskey that bad that they need peanut butter flavoring to cover up the taste" ? And "Who in the marketing department got a raise for suggesting this product" ? :doh:
Flavored whisky is the fastest growing category. A lot of folks really like them. sometimes the whiskey is pretty good to start with. there is a lot of crap out there, of course. But you can’t argue with the sales
 
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