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 Post subject: templeton rye
PostPosted: Thu Apr 09, 2009 1:24 pm 
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Please add me the list for a bottle.


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Ash and Jim, I've got you covered.


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Just passed the group order to Stew yesterday. There will be more than enough for him to buy it by the case. Looks like the per bottle cost will be in the neighborhood of $30.


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:D :D :D :D

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Good. I look forward to sipping this Templeton!
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Brent XVI'er wrote:
:D :D :D :D


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Price alert: Stew advises he found a really good price at Target. Only problem is, when he went to the store, while the price was still valid, they didn't have any! So it looks like approximately $35/bottle.


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One of my pet peeves.....it's really easy to advertise a great price on something you don't have. :? :roll:

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steve voss wrote:
One of my pet peeves.....it's really easy to advertise a great price on something you don't have. :? :roll:

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Close, very close Bluerock, the Committee will have to debate this post for possible commandment violations.

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My second pet peeve is the old bait-and-switch. Hey guys!!!! How about some of that Templeton Rye at $30 bucks a bottle? Anybody want any?

Oh, now it's gonna be $35..........or a neat $60/case extra profit. :D :D :D :twisted: :wink: 8) :lol:

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or a neat $60/case extra profit


Well duh, it's advertised as a favorite of Capone's! Doncha think Iowegians can retain lessons?

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I was fortunate enough to be treated to a taste of Templeton Rye this afternoon from a special stash located in SW Missouri. All I can say is that I should have ordered more. It is very, very nice. I can't ever remember having rye before and I can't believe what I've been missing! 8) :lol:


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Uh that applies only to Templeton Rye. Others are well, less tasty.

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Mr. Over/Under lectures on taste. Yeah, sure. :D

Picked up the wine this evening, the desired Jim Beam Rye was not on the shelf. Briefly looked over the in-stock iodine-flavored seaweed varieties (see out-of-focus pics), then picked up some Jefferson bourbon which I've yet to experience. We'll see shortly!

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