JasonInChiTown

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About JasonInChiTown

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  • Birthday 02/13/1982

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  1. Party Lusi RASS Siglo II Punch RS 11 [RIP] Diplo #5 [RIP]
  2. Balance work/life better. Spend too many hours at work. I need to accept the fact that there will always be a constant stream of things to do. If I spend 10 hours a day doing it versus 8, the same amount will be there tomorrow.
  3. Shantaram by Gregory David Roberts True story of an Australian convict escapes the country to spend 10 of his fugitive years in Bombay. AMAZING story!
  4. I've had the pleasure of tasting many Japanese malts, and by far my favorite is Hibiki 12 - a blended malt. Paired with a cigar, it is heaven. http://thewhiskytweet.com/post/2502357812/...duro-5-secretos
  5. with dessert - Cohiba Secretos and a dram of Ardbeg Uigeadail
  6. Drudge Report is the best aggregation of news that I have seen. Twitter for breaking news - its quite resourceful
  7. Absolutely love to own a Single Malt Whisky shop. From mass brands to the rarest in the world, I would only stock Scotch. Host tastings and private events. Ship worldwide. One day.
  8. I take solace and amusement in the fact that there are more people talking about the Yankees losing that the Rangers winning. Hate on!
  9. I've consistently rated these top 3 in my humior [for the time period you mention] Partagas Serie P No.2 [2008] Trinidad Reyes [2008] H. Upmann Magnum 48 [2009]
  10. Mag 48 with Laphroaig Quarter Cask. Brilliant pairing - QC brought out all the chocolate of the cigar
  11. I use a plain Moleskin book for gluing bands http://www.moleskineus.com/
  12. Excellent thread. I have some Lagavulin 16 and I have a single of the Grand Edmundo. I never thought to pair together. I usually, don't smoke with my heavily peated single malts, mostly sweeter highlands malts My favorite is Highland Park 12 and Trini Reyes. You've inspired me to do a review with that pairing. Let us know how it goes.

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