Lincoln Henderson, has his own Brand now

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Re: Lincoln Henderson, has his own Brand now

Postby peetie44 » Sat Mar 17, 2012 1:12 pm

Patchez wrote:Now for the bourbon. Well, I'm not very eloquent with these sort of things. It was good. Damn good. Smooth and different, the port casks do something to the flavor and color. Hell I don't know how to describe it. Try some. I think you'll like it. If i had to sum it up in one word...I'd say Sultry. Like Billie Holiday sultry.

Dude, that's plenty eloquent right there.
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Re: Lincoln Henderson, has his own Brand now

Postby Shmoo » Fri Jun 22, 2012 9:34 am

BeerMakesMeSmart wrote:Cool. He looks like Shmoo.

Um....I have no goatee and you were drinking when you wrote this, so you get a pass.
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Re: Lincoln Henderson, has his own Brand now

Postby TheBigCasino » Sun Sep 15, 2013 4:02 pm

BMMS is wrong.

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Re: Lincoln Henderson, has his own Brand now

Postby Patchez » Mon Sep 16, 2013 4:43 am

Whoa, that purely sucks. He was a Master Distiller in every sense of the word. I am humbled that I was able to shake this ma's hand and talk bourbon to him for a good 20 minutes or so at the tasting.

The Angles no longer need Envy, their Distiller has taken his place amongst them.

Cheers Good Sir, your talent will be sorely missed.Here's to hoping your son, with whom he started the Angles Envy brand with, was taking good notes and learned from the Master.

P.S. I did not know they made a rye and cask strength.Must find these.
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