does any one have a comparison chart?

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does any one have a comparison chart?

Postby 6250 » Monday Mar 08, 2010 3:06 pm

does anyone have a comparison chart of the still spirits range? so its easier to identify which flavour is closest to a commercial product?
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Re: does any one have a comparison chart?

Postby Shanus » Tuesday Mar 09, 2010 12:21 pm

would love to get a copy of that
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Re: does any one have a comparison chart?

Postby 6250 » Monday May 24, 2010 11:25 am

i reckon we start one up and people can add to it! please correct if im wrong

Bundaberg Rum - Top Shelf Aussie gold Rum
Jonnie Walker Red Label - Top Shelf Scotch whiskey
Jim Bean - Top Shelf Kentucky Bourbon
Jameson Irish Whiskey - Topshelf Irish Whiskey
Southern Comfort - Top Shelf Southern Haze
Smirnoff - Top Shelf Vodka
Baileys Irish Cream - Top Shelf Irish cream

theres a few of some popular drinks. please add to this so we can get a comprehensive comparison chart
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Re: does any one have a comparison chart?

Postby Sugarandyeast » Friday May 28, 2010 6:29 pm

I have the Brewcraft comparison chart but dont know how to upload onto this. If some one can help me that would be good. It is in PDF format.
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Re: does any one have a comparison chart?

Postby lethaldog » Tuesday Aug 17, 2010 11:04 am

Most of the still spirits are pretty close to the mark, especially the sambuccas and liquors they just change the name, eg. Midori = melon liquor, Yager= Herbal liquor etc etc
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