(Thanks to /u/Devoz for this dram.)
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: We all have biases, and we all fight to at least quell them a little bit. We all also have a moral code, made up of prejudices and annoyances of things we do ourselves or have had done to us that we avoid.
One of such meeting points that cross at /u/TOModera‘s Hypocrite boulevard is the fact that I typically don’t bash or recommend something I’ve never drank myself, and hate it when people do. Where is my biggest blind spot? Why that’s Masterson’s 10 year old Straight Rye.
Yes, I typically argue that it’s not great. And if you check my past history, I’ve advised against people buying it. And I based that all on a 1/2 oz I had at a LCBO tasting tower a year ago.
So today I…
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