I'm not an idiot and I'm completely aware that bourbon is a type of whiskey. However, I think the distinction between bourbon and whiskey should be made due to its superiority.
Perhaps blue, but this cuts both ways.
I respectfully submit that for those who do not understand that bourbon is a type of whiskey you made me appear ignorant with your correction of sorts. Especially with your oh-so-small-type. That hurt.
Please know that I am smiling as I write this and hold no animosity whatsoever.
As for superiority I personally would argue that single-malt scotch IS the superior whiskey.
While you may hold no animosity, I'm sorry that my comment hurt. It was by no means intended to be hurtful, bourbon talk has been a running conversation in this thread in part because I am from Kentucky and thus I prefer bourbon to, say, Tennessee whiskey. Also, you have edited my comment as I originially wrote it; it included a wink to show that it was in jest:Well, I'm off to "do" the family thing.
Can't decide if I want to stuff myself with turkey or booze...maybe I'l just compromise and go for the 2-for-1 bottled combination of "Wild Turkey" whiskey
Clever E! but Wild Turkey is a bourbon
LOL...I cut the wink as it didn't fit the 300 word count and wasn't intrepreted as a "jest" statement but rather a sarcastic twist. I also changed the font - no complaint there
If you're proud of your Kentucky bourbon, why the tiny print? Your current reasoning appears flawed,illogical,insincere, and back-pedelling when compared with your original action.