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TOPIC: Reasearch & Developement: Ray Steele

Reasearch & Developement: Ray Steele 31 Jul 2006 21:24 #1

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I am in the midst of researching a taste for Bushmills Irish Whiskey. Starting at the beginning of July '06. During the acclamation phase a Jameson's chaser was used. Used to the extent for differential taste bud selection and Leprechaun delusional properties.
To date : Bush Mills still has an after taste that rivals most Florida spring water. My opinion only, but others may differ.
I will continue my research and development studies until the October, the previous stated dates for conclusions on Irish Whiskey differences and farriery prospectives.:cool:
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RE:Reasearch & Developement: Ray Steele 31 Jul 2006 23:08 #2

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What have you got against Florida spring water? I hope you didn't drink that stuff! just to get it down means you must be from the North. I think it was meant for rubbing on horses tails.

we will need to take a poll as to if Jaye should take " the Oath" before he travels. We had better consult with Smitty and SOON.

Smitty what say ye . I'm for the oath for Jaye, it might leave a bit for us.

Jaye are you on for Oct. ,any one else?

The poll is on for the Oath, I'll keep count.

Regards

Ray Steele

ps I've been told that Bushmills works wonders under pads,

Have you been back to either of the animals that you used the L/p pads on?
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RE:Reasearch & Developement: Ray Steele 02 Aug 2006 14:55 #3

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Having seen the ugly sea cows what live in the florida springs and assuming that said creatures consume aquatic vegitation, digest it, and then return it in processed form to the springs . . . I should hope that you sampled that water upstream :)
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Here's the deal. I'm trying to keep it simple.
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RE:Reasearch & Developement: Ray Steele 02 Aug 2006 21:44 #4

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Since Perry admits to drinking the Bushmills, not sure if that is a felonious offence, check with the powers that be, (and that's not Powers Irish unless we do that search in a strictly scientific way), maybe there will be a bit of Jamesons for you, and since Jaye will most likely be taking the oath, could you bottle some of that fine Florida spring water for him next time your in the area? He won't know the difference! Nor probably his four (soon to be five ) henchmen(associates).

regards

Ray Steele
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RE:Reasearch & Developement: Ray Steele 07 Aug 2006 22:09 #5

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I lived in SE Florida for 6 years and spent most of my spare time during those years submerged (SCUBA) on the reefs between Jupiter and Ft. Lauderdale. I made one trip to "Crystal River" to dive in "the springs." It is my considered opinion that the FL spings are an over rated tourist trap.

My preference for aquatic adventure is the salt water reefs which boarder the Gulf Stream. AND there were many, many, adventures on those reefs which were celebrated with Jameson's, Glenlivet, Dalwhinney, Pinch, or even something as mundane as Chivas.
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RE:Reasearch & Developement: Ray Steele 07 Aug 2006 23:25 #6

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While Jaye is acquireing a taste for Bushmills Irish whiskey, I'm experimenting with an Irish brewed beer called Harp Lager. I generally enjoy a bottle of the famous Irish brew Guinness. So far there both very tasty, and satisfying. :)




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RE:Reasearch & Developement: Ray Steele 08 Aug 2006 09:54 #7

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ray steele-
Since Perry admits to drinking the Bushmills, not sure if that is a felonious offence, check with the powers that be, (and that's not Powers Irish unless we do that search in a strictly scientific way
My research is scientific, trying to re-create delusions or illusions of the leprechaun which chase me on occasion(s). Also, the power of thought is being studied via a Jameson vs. Bushmills comparison. The comparisons are interesting- My thoughts while partaking the Jameson's has a slow uninterrupted flow. Bushmills has a multifaceted interruption flow because of my spewing and shaking my head because of the taste; thought processes are and have been erratic.:confused:
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RE:Reasearch & Developement: Ray Steele 08 Aug 2006 12:06 #8

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My research is scientific, trying to re-create delusions or illusions of the leprechaun which chase me on occasion(s). Also, the power of thought is being studied via a Jameson vs. Bushmills comparison. The comparisons are interesting- My thoughts while partaking the Jameson's has a slow uninterrupted flow. Bushmills has a multifaceted interruption flow because of my spewing and shaking my head because of the taste; thought processes are and have been erratic.:confused:

Being of the single malt persuasion, I've noticed similar differences in the Scot's versions of the Nectar of the Gods, especially after a particularly lengthy episode of research. I've mostly got the hierarchy of single malts narrowed down to every one of them falling somewhere between magnificant and outstanding on the scale, so I feel considerable more research will be necessary before I can render a final judgement. It's tough duty, but I've taken up the cudgel and will not be dissuaded from my labors in the name of scientific research. :)
Tom Stovall, CJF
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RE:Reasearch & Developement: Ray Steele 08 Aug 2006 17:49 #9

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How soon might we expect published results? Will they be peer reviewed?
Who pays????
Rick Burten PF

In the immortal words of Ron White: "But let me tell you something, folks: You can't fix S-tupid. There's not a pill you can take; there's not a class you can go to. S-tupid is forever."
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RE:Reasearch & Developement: Ray Steele 08 Aug 2006 22:38 #10

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Being of the single malt persuasion, I've noticed similar differences in the Scot's versions of the Nectar of the Gods, especially after a particularly lengthy episode of research. I've mostly got the hierarchy of single malts narrowed down to every one of them falling somewhere between magnificant and outstanding on the scale, so I feel considerable more research will be necessary before I can render a final judgement. It's tough duty, but I've taken up the cudgel and will not be dissuaded from my labors in the name of scientific research.

How soon might we expect published results?


For some reason, when I attempt to put the subtle differences in effect to paper while affected, I have difficulty in deciphering what I've written the next day.

Will they be peer reviewed?

My peers are welcome to review my work, even when I'm doubly blind.

Who pays????

Thus far, my research has been privately funded, but I'm working on sponsorship from industry sources. (If I ever convince the single malt folks to fund my research, I'll become one of Phineas' peers.)
Tom Stovall, CJF
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RE:Reasearch & Developement: Ray Steele 09 Aug 2006 09:06 #11

My studies in this field are all emperical, and I'd like to keep it that way :D

I've tried the two most well known Irish variaties discussed earlier of this beverage, and even have been drinking Jameson almost exclusively for years. One reason was at the time that particular whiskey (note the 'e') was simply the best where quality/price ratio is a concern. As it was in those days :cool:

Later I tried a lot of the Scottish versions, and I must admit stuck to those.
What actually made me change sides, was a Scottish whisky called Glenlivet. From there I ventured along whisky trials no one ever heard of. And had a very good time :)

May I humbly suggest to include The Glenlivet in your research?



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RE:Reasearch & Developement: Ray Steele 09 Aug 2006 11:09 #12

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Bush mill tis indeed lovely

Tamdhu even better
warms the belly , puts a grin on ya like a sugar ant in a lolly shop and makes yer Phart like a brumby ;)
Mark Anthony Amor
If we want anymore excrement like that outta you we'll squeese ya head :eek:
Mind how ya go now ;)
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RE:Reasearch & Developement: Ray Steele 09 Aug 2006 16:08 #13

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I would like to submit a pair of humble North American spirits to this research effort.

Crown Royal Special Reserve(even though it is a blend) and good Ol' Jack Daniel's (the guinna pig can feel free to peruse #7 or Gentleman Jack...or both :D ).

I have found my self unable to speak of my assessment of the Crown on a number of occasions. Perhaps this experiment can put to words that which I could not say.
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RE:Reasearch & Developement: Ray Steele 09 Aug 2006 22:58 #14

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Skinfaxi wrote:
I would like to submit a pair of humble North American spirits to this research effort.

Crown Royal Special Reserve(even though it is a blend) ....I have found my self unable to speak of my assessment of the Crown on a number of occasions. Perhaps this experiment can put to words that which I could not say.

Or couldn't remember!
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RE:Reasearch & Developement: Ray Steele 10 Aug 2006 14:47 #15

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I must agree with Ron about the Glenlevit.

Localy we have a horseshoer who distills a very fine Peach Brandy shine, and dose a nice side business with it. Always has a case of quart Mason jars in the truck with the shoeing gear.
He was pulled over once (actualy many, many times) and was asked what was in the jars. He explained, succesfuly, that it was horse liniment used in his busness.
Bill

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I don't give a damn for a man who can only spell a word one way. Mark Twain
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