I will kick it off.
I have become very friendly with whiskeys in the last couple years. I am sipping on Cooper's Croze (a Jameson blend) as I type to accompany my viewing of a classic NHL game (MIN @ VAN in Rd 2, Game 7 of the 2003 playoffs -- SPOILER ALERT: WE WON!). Other favorites of mine, in no particular order:
1: Blender's Dog (another Jameson blend)
2: Suntory Toki, a Japanese whisky
3: Tullamore D.E.W. Rum Cask
4: Tullamore D.E.W. 12-year
5: Heaven's Door Double Barrel (a super-smooth bourbon)
Jameson Cask Mates (Stout Edition)
Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey (not recommended straight up, but surprisingly useful for mixing)
Jameson Black Barrel (can you see an Irish trend?)
Vicomte (who knew the French wouldn't fuck up whiskey?)
Knob Creek Maple Whiskey (initially good straight up but too sweet after a few tumblers; makes the list for being a versatile mixer)
I am trying out different whiskeys, figuring out what I like and what I don't. I'm triangulating my way to my first three-figure bottle of whiskey. Leading contenders are Tullamore D.E.W.'s 18-year offering (it's Irish, surprised?) and a Japanese whisky, Kaiyo Sherry Cask. I'm leaning toward the Kaiyo, as it's a limited run.
YOUR TURN, DRUNKARDS!