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jsgorman
07-16-2005, 10:43
I know the higher octane gets the hurrahs around here, but is there any benefit to purchasing a Lawrenceburg edition of the 90 proof? Is there a marketed difference between the old and the new?

Geo
07-16-2005, 15:52
The Lawrencebergs were bottled at SW. To me they are a little better, just a tad. Enjoy! http://www.straightbourbon.com/forums/images/graemlins/toast.gif http://www.straightbourbon.com/forums/images/graemlins/drinking.gif

TNbourbon
07-17-2005, 19:36
The Lawrencebergs were bottled at SW. To me they are a little better, just a tad. Enjoy!



I believed you mean "distilled at", not "bottled at". They were bottled by Julian's former operation at the erstwhile Old Commonwealth Distillery, from which they get the Lawrenceburg designation. (Stitzel-Weller was/is in Louisville.)

Vision
07-18-2005, 20:54
Can someone update me here? ORVW 10yo 107 is my main bourbon and I'm not sure what you're talking about.

jsgorman
07-19-2005, 10:41
My liquor shops carry the ORVW 10YO 90 -- Not the 107.

I found some bottles that were Lawrenceberg and wanted some feedback.

brewcrew
07-19-2005, 13:56
Can someone update me here? ORVW 10yo 107 is my main bourbon and I'm not sure what you're talking about.



There are 2 versions of the ORVW 10 year old. A 90 proof and a 107 proof. The Lawrenceberg bottling is older and more likely to be Stitzel-Weller bourbon. It seems the majority of people prefer the older Lawrenberg bottlings in a head to head taste test but the Frankfort bottles are very good also.