Opened a dark wood top (w/turkey logo) WTKS from 2006. I've never tasted a pewter top WTKS, but in isolation, this one is very enjoyable. It's straightforward -- dry, woody, not much on the nose -- but still rich and tasty. It's more to my liking than the light wood top WTKS I've sampled.
Henry McKenna 10/100. Nice, very nice!
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Went to Keylime Cove with the kids and another family for the weekend and I brought with bottles of 2009 Pappy 15, Pappy 20, Old Fitz Prime 6/86 1984, and Old Weller Special Reserve 7/90 from 1977...we opened them all and drank well this weekend! :cool:
VOB BIB and Baby Saz. Very different pours. Like the Saz, love the VOB.
On deck to replace a few recently emptied bottles are; OWA, Weller SR, Weller 12, J T S Brown BIB, 1980 ND Old Taylor 80 proof, and a private bottling of BT from Minnesota.
EWSB 2000. First time I've tried it, and I was very impressed. I think its one of the best pours I've had at less that $25 a bottle.
Opened my first (and hopefully not last) bottle of the PHC 5th edition. After enjoying half the pour I decided to see what JH had to say about it in Whisky Advocate. I found myself mostly in agreement. Particularly the part about it being "perilously drinkable." :drink: