That would involve work which is violative of the first rule of retirement which is to avoid work.
OK, I'll play, too.
My fav's since last summer are these:
Elijah Craig 12-year Barrel Proof
(Current issue of) Old Forester Birthday Bourbon
Ezra B Single Barrel (Luxco, NDP)
A (too-tiny) taste of Wild Turkey 12-year at the Gazebo in April
William Larue Weller from last fall
...and just because I can; I'll add one more: Henry McKenna Single Barrel 10-year BIB
In no order:
Basically a list of year favorites right?
Blanton's (store selection)
FR Single Barrel
Would like to venture outside of some stock store bourbons in the coming year.
Ask me tomorrow and I might change my mind.
JPS 18 unfiltered Single Barrel
Four Roses 17 year OBSV
Tie - 1970 Old Fitz Prime/1976 Yellowstone
Others that could easily make the list: Four Roses Jim Rutledge 40th, the amazing SB Blend at the sampler.
Good idea for a thread.
Good excuse for a drink.
4R 17 yo gs bottle
Blantons Straight From the Barrel
Hirsch Blue Wax
Most honorable mention to Yellow Spot Irish Whiskey
Looking to try Centennial, Doug's, Red Hook, ORVW 15...
Looking to try FR1BLE2013, PHC and WTRRSB
4R 2012 LE SmB
2013 Saz 18
Abraham Bowman (no real shot at this, but I can dream)
4R 2013 LE SmB
I'm with yeti on the
Four roses 17 year obsv
2012 small batch 4 roses
William larue weller (any year)
ECBP 16 GBS selection (only cause it took so long to get)
I will say that the year ain't over and there's at least 5 more killer bourbons coming out that I'm looking forward to. Gentlemen, we are truly blessed to have access to the whiskey that we do. The past looks really good. All those dusties you will maybe never taste, things your grandfather took for granted. But I have to tell you, the golden age of bourbon is RIGHT NOW! Amen
Oh I forgot. To yeti. Got this in the mail last weekhttp://img.tapatalk.com/d/13/08/20/any7utyv.jpg
Now that's one helluva impressive sight!