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    Sticky: Re: BOTM 3/14: Maker's Mark

    I hate to say it but MM is something I order not buy,every time I do have a pour when I'm out I'm actually shocked at how much I like it but pricing is off base for what it truly is IMHO.I will...
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    Sticky: Re: BOTM 2/14: Smooth Ambler Old Scout

    Well you are quite open about your products.You are now distilling and aging your own product and what you already have on the shelf is at a great price what's not to like?
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    Sticky: Re: BOTM 2/14: Smooth Ambler Old Scout

    They do source their stocks but are currently distilling and aging their own now.John is a member of the board and has been very open with disclosure and they offer a very good product at a more than...
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    Re: Hello From Milwaukee

    On a more serious note,welcome to the site and there is quite a group of good members in the Milwaukee and Madison area enjoy your time here at SB.
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    Re: Hello From Milwaukee

    All assholes from what I hear.:shocked:
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    Sticky: Re: BOTM 1/14: Colonel E H Taylor Small Batch

    This is a very good description and was a surprise to me as well,this is one of the few CEHT's that has been a repeat purchase for me.Now if they would put the rest of the line in a competitive price...
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    Sticky: Re: BOTM 1/14: Colonel E H Taylor Small Batch

    I actually quite liked the SmB,I would fully agree that it was a bit hot for the given 100prf but settled nicely with some due open time.I actually would say that of the CEHT line that only the SM...
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    Re: Introduction from Oak Park, IL

    Welcome to the site Bryan and I hope you enjoy the wealth of knowledge this site has to offer and it helps you to tailor your hobby.
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    Re: Greetings from So. IL - STL area

    Welcome to SB,you will enjoy your time here and it will really help spawn an obsession.....I know it did for me.
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    Re: 1912 Old Jim Gore

    Open it and share it with friends.
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    Re: Hello from Iowa

    Welcome to the site and Iowa is a tough state to procure a lot of things in the limited varieties,sounds like you are off to a good start as far as establishing your tasting baselines.I hope you...
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    Sticky: Re: BOTM 12/13: J.W. Dant BIB

    I will have to go with the group on this one and enjoyed the 2/16's I have tried.I find the other others overly corny with almost a vegetable oil backbone which I find to be a bit odd myself.
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    Sticky: Re: BOTM 11/13: Pappy 15

    I'm surprised this hasn't gotten more attention than it has being BOTM considering tis' the season and all.I still do so enjoy the 15 as my preferred pour of the line ,is it different than the past...
  14. Sticky: Re: BOTM 10/13: Henry McKenna Single Barrel BIB

    I have always enjoyed the HM BIB and found it to be an excellent example of the prominent HH "house style"in one very well rounded bourbon and at around $30 the price ain't all that bad either.
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    Re: Bourbon Trail

    I couldn't agree more and the only one I've done that I wouldn't even think about going through again,visit the gift shop,enjoy the sheer mass and scape of the of the rickhouses and move...
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    Re: Just joined - from Madison, Wisconsin

    Tony welcome to the site from another pillager of the cheap prices that Wisconsin has to offer and Madison has quite a few fine stores and consider yourself lucky at least in that regard.To answer...
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    Sticky: Re: BOTM 9/13: 1792 Ridgemont Reserve

    Hey,I didn't beat up on OGD and will never shy away from a pour of BIB or 114.....and I think the term "thick skulled"would be a bit more well suited in my case.:grin:
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    Sticky: Re: BOTM 9/13: 1792 Ridgemont Reserve

    I myself have never been a fan of the Barton house style,I have a had a few private selections that seem to seem to mask the yeasty/artificially sweetened banana a bit more and seem to balance out...
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    Re: So my brother-in-law drinks moonshine ....

    I know I'm really looking forward to this as well,something this unique really intrigues me.
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    Re: Thank you!

    Welcome to the board and enjoy the ride!
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    Re: New poster from Saint Paul, MN

    Welcome to the board and you have some stores up there with some great selections like South Lyndale and Haskell's are just a few of my favorites.I look forward to seeing you contribute in the future...
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    Sticky: Re: BOTM 8/13: Elmer T. Lee Single Barrel

    ETL is a bottle that always graces my shelves and have always been a fan,the 15yr SV bottling nothing short if epic and the 90th Birthday Edition was also pretty damn good.May his name live on...
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    Sticky: Re: BOTM 7/13: Willet Pot Still Reserve

    I have never been a fan of the WPS,I have owned exactly one bottle myself and have had it on plenty of other occasions to realize that I will never grow to appreciate it in any way.I feel the...
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    Sticky: Re: Botm 1/13: Old Forester Signature

    I couldn't agree more if I tried and at $15 less it's a no brainer ever time,I couldn't even tell you the last time I picked up a WR or for that matter even gave it a second look.
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    Sticky: Re: BOTM 6/13: Wild Turkey Rye 101

    I always thought the WTR was a solid rye to have around and at a managable price point.I would always have a Saz,Ritt,LDI of some sort and a WT open as a variance of styles and flavors,all good...
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