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    Re: OPVW 23 special fine today!!!

    That depends on whether you like a high wheat or a high rye mashbill bourbon.

    I, being a rabid rye fiend, suspect I will prefer the Lawrenceburg bottle over the Frankfort one... once I finally...
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    Re: just one bottle?

    Mine wouldn't even be a bourbon, it'd be WT rye hands down.
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    Re: "Old Charter Seven Years Old"

    Okay, this is getting out of control. I went hunting today, and came across a real nice liter of OC 7 yr old, without a gov't warning on it. I was like, "hey great, the same stuff I got before, but...
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    Re: "Old Charter Seven Years Old"

    Okay, just saw in another thread how straight bourbon has to be aged in unused, uncharred barrels. I guess that blows my previous conjecture out of the water. :crazy:

    But still, there has to be...
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    Re: "Old Charter Seven Years Old"

    Just came across a dusty 500 mL bottle, with tax stamp and no gov't warning too (sweet!) in some frontage road 'town' off of I-10 nearabouts Phoenix, AZ.

    It's got a real nice flavor to it, and I...
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    Re: Fresh Face with a Wild Turkey Question

    Dawn, this is the one...

    http://www.thewhiskystore.de/usa/wturkey/f01_6.jpghttp://www.thewhiskystore.de/usa/wturkey/wildt1207a_2.jpg

    The ones I got are the same bottle as above, and come in...
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    Re: Fresh Face with a Wild Turkey Question

    These turned out to be the burgundy foil limited editions, with '98 dates on the neck, woo hoo! Yep, I snagged 'em.

    And Tango, you got mail. :)
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    Re: Fresh Face with a Wild Turkey Question

    They had five or six bottles on the shelf, not sure whether they had any backstock though. I think I may grab the lot for the case discount, and you're more than welcome to go in on it with me. I...
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    Re: Fresh Face with a Wild Turkey Question

    Thanks, Dawn. I'm pretty much sold on it now. Just need to get back on that side of town, probably today or tomorrow. :)
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    Re: Fresh Face with a Wild Turkey Question

    You know, you got a point there, ratcheer. My, how time flies. :lol:
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    Re: Fresh Face with a Wild Turkey Question

    Thought I'd bump this because I ran across several bottles of 'a WT 12 yo' but the packaging just doesn't look old at all. They're in square boxes, and from what I can remember, they look mostly like...
  12. Re: Your Favorite Bottle before you had a pour.

    Saz Jr is awesome, hands down.

    I also really like Bookers. That ribboned seal covered by the black wax is classy.
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    Oh hell yeah, that's my lil' stocking stuffer for Dad, the Saz Jr. The retro bottle rules, and its a fine whiskey indeed. I finally tried it with ginger ale, and I'm tempted to say it tastes as good,...
  14. Re: Thanks a lot... (new to the forum, and to BTABC)

    Ooooh... that Weller 19 sounds intriguing! Care to say where I might find it? I'd appreciate it.
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    You may have. There are actually two on Greenville. One had 1 bottle of Weller yesterday, and the other had that case of 05 Weller. They also had two cases of the Handy, one of which I snagged. I...
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    Because of you people, I've put about a grand on my credit card this holiday season. And all I wanted to do was buy my dad a Sazerac 18 yr. for Christmas.:smiley_acbt: ;)

    But I myself am a...
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