I think it is an error. When you go to the link, it takes you to the PVW 23yr...
I think Julian is short stock for the 23 yr, so I do not think we will see a 30 yr any time soon.... but... (and my wallet is scared) we might.... be nice if it was cask strength... a man can dream right
I would think at 30 years, there would be so much wood it would be undrinkable.
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Greg's "bourbondork" blog
If there are 8.5 gallons left in a 50 gallon barrel after 23 years. That wouldn't leave a heck of a lot after 30 years.
The bottle might come dry with some charcoal bits in the bottom.
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That website is just stupid:
"Those in need of proof (heh) should sample the label's best, the 30-year-old, but if balk at spending 300 bucks on getting you drunk"
Give me a break.