Three fingers of ER10. Heading out of state tomorrow, running around getting ready to go, but I always take a few minutes to appreciate a good pour even in busy times.
Suffering with yet another cold (I've been getting my ass kicked this winter for some reason) but some good whiskey makes it all bearable.
Orvw 10/107, Pappy 20, Wlw '08.
Whisk(e)y - a bargain at any price !!!
Had to try another two fingers of the ER10. The last pour sat in the glass for awhile and the changes were sublime. The "mustiness" (which I dig about ER) sublimated itself and the body and flavor intensity increased in a big way over the hour or so I drank it.
ER10 continues to surprise and beguile me. The bottles I'm getting these days are, to use an over the top oxymoron (the moron being me) "astonishingly subtle." Hmm...
I haven't found a whiskey in its price bracket that has that kind of character and personality.
Brad, a rye is definitely in my future, I'm getting more and more curious about rye. In NH our selection is scant but I may be able to find a Baby Saz nearby. In the meantime, this bottle of ER is really doin' it for me. Just excellent.
started out at home, then at a very nice raw bar/seafood spot. It complimented the andouille and shrimp dish that was served... Quite well .
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Eagle Rare 17. Just picked up a bottle at my local state store.
None of the other BTAC's were in stock, and, in all likelihood, probably will never be.
So I'm gettin' it while the gettin's good!
"Suppose he's got a pointed stick!?!"
- Eric Idle, Monty Python's Flying Circus
I have been really enjoying the Weller Antique 107. Picked it up after reading the BOM posts.
"Clears up her head with bourbon/Cause beer is so suburban/And declasse for what it's worth"