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  1. #21
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    Re: Ten High is now a blend, at least in New York.

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    Re: Ten High is now a blend, at least in New York.

    Word just in: add Massachusetts to the list of states that are getting the new, gag-worthy Ten High.

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    Re: Ten High is now a blend, at least in New York.

    I was in two liquor stores in Florida today, and both had the blend, not the KSBW.

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    Re: Ten High is now a blend, at least in New York.

    I can unfortunately confirm Chuck's report for Massachusetts...

    (Can't believe we're bemoaning the loss of Ten High!)
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    Re: Ten High is now a blend, at least in New York.

    I can confirm that TN is now getting the blended whiskey. I was in another store today and found the 750 as the straight bourbon whiskey but the liter and the 1.75 are now Kentucky Blended Whiskey. Is it time to grab the Original Straight for safe keeping?? There are only a few bottles left. Grab them or leave them?
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    Re: Ten High is now a blend, at least in New York.

    Here in the motherland it is already switched to the blend as well. Saw it tonight at the Kroger's Spirit Shoppe.
    Hope is subversive, for it limits the grandiose pretensions of the present by calling into existence the possibility of something better.

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    Re: Ten High is now a blend, at least in New York.

    Tucson has both ... the non blends are dusties down here

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    Re: Ten High is now a blend, at least in New York.

    I would only say, that if we are still finding WT12's today...then you'll still be able to find Ten High Bourbons well into the 2030's.

    Then again, if you really like it, and it's your "go to"...then start hoarding.
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    Re: Ten High is now a blend, at least in New York.

    Quote Originally Posted by smokinjoe View Post
    I would only say, that if we are still finding WT12's today...then you'll still be able to find Ten High Bourbons well into the 2030's.

    Then again, if you really like it, and it's your "go to"...then start hoarding.
    There will be Ten High and Cockroches left in DC after the world is destroyed....

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    Re: Ten High is now a blend, at least in New York.

    Well just picked up 2 1.75's in Pennsylvania and as Chuck said it is still the KSBW. And there was plenty on the shelf. The funny part is I've never had it before but figured I'd give it a shot just in case it does change. Haven't checked the Jersey shelves yet.

 

 

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