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    Re: Evan Williams Honey Reserve?

    We've been following this and just posted a story along with a photo of the bottle on the top of www.BourbonBlog.com , the direct link to the story is - http://www.bourbonblog.com/blog/2009...honey-reserve/

    Looking forward to sampling this and also to seeing many of you at the gazebo at KYBF in September!

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    Re: Evan Williams Honey Reserve?

    I was looking thru an old NY state liquor catelog from the 1960's, and I saw a Heaven Hill liqueur listed. Anybody seen or had this? I wonder how it might compare to this new product.

    Lots of other liqueurs listed too, Old Taylor, Ten High, Four Roses, among others.
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    Re: Evan Williams Honey Reserve?

    John Hansell had this in his blog.
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    Re: Evan Williams Honey Reserve?

    Quote Originally Posted by jburlowski View Post
    John Hansell had this in his blog.
    More direct link: http://blog.maltadvocate.com/2009/08...vored-bourbon/
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    Re: Evan Williams Honey Reserve?

    Back in the 1960's, Whiskey based liquers were quite popular. In my mini collection I have examples from Seagrams 7, Canadian Club, Windsor, Canadian Mist, George Dickel, J&B scotch, Cutty Sark scotch, Imperial blended American whiskey and probably others I've forgotten. WT honey liquer goes back at least to the 1970's and was originally sold at 80 proof. It will be interesting to see how the EW version tastes!

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