Here is a pic of the gold BIB, the White/Green BIB 6yo and VROHH 10yo BIB.
As far as how do the bunch compare with the EW BIB White...I haven't done a side by side yet...
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I've had both the HH BIB 6yo and 10yo.
I can sum the taste of those in one word, hot.
But I do want to get some Evan William white label.
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If you can find this expression, don't know if it's made anymore, it is the best HH product I've tasted. Full of bannanas. It's a 7 year 86 proof. It's on the left.
The one in the middle is a 1993 HH BIB - superb and much rounder and richer in flavor than the current label.
The other is a 1983 Daniel Stewart 80 proof 4 year-also should be HH juice.
Found all those yesterday.
I love EC18 so i would pick that, its awsome. If not that the 12 year is great too or EWSB
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Of the ones I have been able to try, my vote definitely goes to Henry McKenna 10-year old single barrel.
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I like EWSB better than EC12, but I think EC12 is the quintessential HH pour.
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