Releasing their white dog as a product is the best example yet of Sazerac's genuine commitment to being the enthusiast's producer.
Col. Charles K. "Crotchety" Cowdery
"Whiskey Don't Keep."
I'm still amazed at the price the market will bear on this stuff. Chuck, maybe you can clarify. Are there more taxes involved with releasing unaged spirit? I wouldn't think so but who knows? I just can't see the justification on the price of this stuff when there is no cost of warehousing or any loss to evaporation.
"F**k it, I'm gettin' into the whiskey."
Scott, seems Joe might be able to get you some for slightly cheaper. PM me if you still want me to check it for you.
Found the BT White Dog in Ann Arbor, MI (A&L Wine Castle) for $17.
Very interesting. Haven't had anything like it since I had a mason jar of Kentucky 'shine a few years ago.
Almost reminded me of sweet creamed corn.