My lord, you have more Four Roses on the shelf than the three dealers I frequent have total! Nice!
Sean nice collection and looks that most are open and ready to pour,glad to see it is dominated by FR's.Oh and on a side note that ND OT is probably pretty old and most likely bad,just set that aside and I'll finish that off for you I would hate to see you get sick or something like that.
"To deny our own impulses is to deny the very thing that makes us human."
I think there's only four in that cabinet that are unopened, and two of them are yours. The unopened bottles are spread throughout closets in every damned room of the house. I really need a basement...
Anyone have or seen a nice cabinet with either locking glass or metalwork? We're finishing our basement and want to display but have 3 teenagers... between them and their friends.
"...that we here highly resolve that these empty bottles shall not have been drunk in vain..."
I bet you could convert a nice gun cabinet pretty easily.
I keep most of my stuff locked up in a closet. Sometime soon I'll pull some of it out and take pictures.
I've never tried GTS with any sort of soda. Maybe I'm missing out; but I'm OK with that.
Been itching to do this for weeks and had an early opportunity. I guess my bunker is wide instead of deep, but I'm still proud of the damage I've been able to do in the last 12 months.
First we have the open American bottles (nobody tell Squire that I snuck the Jefferson Rye in there).
The Four Roses family
Some bottles from Frankfort
Some Heaven Hill branded BIBs
These are the open international bottles.
The Glenfarclas family
The birth-year bottles (pardon the Glenfarclas repeats)
Assorted single malts and blends
Assorted single malts
Some of the Crown Jewels
Sweet. This weekends menu. Now I can start planning!
Great looking collection, Josh.