Not just that, but goodness check out all of the VWFRR.
I was moving things around yesterday, so I got everybody together for a family portrait.
Open and on-deck:
I complain a lot about bourbon selection in Ontario. But looking at this, I've done not too badly for a guy who only gets to the US once or twice per year.
[QUOTE=Smithford;300302]I was moving things around yesterday, so I got everybody together for a family portrait.
Great collection,I see a lot of familiar faces in there.I thought you said Canada was slim pickins.
Nice collection! How's that Nikka?
°Geaux Tigers! - °Visca el BarÁa!
Not so much a stash, and several Scotch and Irish in here too but here goes...
Recently moved so finished off a lot of bottles that only had a few pours left in them, here is what made it to the new house, since the photo was taken Iíve bought a glenfiddich rich oak 14 and Iím looking forward to growing the collection more over the next few months as recently Iíve been drinking more than Iíve been buying.
From right to left we have Bushmills, Jameson, Grants ale cask, Monkey shoulder, Dalwhinnie 15, Abelour 10, Snow grouse, Glenmorangie Nectar díor, Talisker 10, The Singleton, Jim Beam black label, White owl whisky, George Dickel cascade hollow, Russellís Reserve 10, Four Roses yellow label, Blantons straight from the barrel, Van Winkle Lot B, Van Winkle Family reserve rye, Old Grand dad, Georgia Moon, Seagrams crown royal bottled in 1969.
The water was not fit to drink. To make it palatable, we had to add whiskey. By diligent effort, I learned to like it.
-- Winston Churchill