Runs about 35 here in KC. We had an abundant supply. A freind and I grabbed up most of them. In the next week or so, the new batch will be hitting the shelves. Hopefully my rye will be coming too.
I can learn to resist anything but temptation.
Appears sporadically around No KY then usually disappears rapidly. (The upside to living in KY is access to virtually all bourbons; the downside is that there are a lot of discriminating bourbon drinkers who quickly clean out the good stuff.)
"Drinking when we are not thirsty and making love at all seasons… that is all there is to distinguish us from other animals."
The number on the front label is A2144. 08 on the bottom of the bottle.
I find it to be too woody and dry. This is strange, because I've always liked other expressions of VW. Wondering if it was an off batch.
Rather than dump it, I vat it with other wheaters. That's where about half my bottle of MM 46 went. Now it's back to using OWA.
"Remember that your sense of humor is inversely proportional to your level of intolerance."
- Serge Storms
Got to say I haven't seen this for under $49 in Florida for many years....and SoFla is somewhat known for cheaper booze prices.
I lived in Durham for almost 14 years. Met my wife here and 2 of my kids were born here. I only get back every couple years or so, but there are lots of memories. However, I usually carry a bottle of decent bourbon with me because I also remember the ABC system.
Well I ended up picking up the 10yr 107 ORVW, along with the 15yr and the 20yr for $238 w/tax in Atlanta. Will be trying them all tonight. I appreciate the help, I figured why not as I have not seen many bottles of each around here.