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  1. #191
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    Re: Whiskey Tree

    Where is Cabin Still fitting into this? Is it made by Heaven Hill or just owned by? I had some last night and it had those distinct nutty nodes of Old Crow/ Beam. I know in the past it was a wheater but I highly doubt it based on taste.

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    Re: Whiskey Tree

    Cabin Still is owned and made by Heaven Hill. Originally a wheat recipe I suspect it's standard HH recipe now as it's marketed as a no frills value brand.

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    Re: Whiskey Tree

    Cabin Still, must be a very popular brand in Minnesota based on the oceans of it flooding the bottom shelves. I would say it's definitely HH make-- it's very corny but at only 3 years old it's fairly harsh considering its low proof. I couldn't testify one way or the other to its mashbill, but it could be wheated still. It shares some in common with the current Old Fitz (but the overall flavor is more like the Gold BiB). Wheat or rye, I don't know, but it is definitely young. Love the label, though.
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    Re: Whiskey Tree

    Where does one obtain one of these , "whiskey trees"?
    "You can't claim to have been drinkin all day if you don't start first thing in the mornin."

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    Re: Whiskey Tree

    Do a search here.

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    Re: Whiskey Tree

    There is a link to v5.2 at the bottom of page 18.
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    Re: Whiskey Tree

    Quote Originally Posted by Meruck View Post
    Where does one obtain one of these , "whiskey trees"?
    Squire and Pete are correct of course, but I got mine by planting magic whiskey beans.

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    Re: Whiskey Tree

    I can smell the fertilizer you used Greg.

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    Re: Whiskey Tree

    Quote Originally Posted by Brisko View Post
    It shares some in common with the current Old Fitz (but the overall flavor is more like the Gold BiB). Wheat or rye, I don't know, but it is definitely young. Love the label, though.
    Maybe I need to grab a bottle of Old Fitz 80 and evan black, and find the sister.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brettckeen View Post
    Maybe I need to grab a bottle of Old Fitz 80 and evan black, and find the sister.
    As long as you're not finding my sister, that sounds like a good plan.
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