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    What is/are your favorite BIB('s)

    What's your favorite Bonded whiskey- including rye and mellow corn? Let's go ahead and exclude Wild Turkey American Spirit (not fair to compare an 18$ bottle to a 100$ bottle).

    I'll go first:

    My first four are a very close race.

    1. VOB
    2. Rittenhouse
    3. Old Forester (not sure if it's still bonded- but its good)
    4. OGD (most recent bottling was a bit thinner/less spicy than I remember it, but still really good)

    Heavenhill is also pretty good, but I haven't got hold of the 6 year yet. I've only had EW BIB one time about 5 years ago when I went to a Volunteers game in knoxville, but as I remember it was tasty.
    Mellow corn is also good, but I recently had some Old fitz BIB and was kind of disappointed (might have just been a bad bottle though).
    Last edited by trumpstylz; 03-01-2011 at 23:35.

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    Re: What is/are your favorite BIB('s)

    1) Four Roses Single Barrel
    2) VOB
    3) Rittenhouse
    3a) JTS Brown

    With a large gap between 1 and the rest.
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    Re: What is/are your favorite BIB('s)

    Ox, do you find JTS Brown to be better/different than other HG BIB's?
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    It barely matters for me inasmuch almost none of them are available in NYC. But I'll be in KY soon & want to pick a few up.

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    Re: What is/are your favorite BIB('s)

    Of those described as BiBs on the label... (for the smarty pants)

    1. Very Old Barton BiB
    2. Old Grand-dad BiB
    3. Henry McKenna 10 y/o BiB
    4. Heaven Hill 6 y/o BiB (White Label)
    5. Rittenhouse Rye BiB

    In the "decent mixer" category: Old Fitz BiB, JTS Brown BiB

    Dusties: Old Forester BiB, ND era OGD BiB, JW Dant BiB (had some of that at Doug's place last spring, holy cats was that tasty!)
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    Re: What is/are your favorite BIB('s)

    Quote Originally Posted by Josh View Post
    Of those described as BiBs on the label... (for the smarty pants)

    1. Very Old Barton BiB
    2. Old Grand-dad BiB
    3. Henry McKenna 10 y/o BiB
    4. Heaven Hill 6 y/o BiB (White Label)
    5. Rittenhouse Rye BiB
    Wow, I didn't know Henry Mckenna 10 yr existed- sounds good!

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    Re: What is/are your favorite BIB('s)

    Quote Originally Posted by trumpstylz View Post
    Wow, I didn't know Henry Mckenna 10 yr existed- sounds good!
    It won't knock yer socks off but it's a sweet, subtle pre-supper or summertime sipper. It will only set you back $33 at Binny's or $30 here in the Great Lakes State.
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    Re: What is/are your favorite BIB('s)

    Old Bourbon Hollow BiB
    JTS Brown BiB


    Dusties;
    JWDant BiB from the '70's and early '80's.
    Old Taylor BiB from the same era.
    Old Grand Dad BiB from ND

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    Re: What is/are your favorite BIB('s)

    There are four BIBs available to me so I may as well call them my regulars if not favorites, Barton, Grand Dad, Heaven Hill and Dant.

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    Re: What is/are your favorite BIB('s)

    Ritt BIB
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    Re: What is/are your favorite BIB('s)

    OGD and Ritt BiB. Both are absolute steals

 

 

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