Originally Posted by flintlock
No fair? Beam BIB hasn't been made in nearly 40 years either .
Originally Posted by Robmo
WL Weller Centennial is one of my favorites. Great for sippin' neat in the wintertime. Goes well with Raymond Chandler novels.
Rittenhouse 100 is great. Used it in Manhattans and Old-fashioneds all the time. Sadly, it did not last long.
Can't say I've been lucky enough to try many of the others.
Didn't realize that Centennial was bonded. not a single bottle I have says that anywhere.
Originally Posted by ratcheer
Rock Hill Farms, Henry McKenna 10 Y.O., Old Grand Dad
SNAP about RHF. the old bonded stuff from the mid 90s WAS good. and good call- except for the fact that I've found some I almost forgot it was bonded ever.
Originally Posted by SMOWK
I like to save up the charred bits in the bottom of the unfiltered stuff. When I have enough, I pour milk on it and eat it.