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  1. #21
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    Re: Favorite Pour ....

    I'm still sticking to my guns; bringing this out and not keeping it a limited edition like it was will ruin the whole allure of this bourbon. I'm sure the product will still be exceptional, but there are some things that need to stay the way they started out as and the release of George T. Stagg is one of them.

  2. #22
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    Re: Favorite Pour ....

    I can't say for sure that Stagg is the best bourbon of all time, but I can say it is my favorate bourbon by a pretty good margin. In general, I have a strong bias toward cask strength and non-chillfiltered bottlings (rather than limited editions or fancy bottles). And of my other favorates, Blanton's, Hirsch, KS, Weller Centenniel (sp?) and even Pappy 23yo, Stagg is clearly out in front to my palate.

  3. #23
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    Re: Favorite Pour ....

    I too definitely like to get limited/unique bottlings... But if they could somehow manage to keep putting out something that tastes like stagg as a regular production thing that you could always count on being on the shelves, it seems to me that it would definitely advance the whole bourbon industry... With stuff like Stagg on the shelves, everything else had better shape up in order to compete with it... I guess no matter what we can't go wrong... one way we will end up with a nice limited release bourbon that is (for me) one of the best, the other way we will be able to get more of it whenever we want
    -Chris

  4. #24
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    Re: Favorite Pour ....

    Has anyone seen Old Weller 19 yo disappear from their shelves yet?

  5. #25
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    Re: Favorite Pour ....

    Nope. Still a dozen bottles or so here in Lexington at the Liquor Barn.

  6. #26
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    Re: Favorite Pour ....

    I don't recall a lot but still some at liquor barn at Fern Valley in Lou.

  7. #27
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    Re: Favorite Pour ....

    Saw 8 bottles of it in a New Hampshire state liquor agent (across from the Pheasant Lane Mall in Nashua) for like $34. Seemed REALLY reasonable to me. I am still cursing that I didnt buy at least one (ore one of the Eagle Rare 17 at the same price!!)

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    TomC

  8. #28
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    Re: Favorite Pour ....

    Dang, that is a pretty nice price for them... Just do 10x as your penance.

  9. #29
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    Re: Favorite Pour ....






    errrrrr uhm now I really Want that drink!
    TomC

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    Re: Favorite Pour ....


 

 

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