Again I ask the board to consider the merits of intelligent blending of straight whiskeys. Currently I am enjoying a blend of Heaven Hill BIB, Corner's Creek (likely HH but with that odd wheat/rye small grains component) and the aforemenioned Maker's Mark. It is a good rich blend (each about 1/3rd). However I am thinking of adding one more Bourbon, maybe Blanton's. I want to dampen down more the signature HH "camphor" taste (which is in the Corner's Creek too) but leave enough in to give complexity. I'd consider adding Old Grandad BIB with its big rich clean taste. But it is not sold north of the Great Lakes..