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    Van winkle 10 year 107 vs lot b

    van winkle 107 ten year for 38.99 or the lot b for 55 or so (can't remember the exact price). Which would you put your hard earned dollars toward?

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    Re: Van winkle 10 year 107 vs lot b

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    Re: Van winkle 10 year 107 vs lot b

    Quote Originally Posted by clingman71 View Post
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    ^What he said...

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    Re: Van winkle 10 year 107 vs lot b

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    Yep. Me too. And I did.
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    Re: Van winkle 10 year 107 vs lot b

    You guys don't think $55 is too much for Lot B?

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    Re: Van winkle 10 year 107 vs lot b

    Quote Originally Posted by bad_scientist View Post
    You guys don't think $55 is too much for Lot B?
    I've paid 49 plus tax without hesitation for Lot B.

    If you're concerned that the price is too high then take a pass.
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    I grossed over eight thousand dollars in one night. Time of your life, huh kid?

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    Re: Van winkle 10 year 107 vs lot b

    10/107. I'm not a fan of recent 'plan B'.
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    Re: Van winkle 10 year 107 vs lot b

    Quote Originally Posted by bad_scientist View Post
    You guys don't think $55 is too much for Lot B?
    It was $65 in Atlanta last Spring....didn't even look for it in the Fall release.
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    Re: Van winkle 10 year 107 vs lot b

    Quote Originally Posted by bad_scientist View Post
    You guys don't think $55 is too much for Lot B?
    I think that's a very reasonable price in terms of what it typically sells for, but I'd pass at that since I'm not a big Lot B fan. Get it if you haven't tried it before though. I'd definitely grab the 10/107.

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    Re: Van winkle 10 year 107 vs lot b

    Quote Originally Posted by callmeox View Post
    I've paid 49 plus tax without hesitation for Lot B.

    If you're concerned that the price is too high then take a pass.
    It's around here for $50, and I did indeed pass. I don't notice that much of a difference between the 10 and 12 year.

 

 

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