Charles Miller of the Louisville zoo purchased the barrel from BT. He was involved with numerous charities involving animals and used these bottles as fundraisers to support the groups he was involved with. It was distilled on the 2nd to last day of operations 6/29/92 and was bottled at 14 years in 2006 at 90pf.
It's been hard to find in Chicago lately. Almost all the Binny's locations are out, and a couple employees told me they don't expect to get it in again for a while.
If I do run across any, i may be lucky to get it back anyway, the misses is starting to make "the face" when she takes a gander at the bunker. I think we all know what that face is.
"Life is life and fun is fun, but it's all so quiet when the goldfish die."
Just emptied the last of my 200ml of Old Forester BIB DSP-414. I really need to go make an offer on the cache I found. I need to empty my cache of DSP-414 OF 86 too.
Out tonight went a bottle of Jim Beam White I purchased just for comparison tasting purposes. This opens a sloy for something new as it will *not* be restocked in my cabinet.
My last AAA 10yo just passed away minutes ago...a prize from my last foray into the Bluegrass State in '09
Anybody tried the TPS private bottle of same? I am considering immediate replacement and rebirth.
bibamus, moriendum est