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  1. #11
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    Re: rittenhouse sb in regular bottle w green lettering?

    I'll take one of every color! Excuse me? does the bottle come in cornflower blue? excuse me? hello?

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    Re: rittenhouse sb in regular bottle w green lettering?

    Quote Originally Posted by callmeox View Post
    You're really considering dropping 42 bucks plus shipping for a 700 of Ritt BiB? Even with free shipping that's outrageous.
    Yeah, I think it would only be a worthwhile option for someone traveling in the UK. The regular rittenhouse on the website was 26 or 27 (pounds).

    But then, it is a single barrel, so you never know- it might knock your socks off.

    Maybe Hansell or Cowdery can secure a bottle on the expense account and let us know what they think of it.
    Last edited by trumpstylz; 02-03-2012 at 08:34.

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    Re: rittenhouse sb in regular bottle w green lettering?

    Or one of you limeys.

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    Re: rittenhouse sb in regular bottle w green lettering?

    Quote Originally Posted by trumpstylz View Post
    Or one of you limeys.
    I've been told before so I won't do it again

    (not my auction)
    Last edited by Virus_Of_Life; 02-03-2012 at 22:45. Reason: DON'T POST EBAY LINKS OR AUCTION NUMBERS!
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    It won't be any cheaper than it is today.
    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan
    Someone will pay it. Someone always pays it.

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    Re: rittenhouse sb in regular bottle w green lettering?

    Quote Originally Posted by silverfish View Post
    (not my auction)
    I'm new so I didn't know any better
    Last edited by Virus_Of_Life; 02-03-2012 at 22:44. Reason: DON'T QUOTE EBAY LINKS OR AUCTION NUMBERS!

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    Re: rittenhouse sb in regular bottle w green lettering?

    >I've had the pleasure of trying several og TWE's own bottlings and I have to say that on average you won't really find better whisk(e)y out there. Some of their prior bottlings have allready reached legendary status. It's very interesting to see if they can continue their quality level with rye bottlings!

    31 is extremely cheap, it's like getting a bottle for free :-)

    Steffen
    Last edited by macdeffe; 02-03-2012 at 23:32.

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    Re: rittenhouse sb in regular bottle w green lettering?

    Just got this in the house

    It has a banana nose and flavour, is very laid back (not hot) and very drinkable

    Steffen

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    Re: rittenhouse sb in regular bottle w green lettering?

    Quote Originally Posted by macdeffe View Post
    Just got this in the house

    It has a banana nose and flavour, is very laid back (not hot) and very drinkable

    Steffen
    Have you had the regular BIB Rittenhouse? If so, how does it compare? I love Rittenhouse for the price (I've seen it as low as $13.99), but can't imagine it being worth the price including shipping.
    Love bourbon? Post your reviews at bourbon.cc.

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    Re: rittenhouse sb in regular bottle w green lettering?

    I am not sure I tried to BiB Rittenhouse so can't really compare

    Steffen

 

 

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