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  1. #851
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    Re: What bourbon are you drinking today? Autumn '12

    Yesterday was our office holiday party, and on the bar's list of free drinks was "Evan Williams 10 year". Worded a little funny, but they must mean the single barrel. Wrong. He grabbed a bottle of EWB and gave me maybe a one once pour. Thanks pal. Made up for it at home with a FR OESO from Binny's.

  2. #852
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    Re: What bourbon are you drinking today? Autumn '12

    Jim Beam Black. Better than I remember...

  3. #853
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    Re: What bourbon are you drinking today? Autumn '12

    Still trying to get the proportions right, but I think I'm on to something: A vatting of OGD 114 and Willet 4 yr 110 pr Rye (LDI). The "burnt corner of the brownie pan" notes of the 114 meld wonderfully with the mintiness of the LDI Rye. Rich chocolate up front, with the cooling mint (refreshing really), finishing up. Gorgeous combo to my tastes. 1:1 doesn't work (too much mint). 3:1 OGD to Rye is somewhat too much on the bourbon side. The sweet spot is somewhere in between, but I'm figuring more to the 114 side. I look forward to finding it.
    JOE

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    "Every bottle is its own learning experience." -- Sensei Ox-sama

  4. #854
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    Re: What bourbon are you drinking today? Autumn '12

    That sounds like a helluva mix. Nice.

    Little PHC Cognac for me.

  5. #855

    Re: What bourbon are you drinking today? Autumn '12

    ETL. The nose has seem to change to more cherries than the floral scent I was getting when I first opened.

  6. #856
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    Re: What bourbon are you drinking today? Autumn '12

    A trifecta from my package from TPS:
    4R LE SmB
    4R 1B OESQ
    AAA 10yr

    Loved them all.

  7. #857
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    Re: What bourbon are you drinking today? Autumn '12

    Little wheated vertical of WLW '10-12,the '10 is definitely the stand out of the group.Bolder,deeper and more elegant than both by a long shot. IMHO
    "To deny our own impulses is to deny the very thing that makes us human."
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  8. #858
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    Re: What bourbon are you drinking today? Autumn '12

    PHC 6th
    TPS wheat on rye II
    Larceny

  9. #859
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    Re: What bourbon are you drinking today? Autumn '12

    Old Grand Dad BIB

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    What bourbon are you drinking today? Autumn '12

    Quote Originally Posted by Tico View Post
    PHC 6th
    TPS wheat on rye II
    Larceny
    Dump some Rittenhouse in that Larceny and let us know how it compares to the other two!

 

 

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