We all offer opinions here and some more strongly than others.
Let's just understand that and move along.
My name is Joel Goodson. I deal in human fulfillment.
I grossed over eight thousand dollars in one night. Time of your life, huh kid?
But hey, maybe BT is still adding just a touch of pixie dust to the Pappy 15 mix. Believe it if you want.
And let me add there's nothing wrong with BT Wheated Bourbon, IMHO.
So, uh... did anyone else read the title of this thread and say it out loud in a Jerry Seinfeld voice?
And to contribute, I used to buy as much Lot B as I could find, but local stores have priced it beyond sanity. When an $65-80 bottle of Lot B is sitting near a $27 bottle of Weller 12 or a $22 bottle of Weller Antique, it's not hard to pass up. I always found lots of sweet, cherry flavors in Lot B that I don't get in most Weller bottlings (although the recent Party Source Weller Antique had plenty of it). It's a shame because I'd pay up to $45 or so for Lot B. Once it creeps towards twice the price of Weller 12, though, I'm no longer interested.
Ï do like Lot B a lot and its not that hard to find on the shelves here in DK. At least it was, I bought a couple so it is getting more scarce
here are de danish importers description (my translation) : A tremendous bourbon with a high rye content. There is absolutely no doubt about that"
I tried to email them and saying it was a misdescription, but they didnt answer me. Well, the danish importer always appeared very arrogant to me, both in online behaviour on forums, on fairs and tastings so no surprise there. I remember (politely actually) pointing out on a fair that Templeton Rye was not made in Iowa (as their guy on the stand kept saying). I got an answer in the catagory "Shut up, you dont have a clue"
Regrettably mac, there are those who don't want to be bothered with the facts.