"Every bottle is its own learning experience." -- Sensei Ox-sama
I think I'm going with some 4R and OWA tonight.
Relaxing with a nice pour of OGB BiB
Since I have a head-cold, I'm keeping it simple with this bland OGD114. Better this than waste my diminished tasting capacity on the the better bottles in my cabinet.
¡Geaux Tigers! - ¡Visca el Barça!
"As for the unimportance of age and as we already said here, we'll all start to believe them when they'll start to bottle old whisky without an age statement, not young whisky ;-).." -Serge Valentin
Bowman Single Barrel from TPS.
I'm drinking WT 101. Just cracked this bottle I didn't know I had. My friend gave this bottle when we were graduating from college in 1999. She "decorated" the bottle by cutting out words and phrases from magazines and laquored them on. It got tucked away at my parents house over the years and I assumed my dad drank it, I didn't even know it was still around. Well my folks found it and brought it to me recently. Pretty appropriate since I've developed this bourbon hobby over the last few months. It's just a plain old bottle of Turkey but it brings back so many memories. The girl who made it for me has had severe health problems over the past 3 years and it is a reminder to the past and present. Cheers.
Love Johnny Drum Private Stock. Great everyday pour. And I happen to like Pure Kentucky just because it's a freaky outlier. As for the rest, I take a big pass, outside of the dusty Vintage series and Willett single barrel bottlings, which I'm always up for.
Late ND era Old Taylor. I finally found some, and may I say, everyone was right. I was almost jumping for joy when I found it, and the proof is in the glass. Delicious!!!
Moved to rye whiskey tonight. First pour was the 2012 BTAC Sazerac, second pour was the BTAC Handy Very nice change of pace. Ive been focused on wheaters lately so these are a big change for me.
Enjoying them very much
Old Ezra 101 .