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I'm sure the ladies appreciated your fine sensibilities.
Wondering if the Old Tub avatar refers to a bourbon or female conquest...
"Every bottle is its own learning experience." -- Sensei Ox-sama
All the guy asked was why we don't discuss willet potstill and I think we have our answer now.
Just trying to add some fun to an otherwise tireless conversation boys. I'll never buy another bottle of WPS, but there is some damn fine bourbon that comes out of Willett. You can chose to accept it for what it is, and enjoy great bourbon in the process. Or you can bitch and moan and pull out all of the excuses not to. Hey... There's plenty of Jim Beam on the shelf last time I looked.
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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?
Okay I will answer the actual question and it deserves of course a straight response. (At the same time, thread drift is inevitable because one thing leads to another and it would be wrong IMO to foreclose discussion because someone sees a different aspect to the question, relevant to him, that the first poster didn't think of perhaps).
I drank it at a barbeque party, it was a lunch at that BBQ shack outside of Bardstown, not too far from Cliff's place I believe. I think Chuck had organised it and a pleasant interlude it was.
I thought the whiskey was very ordinary, and never had it again.
I have never had any, on account of the price, I am a thrifty Scot to the core. But give KBD some time and I think we will see some fine stuff out of there better than what they bring in to bottle.