Then apparently Sazerac believed this would show better than a 90 proofer.
Or they just hadn't decided yet what proof they would be bottling it at.
Lower proof always means higher profit.
A few of questions I have:
Is this the tanked Saz18 @ a higher proof (same as current BTAC) or is it new rye that BT has been sitting on for the past 18yrs?
If the latter, is it just older BabySaz/THH or something else?
Finally, what I really want to know is if there are any plans to make this a real product offering?
¡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
I can't wait for the chill filtered 90 proof version of this!