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  1. #31
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    Re: Honolulu Bourbon News

    Quote Originally Posted by MauiSon View Post
    Whoa! PHC POH has arrived! Weller SR and OWA are here! Some EHT offerings, too. Prices aren't great, but I took home an OWA for $25 [and that's okay].
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  2. #32
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    Re: Honolulu Bourbon News

    Nice. What were the prices on those?
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  3. #33
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    Re: Honolulu Bourbon News

    POH - $111, WSR - a dollar less than OWA, EHT SmB ~ $50.

    Oh, and I saw the 2004 EWSB (Barrel #1XX) - this is early for Honolulu.
    Last edited by MauiSon; 01-25-2014 at 19:52.

  4. #34
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    Re: Honolulu Bourbon News

    The POH may be a little high but they all seem to be on par for Hawaii.
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    Re: Honolulu Bourbon News

    Quote Originally Posted by MauiSon View Post
    POH - $111, WSR - a dollar less than OWA, EHT SmB ~ $50.

    Oh, and I saw the 2004 EWSB (Barrel #1XX) - this is early for Honolulu.
    Well, at least you got to try a bottle of POH first at a bit of a savings!

    That yella whiskey runnin' down my throat like honey dew vine water and I took another slash…

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    Re: Honolulu Bourbon News

    Discovered at the Hilo AAFES (Army and Air Force Exchange System) store just before Christmas: Buffalo Trace at $27.50 per 750. And no tax. Bought four. . . . Also, Kadota Liquors in Hilo has Eagle Rare 10 and Four Roses yellow and small batch. Things are looking up!

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    Re: Honolulu Bourbon News

    Quote Originally Posted by marco246 View Post
    Discovered at the Hilo AAFES (Army and Air Force Exchange System) store just before Christmas: Buffalo Trace at $27.50 per 750. And no tax. Bought four. . . . Also, Kadota Liquors in Hilo has Eagle Rare 10 and Four Roses yellow and small batch. Things are looking up!
    Can't argue with that price.
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    Re: Honolulu Bourbon News

    Quote Originally Posted by marco246 View Post
    Discovered at the Hilo AAFES (Army and Air Force Exchange System) store just before Christmas: Buffalo Trace at $27.50 per 750. And no tax. Bought four. . . . Also, Kadota Liquors in Hilo has Eagle Rare 10 and Four Roses yellow and small batch. Things are looking up!
    Yeah, I wandered thru Base Exchange at the Mall at Pearl when I was there last month. Pretty decent size and decent selection of things but nothing particularly exotic. And of course every flavor of the rainbow in vodka like most stores.
    That yella whiskey runnin' down my throat like honey dew vine water and I took another slash…

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    Re: Honolulu Bourbon News

    I visited the Pearl Harbor Navy Exchange about six months ago and looked for--and did not find--any Sazerac stuff. I have a feeling that if I had instead visited the Fort Shafter or Schofield Barracks AAFES, I might have found some, inasmuch as the Hilo AAFES is just a satellite off the bigger Army and Air Force stores on Oahu. Years ago, the Army and Air Force consolidated their exchanges for greater efficiency. The Navy opted out and kept its own system, which means differing inventories of everything from refrigerators to booze.

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    Re: Honolulu Bourbon News

    Unfortunately Mark you would be wrong. I have swung through there with my parents and they only seem to have the standard supermarket type selection. The only thing that stood out was a private selection JDSB. Been a few months though so maybe they got some new stuff.
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