I've been enjoying my dessert (campfire marshmallow and 80% cocoa) after enjoying a T-bone over pecan coals under starlight-- complete with crescent moon and the comet astronomers have been chatting about. The glass of OWA 107 is good medicine for what might ail me; I was introduced to owa at a different campfire by an old horseman down in the Big Bend country of Texas this winter. I'm 64 years old and really just beginning to get serious about retirement and bourbon tasting. I have been a single malt and Irish whisky enthusiast, and back in the 60's it was tequila and sotol, a fiery spirit made only in the Mexican state of Chihuahua. That was a wild ride. Now, I want an old hoss that knows me and the country we're in, if you know what I'm getting at. I'm looking forward to tasting the many esteemed spirits discussed by the revered sages of the SB forum. It's good to be here.