Made a batch of equal 2oz parts of the following:
Binny's OBSO 10yr
Rutledge OESO 12yr 5mo
Rutledge OESK 11yr 11mo
P/C #1 OBSK 9yr 5mo
Proof came to 116.2...gonna let it blend for a bit and then see how the BP FRSmB comes out when equal parts are used.
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Plan on opening my first bottle of WPS and then go back to Larceny.
Tossed some Barton in my morning coffee which turned out to be an excellent move.
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Got my chores done, so relaxing in the garage with Mellow Corn over a coupla cubes. Dayum, my grass looks good!!!
"Every bottle is its own learning experience." -- Sensei Ox-sama
I cracked open a bottle of WT 80 proof with old brown label last night. This one is like the ones discussed in the following thread.
After reading the thread, I wasn't expecting much from it and made a small pour. I was actually pleasantly surprised at how well it drank. This bottle had an intact but crumbled cork. I could smell the content even before opening it. The corked fell apart when I opened it. Had to strain/filter and move the content into another bottle. I had another decent pour of this before moving on to a pour of BMH.
As I was just saying that the BMH has opened up after being opened a few months and tasting better, it was totally outclassed by the WT80 that I had before it. I actually couldn't finish this pour of BMH. I went back to another pour of the WT80 to finish the night. I obviously didn't have the WT80 in presence of others that are on my better list but it was surprising how well it showed against BMH!
Now you get into the MC thing, and I'm thinking " I have a couple family sized bottles in the bunker and I've kind of forgot about them this summer..for what ever reason. Dang that sounds good." So I pop a bottle, and all is good in this world and in Piqua.
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Lawn's mowed, hit the gym. It's EW 1783 time.
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