Grabbed a Stagg Jr on Friday. Prefer ECBP by a long shot but still good.
Being well stocked in the mid-upper shelf area, I went with two under $20 bottles yesterday, FC 103 and Old Fitz 1849.
"Every bottle is its own learning experience." -- Sensei Ox-sama
Joe, haven't cracked it open yet, but I think it will be next up when I finish another bottle. My shelf is literally full. Both the Old Fitz 1849 and the FC 103 are my first bottles of each, so looking forward to trying them. At $16 for the Old Fitz, it was minimal risk.
Final haul from the road trip to Nashville and back. The Brenne is a French Single Malt finished in Cogniac barrels. Yummy stuff.
Left 4 more of the 4R on the shelf in Central KY and managed a taste of the EC21 before buying (way smoother than i expected, as i've not had higher aged product like this before). Also tried some HW21, hell of a kick, but i'm not enough a cowboy to have jumped at it.
Picked up another bottle of Birthday bourbon. Once I got it home realized it had a red ribbon, ended up being the 2012 bottle.
Henry McKenna 10yr Single Barrel BIB for $29.99. I've had plenty of HH but never saw the McKenna on the shelf. Looking forward to opening it.
"Sat down to my supper twas a bottle of red whiskey" -Dire Wolf
Picked up another 12yo Weller but passed on the OFBB.