Passed up innumerable sourced whiskeys today. It's difficult to keep track of what's what anymore.
Passed up a Hirsch 25 year rye ($219).
"This is the real article. It is double-rectified busthead from Madison County, aged in the keg. A little spoonful would do you a power of good."
-True Grit by Charles Portis
- Shelf full of AE Rye in Lexington, KY @$67
- 4R SB Barrel Strength @$54
- WR Double Oak Single Barrel @$59 (i actually like the DO product in the right mood...but not @ $59)
[QUOTE=Tucker;356887]Passed up innumerable sourced whiskeys today. It's difficult to keep track of what's what anymore. [\QUOTE]
That's why I stick to rye, Tucker. I really only have to keep track of 2 sources (Canada and Indiana) and I already know what they taste like without ever having to open the bottle.
Always do sober what you said you'd do drunk. That will teach you to keep your mouth shut.- Ernest Hemingway
Old and high priced only means it's old and high priced.
And if it's that good, being sourced, why did the distillery sell it in the first place instead of bottling it themselves.
I picture a meeting at the distillery where someone asks 'so what are we gonna do with these barrels of crappy old woody whisky'.