Oh, I get it, a cupful of George's whisky tossed into a barrel of mine means I can put it in small bottles that sell for big prices.
When Dave was in town in April he dropped off a bunch of bottles as a gift, I guess we should try it out? I prefer my rye to see some oak but this wasn't always the case back then.
Bourbon only requires a glass.
I can appreciate the historical aspect,this product it may not suit my tastes but at least it is a genuine effort derived from the true roots of the spirit and distillery.
"To deny our own impulses is to deny the very thing that makes us human."
$70 is too much for a 1750mL, let alone a 375mL
Whiskey wasn't routinely aged until the middle to late 19th century.
Col. Charles K. "Crotchety" Cowdery
"Whiskey Don't Keep."
That being said -- I have tasted it. It is most certainly not for nothing that we age whiskey in barrels these days. If I recall it was very hot, very grassy and decidedly *not yummy*.