Been reading SB posts for the past few years. Got into drinking great bourbon back in 2007 when you could still find EVERYTHING on the shelf. As we all know, those days are long gone. I enjoy sipping aged bourbons and now dusty hunting is a hobby when I have time. Currently sipping on a Weller Special Reserve 7 year 1995 Louisville bottling (assuming S-W juice) that is just awesome! Big on the history of bourbon. I look forward to throwing in my 2 cents. I won't try to use 27 descriptive words to describe a particular bourbon, but I know the difference between bad, good, better, and best. I can distinguish between wood, caramel, butterscotch, and floral notes.