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    Virgin 7yr 101

    I live in Al and this product (Virgin 7yr 101) is available. My research tells me that it is a Heaven Hill product available in some regions. Imho, it is a fantastic value and basically equivalent to HH 6yr BIB. Am I missing anything? The regular HH BIB is not on our shelves. TIA, Bradley

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    Re: Virgin 7yr 101

    No, you're not missing anything, it's good stuff.

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    Re: Virgin 7yr 101

    Since I have no access to OGD BIB or VOB BIB, Virgin will have to do.

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    Re: Virgin 7yr 101

    I wonder how this compares to 7yo Old Ezra 101.

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    Re: Virgin 7yr 101

    How does the price compare to Ezra.

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    Re: Virgin 7yr 101

    It is ~$12 for 750ml bottle.

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    Re: Virgin 7yr 101

    7 yr, 101 proof from HH for $12 - that all sounds pretty good to me (although never heard of or tried before). Is this one of these with very narrow distribution?
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    Re: Virgin 7yr 101

    More like mystery distribution.

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    Re: Virgin 7yr 101

    Quote Originally Posted by darylld911 View Post
    7 yr, 101 proof from HH for $12 - that all sounds pretty good to me (although never heard of or tried before). Is this one of these with very narrow distribution?
    Alabama and Kansas, primarily, possibly also in North Carolina. One of the HH export brands. I'd bet Joe's got a bottle or three.

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    Re: Virgin 7yr 101

    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker View Post
    Alabama and Kansas, primarily, possibly also in North Carolina.

    I can confirm North Carolina. Bought a few from the ABC stores over the years.
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