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  1. #111
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    Re: DSP 354 vs DSP 1 Rittenhouse - How's the new stuff?

    I recently did a SBS of them both. My preference is 354 by a wide margin. The 354 has a much deeper and richer flavor profile, which matches a sample I had at a bar some time back.

    Sucks to know that its now a finite supply.
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    Re: DSP 354 vs DSP 1 Rittenhouse - How's the new stuff?

    Quote Originally Posted by s8ist View Post
    I recently did a SBS of them both. My preference is 354 by a wide margin. The 354 has a much deeper and richer flavor profile, which matches a sample I had at a bar some time back.

    Sucks to know that its now a finite supply.
    They'll be pulling 354's off the shelf for years to come. No worry's
    "On a long enough timeline, the survival rate for everyone drops to zero"
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    Re: DSP 354 vs DSP 1 Rittenhouse - How's the new stuff?

    The DSP 1 is in Indiana. I didn't do a side by side, but really enjoy both. I was not disappointed by the DSP 1. It reminded me in some ways of the older WT 101 rye. It's not exactly the same as the DSP 354, but I feel the quality is equal.

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    Re: DSP 354 vs DSP 1 Rittenhouse - How's the new stuff?

    Quote Originally Posted by PaulO View Post
    The DSP 1 is in Indiana. I didn't do a side by side, but really enjoy both. I was not disappointed by the DSP 1. It reminded me in some ways of the older WT 101 rye. It's not exactly the same as the DSP 354, but I feel the quality is equal.
    DSP-KY-1 is in Kentucky. It's new bernheim.
    "On a long enough timeline, the survival rate for everyone drops to zero"
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    Re: DSP 354 vs DSP 1 Rittenhouse - How's the new stuff?

    I think he meant the DSP-1 is now available in stores in Indiana.
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    I hate scotch.

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    Re: DSP 354 vs DSP 1 Rittenhouse - How's the new stuff?

    Quote Originally Posted by TheNovaMan View Post
    I think he meant the DSP-1 is now available in stores in Indiana.
    Oops. Carry on. Apparently my reading comprehension is not as good as my bourbon drinking. Ty
    "On a long enough timeline, the survival rate for everyone drops to zero"
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    Re: DSP 354 vs DSP 1 Rittenhouse - How's the new stuff?

    Yeah, the DSP 1 product was found by me in Indiana last week. It tastes less like a high rye bourbon, and more like straight rye whiskey (as others have said).

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    Re: DSP 354 vs DSP 1 Rittenhouse - How's the new stuff?

    DSP-1 juice just hit Montgomery County and I picked up a bottle and put it up against DSP-354. I agree with many who have said the quality of these two are equal....but I preferred the new stuff. Much less "bourbony", even though I have enjoyed the old stuff too for years.

 

 

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