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  1. #191
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    Re: What Wee Dram Are You Enjoying Now - Fall 2013/Winter 2014

    Because I wanted to but didn't get around to it last night, RBCS v PJL...

    They're really both exceptional pours, but the PJL takes it all day. Can't even imagine would this would be like at RBCS proof. Even at 46% it's a much richer pour than the RB. Just tremendous stuff.

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    Re: What Wee Dram Are You Enjoying Now - Fall 2013/Winter 2014

    Ardbeg Corryvreckan

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    Re: What Wee Dram Are You Enjoying Now - Fall 2013/Winter 2014

    Quote Originally Posted by MyOldKyDram View Post
    Because I wanted to but didn't get around to it last night, RBCS v PJL...

    They're really both exceptional pours, but the PJL takes it all day. Can't even imagine would this would be like at RBCS proof. Even at 46% it's a much richer pour than the RB. Just tremendous stuff.
    Ok so I bunkered two RBCS that I found (mis?)priced at $65. Are there different versions of the PJL and what is MSRP? I saw one for about $67. Your review is making me consider adding this to the cabinet. And let me note that I am only adding a couple of non bourbons/ryes from the Irish aisle if they are exemplary. And for the sake of my marriage/wallet/sanity I'm sure as hell not going into the Scotch aisle
    "Sip it and say there is no solace for the soul, no tonic for the body like old Bourbon whiskey"-Joshua Soule Smith

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    Re: What Wee Dram Are You Enjoying Now - Fall 2013/Winter 2014

    No just the one version of John's Lane,burgundy box 12yr age stated 46% and stamped with Jim Murrays Whiskey Bible seal of approval.Eric,pick one up it is the ultimate bourbon drinkers Irish truly great, I seem to have Sean hooked!
    "To deny our own impulses is to deny the very thing that makes us human."
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    Re: What Wee Dram Are You Enjoying Now - Fall 2013/Winter 2014

    Quote Originally Posted by WAINWRIGHT View Post
    No just the one version of John's Lane,burgundy box 12yr age stated 46% and stamped with Jim Murrays Whiskey Bible seal of approval.Eric,pick one up it is the ultimate bourbon drinkers Irish truly great, I seem to have Sean hooked!
    Thanks Ryan. Believe you guys have me persuaded. Was the price I mentioned reasonable?
    "Sip it and say there is no solace for the soul, no tonic for the body like old Bourbon whiskey"-Joshua Soule Smith

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    Re: What Wee Dram Are You Enjoying Now - Fall 2013/Winter 2014

    Quote Originally Posted by Old Dusty View Post
    Thanks Ryan. Believe you guys have me persuaded. Was the price I mentioned reasonable?
    Seems alright usually I see it between $60-75 so that pretty much splits the difference.
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    Re: What Wee Dram Are You Enjoying Now - Fall 2013/Winter 2014

    Quote Originally Posted by WAINWRIGHT View Post
    Seems alright usually I see it between $60-75 so that pretty much splits the difference.
    10-4 and thanks for the info.
    "Sip it and say there is no solace for the soul, no tonic for the body like old Bourbon whiskey"-Joshua Soule Smith

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    Re: What Wee Dram Are You Enjoying Now - Fall 2013/Winter 2014

    Quote Originally Posted by Old Dusty View Post
    Ok so I bunkered two RBCS that I found (mis?)priced at $65. Are there different versions of the PJL and what is MSRP? I saw one for about $67. Your review is making me consider adding this to the cabinet. And let me note that I am only adding a couple of non bourbons/ryes from the Irish aisle if they are exemplary. And for the sake of my marriage/wallet/sanity I'm sure as hell not going into the Scotch aisle
    Yes yes yes. Buy the PJL. one of the bottles I had went down faster than any bourbon. So hard to stay out of it.

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    Re: What Wee Dram Are You Enjoying Now - Fall 2013/Winter 2014

    As a pre-game warmup for tonight's SB festivities, I'm sipping on some Longmorn (IB: Van Wees) 57.8% from a generous SBr.
    ¡Geaux Tigers! - ¡Visca el Barça!

    "Really though, my hands are sore. The tool was doing it's thing with a flex hose." -Barrel_Proof

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    Re: What Wee Dram Are You Enjoying Now - Fall 2013/Winter 2014

    Some SBers cobbled together some bottles. I had some Port Ellen 9th, Ardbeg Feis Ile, Rosebank 21, Tun 1401/3.

 

 

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