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  1. #61
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    Re: What Bourbon did you pass up today? Fall '13

    Quote Originally Posted by Alphanumeric View Post
    High West 21 rye @ $115. Only thing I could recall about it was that thread about mixing it with Ritt.
    Huh?

    That's a great price. Just to be sure, most people consider that it's a good and unique offering.

    Cheers

  2. #62
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    Re: What Bourbon did you pass up today? Fall '13

    Several 2013 OFBB, already have a few.
    2011 Woodford Masters Collection Rye Set
    Parkers Heritage 2013 Release

  3. #63
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    What did you pass up today - Fall/Winter 2013

    Hope this isn't overstepping on my part, but it seemed time for a new thread.

    Thanks to knowing where to go at this point, and generally great local store selections, I pass up on a lot of stuff all the time. You also can't buy everything, right?

    OFBB 2013 - 44.95 pretax. Might go back for that.
    FRSMB2013 - 79.99. I already have 2 and I want others to have the pleasure.
    ER17 2012 - 299.99. I laughed and left.
    Unforgiven - Nuff said.
    Michters 10 - Multiple batches. 67.99. Never had it. Was intrigued, but that's a lot for something I'm not familiar with. A friend gave me a bottle that I need to crack soon. Might go back then.

  4. #64
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    Re: What did you pass up today - Fall/Winter 2013

    ECBP at $99.99, Really?

    Best regards, Tony

  5. #65
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    Re: What did you pass up today - Fall/Winter 2013

    Quote Originally Posted by Wryguy View Post
    Hope this isn't overstepping on my part, but it seemed time for a new thread.

    Thanks to knowing where to go at this point, and generally great local store selections, I pass up on a lot of stuff all the time. You also can't buy everything, right?

    OFBB 2013 - 44.95 pretax. Might go back for that.
    FRSMB2013 - 79.99. I already have 2 and I want others to have the pleasure.
    ER17 2012 - 299.99. I laughed and left.
    Unforgiven - Nuff said.
    Michters 10 - Multiple batches. 67.99. Never had it. Was intrigued, but that's a lot for something I'm not familiar with. A friend gave me a bottle that I need to crack soon. Might go back then.
    Where in New England are you Wryguy? I can never find any of the Four Roses stuff at any of my stores in my area, I might need to make a road trip.

  6. #66
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    Re: What did you pass up today - Fall/Winter 2013

    Quote Originally Posted by final442 View Post
    Where in New England are you Wryguy? I can never find any of the Four Roses stuff at any of my stores in my area, I might need to make a road trip.
    I left 1 bottle behind in the Hartford area. NY hasn't received it yet, but I'm sure there will be plenty of bottles floating around there in about a week and a half. Best of luck!

  7. #67
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    Re: What did you pass up today - Fall/Winter 2013

    Forgiven @ $49.99 but at least she had corrected the $104.95 price she on it two weeks ago.

    Also some 13th Colony Bourbon @ $22.99, she also had some other new NDP's but this morning I can't remember the names. It appears there are lot enterprising folks getting in on the Bourbon wave.

  8. #68
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    Re: What Bourbon did you pass up today? Fall '13

    Passed up some Stagg Jr as I am already sitting on a few and picked up a Old forester Birthday instead.

  9. #69
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    Re: What Bourbon did you pass up today? Fall '13

    knob Creek for $20.99. Visiting my daughter in the Lake Tahoe area this weekend. We had to stop at a grocery store for a few things so while the girls were picking up some food I checked out the liquor department. They were having a sale where you got 30% off if you bought 6 bottles of a given spirit, but unfortunately it was just the usual suspects. The KC was the best deal
    "Bottom line: sometimes things work out this way in life. It doesn't matter how well you've planned; you're just f**ked, and that's that" - The Boss

  10. #70
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    Re: What Bourbon did you pass up today? Fall '13

    I saw some FRSB 2013 LE @ $65. I thought about getting it, but got cold feet as I usually don't spend that much for one bottle. I read the posts about it in the premium / specialty forum. I wasn't convinced to get it, or not get it. What do you guys think?

 

 

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