I did a search on this and it was very dated. The reason for this is I had a friend who was a scotch drinker and wanted to be introduced to bourbons.
I put our 5 unmarked Glencairn glasses and picked 5 different samples to try. The first isn't a bourbon, 77 Whiskey NY wheat, followed by
Elmer T. Lee, Jefferson Presidnetial 18 year, Old Weller Antique and finally Bulleit 10 year.
He loved the nose and flavor of the Jefferson Presidnetial 18 year and rated it #1. He asked where he could buy it. I explained it was not availble (to my
knowledge and it was pricey, around $80 when I purchased it.
Anyway, he said he didn't want anymore expensive bourbons, he couldn't buy. Under $50 was his price range.
So we went to a local store to check prices and recommended these:
Blanton's, Bookers, Knob Creek (both), Angels envy. He already had a Buffalo Trace and Evans Black.
Anthing to add to this discussion?
Thanks and Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all