Hey guys - I have been a bourbon man for most of my life, and have quite a few under my belt , I am always looking for the One. Every Friday a couple of us get together for some searching of new ,and some past bourbons. A few weeks back we were contemplating the universe with some good pours, and it hit me.. I have this collection of old mini's and said hey I wonder what these would taste like? So I decided to pop one, my first choice .. old fitz bib from the SW distillery '69 '70 ish. Upon the pour and our first nose of it we both looked at each other and said Wow ,after holding back for a few minutes to let it breath after it's long hibernation we took a sip, and again we both were blown away.. I had found the ONE. We cherished that stuff for the rest of the evening. So that changed my course and am now on the hunt for the old stuff or dusty's. My next score was ET Kentucky straight bourbon 1969 ish 6 quart bottles all nice and full .. great stuff! 1 of which is almost gone already. Which brings me to my latest find,although not in my hands as of yet.. a quart of old fitz again but this is the sour mash version by SW pre 1964! It has some evap loss, and it wasn't cheap ($50). But I'm going for it anyway, if it is anything like the previous one I had, I hit the jackpot.Just wondering if anyone out there has had the opportunity to sample these 2 versions from that same era,and how they compare to each other.