I'm drinking my own bourye mingling of RRSmB10/90 with WTR101 at about 2:1 bourbon to rye.
Finished off a bottle of HenryMcBIB, this bottle was just a little too gentle compared to previous purchases, then had pours of ECBP, 4RSB, 4RSmb and Weller12. to my suprise the Weller was the champ of the evening.
1B 4R. Whoever said spiced honey recently was on point. Killer pour for under $30.
Had a friend over last night to try a few things. Started with a 2013 Handy out at a restaurant. Then we came home and had Pappy 15, 4R 2013 SiBLE, ORVW 10, and finished the night off with ECBP batch #3. It was a fantastic night!
A 50/50 vatting of 2013 William Larue Weller and WL Weller Special Reserve. neat.
It comes in at 113.1 proof and it is very much greater than it's individual parts.
HHSS followed by W12. In hindsight the reverse order might have been the better call.
"Sip it and say there is no solace for the soul, no tonic for the body like old Bourbon whiskey"-Joshua Soule Smith
An old friend decided to stop by, in no particular order - WTAS, WSR Louisville, ORVW10, WL Weller Centennial, OGD UPC86259, Crown '70
"The Road goes on Forever and the Party never ends!"
- Robert Earl Keen
had to try it first thing back at the hotel. thanks to the screwcap I won'have to fear leakage due to air-transport next week... corked bottles will stay closed until back home