Last edited by jeffrey r; 03-15-2014 at 14:19.
I was at a warehouse type wine store and on the shelf they have Weller 12 for 20.99 and Weller Antique 107 for 26.99.
I always thought the 12 was more expensive than the 107.
Like you SN, I have always thought that OWA was, and should be, lower priced than the W12. But, maybe proof trumps age in their current pricing models.
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I've never tried GTS with any sort of soda. Maybe I'm missing out; but I'm OK with that.
I've typically seen OWA priced higher than W12 at list. However, seeing W12 priced way out of line is also typical.
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Went by Julio's at lunch. Pretty much all mid-shelf BT products are either sold out (BT, ETL, Loch & K(e)y OWA) or will be soon (ER10, Standard OWA). Upper and upper/mid shelf stock seems fine - plenty of Single Oak Project, CEHT standards, and Blanton's.