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  1. #21
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    Re: Er10 & bt

    I'm in the BT camp too. I'm trying to finish off an ER10 as I type. Glad it's a 375 :-)

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    Re: Er10 & bt

    I am actually the opposite I can't finish my bottle of BT but my ER10s don't last long opened
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    Re: Er10 & bt

    I love them both. I guess I'm weird.

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    Re: Er10 & bt

    When the prices converge give or take a dollar, ER10 is always the first pick for me. BT is much more balanced though making it good for any occasion...I don't drink ER10 as often but it goes quick when I do! You really can't go wrong.

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    Re: Er10 & bt

    Quote Originally Posted by zillah View Post
    When the prices converge give or take a dollar, ER10 is always the first pick for me. BT is much more balanced though making it good for any occasion...I don't drink ER10 as often but it goes quick when I do! You really can't go wrong.
    I'm the same as this. In my local stores, BT is 23.99 and ER10 is 24.99. To my palate, I taste ER10 as a slightly more aged, slightly more woody, slightly more complex BT. For me, at a dollar difference, Its an easy decision to go with ER10. I always have 2 to 4 bottles of it on hand.

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    Re: Er10 & bt

    At those prices get both. You still paid less than for one NDP or micro and you've got the start of a neat blind tasting.
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    Re: Er10 & bt

    Quote Originally Posted by dcbt View Post
    I love them both. I guess I'm weird.
    No I'm the weird one. I tired BT a couple of times and ER10 just once. Just don't care for them even a little bit, had to force myself to dispose of them by mixing, and that puts me in the minority.

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    Re: Er10 & bt

    Not really, the last couple of bottles of ER 10 to me were a bit hot, woody and not completely in balance.
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    Re: Er10 & bt

    Quote Originally Posted by squire View Post
    Not really, the last couple of bottles of ER 10 to me were a bit hot, woody and not completely in balance.
    I've felt the same of my bottles of BT over the last year or so. Seem to have lost the vanilla sweetness I vividly remember in the entry... left with just the woody and grassy/earthy flavors.

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    Re: Er10 & bt

    I have had two bottles of ER10 so far,still not real happy with it.

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    Last edited by Thig; 04-24-2014 at 15:55.

 

 

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