In the summer, I like to take a bold bourbon and pour just a taste on a large ice cube. (I have the 2" x 2" square cubes.) Just swirl it a few times and drink it. Little melt, full taste. Repeat every few minutes. :-)
Tonight it's ECBP batch #3. This goes really well with this treatment. Cheers!
A man's got to know his limitations.
-Harry Callahan, Magnum Force
Working through some odds and ends...tonight a couple of pours of WR Double Oaked.
Finishing off the last of my Four Roses OESO (10yr, 8 months) from Hi-Time Wines. I'm getting heavy chocolate oranges and baking spices tonight, and not complaining at all.
Some Lot B and PVW 20. The PVW 20 is now gone, alas, but that's another thread. Retried the Lot B which I found bitter the other night. It still has bitterness on the finish. The 20 was still enjoyable, but it was so low it was on its way down as well. Let this be a lesson to you, boys and girls. FRIENDS DON"T LET FRIENDS KEEP LOW BOTTLES AROUND! DRINK THEM!
EWSB 04 barrel select. Yum.
Finishing the evening with a neat pour of a 2002 OFBB. Full of creamy caramel and butterscotch, tonight.
"Every bottle is its own learning experience." -- Sensei Ox-sama
Hi All, I am new to the forum! I have currently been enjoying Elmer T. Lee based on a recommendation. After the first taste, I had to pick up a few more bottles!