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Wow, 100 proof Taylor, don't see that often.
We're Bourbon Geeks, it's who we are, it's what we do.
^^^^^Dang!! michaelturtle again affirms he is King of the Dusties.
I'm starting tonight with some nas James Pepper 1776 straight bourbon. It's an NDP that I would not have purchased on my own, but it was a gift and remember squire saying something about enjoying the whiskey that someone else has paid for, so I'm enjoying this one. It sells for something in the mid $20's so it's a good value. When I first nosed it, I thought it was a trick and that this was a rye. I see that it's 38% rye so hey, I'm starting to notice things.....
Popped open my first bottle of Booker's 25th tonight. Sipping on the first small pour right now. So far really flavorful but a bit hot. I really like the flavors.
I guess I'll be the early bird today lol. Took the day off for opening day to watch my Tigers. Starting off with ER10, moving on to WLW 2012.
Let's PLAY BALL!!
Go Cards! Nice to win on opening day. For post game, decided to have a pour of Larceny, because they stole that game from the Reds. This pour is very tasty and different from my recollection, being much more sweet and spicy than I recalled. Almost like someone dropped a cinnamon stick in the bottle.
Old Fitz BIB. I really like the stuff for some reason. I enjoyed one more, once more with a few Old Fashioneds last evening while spending some time with my lovely wife. She likes a wheater Old Fashioned too.
WL Weller Centennial, neat.
It seems to make this Monday better.
Side-by-side of the 18/19 year Abraham Bowmans distilled on 1/18/93