45 unique, 40 opened.
45 unique, 40 opened.
72 different bourbons, plus
42 are open
143 total bottles
I shouldn't have counted.....no more bourbon hunting for me!
Could you send me your list of 22 ryes? I want to know more about what is out there.
OK, here it is:
80 different bourbons (all opened!!!!)
and a BUNCH of other stuff equaling 242 bottles!!!
All opened and indulged in!!!
Except for some collectable JD bottles that I didn't count in the above figures...
Distillery releases (8):Could you send me your list of 22 ryes? I want to know more about what is out there
Old Potrero Single Malt Whiskey 2yr
Old Potrero Single Malt Straight Rye 3yr
Julian & Preston Van Winkle bottlings (5):
Van Winkle Family Reserve 13yr
Old Rip Van Winkle Old Tyme 12yr
Black Maple Hill 15yr Lawrenceburg
Hirsch Selection 13yr
Michters 10 yr Lawrenceburg
Even & Drew Kulsveen bottlings(5):
Michters 10yr Bardstown
Michters US1 Rye 3+yr
Black Maple Hill 18yr Bardstown
Classic Cask 15yr
Classic Cask 22yr
Old bottlings (4):
Pikesville Maryland Rye distilled in 1970's
Sherwood Maryland Rye distilled in 1950's
Mount Vernon Maryland Rye distilled in 1921
Old Overholt Pennsylvania Rye distilled in 1930's
28 bourbons (only 12 open right now )
4 ryes (1 open)
29 single malt scotches (6 open, I guess I have gotten more into bourbon of late)
1 rum (open and excellent)
4 brandies (open)
I guess I don't like to have too many bottles open at once and there are some bottles that seem to be worth more closed than open (like Hirsch 20 and W.L. Weller 19), but over time as bottles get finished I keep trying the new stuff.
Cool! Are the Older bottlings opened??? The Old Overholt 1930 would be a treat I would guess...
Thanks for the reply!
Only the Pikesville . I brought 2 bottles to the Sampler.Are the Older bottlings opened??? The Old Overholt 1930 would be a treat I would guess...
The Old Overholt is an uncut single barrel, 113proof, 6 1/2 yr old,
distilled and bottled at Broad Ford, Pa. It was bottled in
1940, so the distillation occured just after the end of
Prohibition. The contents remain sealed.
Wow, these are some huge numbers.
I finally got my Excel file done (since my memory faded and I started bringing home duplicates..."Oh, darn! Guess I'll open that one!")
I rolled in at 70 different whiskies including
I'm looking forward to adding to the rye count here soon as the new Saz should be out shortly (both the Antique and the younger version).
Damn guys, Makes my six bottles of half open bourbons look sick. I envy all of you. May I ask a dumb rookie question?
Where do you find old unopen bourbon? I know there isn't any around these parts.