Has there been discussion on what next month's bourbon of the month should be?

If it isn't decided, I nominate an old friend of mine, Old Forester. I think it can be found across the country without problem, isn't overly expensive, and has a rich, long tradition.

In addition to its great flavor and quality, there are several other interesting aspects to this bourbon. Some people, myself included, have nursed theories that Forester may have suffered during the teething period of Woodford. There have recently been a couple of side references to it having become a little sweeter in the last couple of years, so checking in to current bottlings would be timely. It's high rye content, availability (in some parts) as a 100 proof, and comparisons to Birthday Bourbon could also be themes that carry conversation through the month.

Roger