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  1. #1
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    what do you want to try next?

    Curious what you want to try next and why?

  2. #2
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    PVWFR 23 yr. I've never been able to find it in locally...
    Mad Mac
    "If you want to sing out, sing out!"

  3. #3
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    Arrow

    I don't even believe it myself.....but, I still have not broken open even 1 bottle of Stagg.

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    Wild Turkey 12-year old, for me.

    Prior to that, my "holy grail" bourbon was Rock Hill Farms. I finally obtained a bottle on my trip to Kentucky, last July. It did not disappoint me.

    Tim
    Self-Styled Whisky Connoisseur

  5. #5
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    Next bottle on my list is Rock Hill Farms. It seems to be pretty well liked and have some pretty good reports, so thats what I am shooting for.
    If Stagg were available in WA State that would be #1 on my list to try, for the same reason, people here seem to have a lot of good things to say about it.
    I have only tried about 16 bourbons so far and have enjoyed them all to one degree or another. I have 26 bottles (only 6 open) and am going to work through them nice and slow. As money becomes available, I will pick up bottles, mostly due to what I have read here. Just kind of gives me focus on my shopping. My wish list is all bottles I have read about here, the sad part is half of them are not available in WA State. Looks like I have some mail order in my future, but I have enough to try locally I am in no hurry for that yet.
    Whats on your wish list fogfrog?
    Todd

  6. #6
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    Quote Originally Posted by ratcheer
    Wild Turkey 12-year old, for me.

    Prior to that, my "holy grail" bourbon was Rock Hill Farms. I finally obtained a bottle on my trip to Kentucky, last July. It did not disappoint me.

    Tim
    That is the one that I desire myself, WT 12 year that is, probably going to have to trade a bottle of Tribute to get some just so I know. But then again, maybe should OPEN a Tribute and then I may realize that there is not point to getting the 12 when I can get the 15 year Tribute while I can find it and always pick up the 12yr exports later sometime.

    And Wayne, you have not lived until you've had Stagg. Drinking that now after ORVW15, and tonite, tonite I say , the GTS tastes better to me. You'd Never know it was 140+proof, this is truly an unbelievable pour!!
    C

    "everybody defamates from miles away
    but face to face
    they haven't got a thing to say"

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    My next want is EWSB 96 mostly to keep the string alive, but also because I have really enjoyed the progression from year to year. Haven't seen any here yet but it's just a matter of time.
    Dane
    I don't drink to excess. But I'll drink to most anything else.

  8. #8
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    Well, I have to give the same answer as I probably did some 5 years ago : Very Old Barton.

    Somehow, elusive seems like an understatement to describe the nature of this Bourbon. Sigh!

    I will not give up, though.
    Delighted to see you if you can find me!

  9. #9
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    Still hoping to get:

    any VW rye
    Saz 6 yr.
    Rittenhouse Rye
    Elmer T. Lee
    Buffalo Trace
    AAA
    OCPR

    All because they are well regarded here and not available to me locally.

    Of what I can do, probably should proceed with my historical/vertical OC tasting. Should do a vertical OGD too; would love to do historical on that as well, but now we're back to what I can't get.

    Bob

  10. #10
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    I've been staring at an unopened bottle of Sazerac 18 in my cabinet....

 

 

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