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Thread: last bottle..

  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by mred
    ...Tim where abouts do you live in Ten??
    Middle, south of Nashville.
    Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by mred
    kinda don't want to open it for the fact that i probably won't find it again..
    It's not a piece of art, it's BOOZE!...open it!!!...lol

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    I gotta disagree with you there, it is a piece of art.

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    Re: last bottle..

    Open it and enjoy it.

    Its not an expensive bottle and I'm sure that it won't be the last you'll see. Worst case you'll pay a bit more than you paid for this one, but I don't see this bottle ebaying for more than $50 for quite some time.

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    Re: last bottle..

    WTRR101 is my favorite bourbon, so I keep an out for the stray bottle. In fact, I found one today, while cruising the White Horse Pike on Thanksgiving morning - a nice surprise on Turkey Day!

    By all means drink it - it's the quintessential bourbon, for my money.

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    Re: last bottle..

    There's a bunch of bottles of RR in both the old bottles and new bottles at my local liquor store. All are $28.99. Never tried it...is it good? What's the difference between the two?

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    Re: last bottle..

    Quote Originally Posted by Big Chipper View Post
    There's a bunch of bottles of RR in both the old bottles and new bottles at my local liquor store. All are $28.99. Never tried it...is it good? What's the difference between the two?
    The 101 proof bottling in the turkey-etched bottle is the original version. The bottling in the short-necked, squatter bottle is 90 proof, and some here consider it an abomination perpetrated by the 'suits'. It is, nonetheless, the one that's going to last on the shelf longer. Buy the other one.
    Tim

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    Re: last bottle..

    Anything rare or hard to get hold of is reserved for my "special occasion" drink.

    Open it when you think the time is right. It's good stuff I assure you!
    Philip

    I guess good whiskey really does tickle my pickle!

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    Re: last bottle..

    thanks.. i almost opened it the other day, i was havin one of those days... but instead went to my old friend Mr Grand Dad 114.. he made me feel lots better..

 

 

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