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  1. #61
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    Re: What's in your bunker?

    Quote Originally Posted by ggilbertva View Post
    Oh, I have every intention of drinking every bit of my bunker. For instance, my current bottle of Lot B was a bunker bottle, now it's an open bottle. My bunker is in constant rotation.....one bottle in, one bottle out....maybe two out.
    What he said...

  2. #62
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    Re: What's in your bunker?

    Well, I figured I would update my bunker collection. In addition to what I previously posted, I've now added the following:

    ORWV15
    WT 12 year SL
    WT 8 year
    Four Roses Yellow Label
    Blantons Silver
    Blantons Gold
    Blantons SFTB
    Saz 18
    WLW '06
    GTS '06
    Weller Centennial (L'ville Bottling)
    W.L. Weller Special Reserve
    Weller 107
    Weller 12 year
    George Dickel Barrel Select
    PVW 15
    PVW 20
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  3. #63
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    Re: What's in your bunker?

    I don't really bunker much... at least compared to some of the folks here. I purchase mostly to consume. Having said that, I've got a couple of bottles of S-W ORVW, Hirsch 16, PVW 20, and the odd GTS or two set aside.
    John B

    "Drinking when we are not thirsty and making love at all seasons… that is all there is to distinguish us from other animals."

  4. #64
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    Re: What's in your bunker?

    Quote Originally Posted by SBOmarc View Post
    According to these posts, not enough.


    I hear you. Though I have this sinking feeling that I'll be posting a decent sized list hear pretty quick.

  5. #65
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    Re: What's in your bunker?

    Bringing this back since now I can post in it:

    BTAC '06:
    GTS x2
    Saz
    Handy
    ER17
    (looking for the Larue Weller)

    Four Roses:
    Small Batch
    Single Barrel - in Texas

    Small Batch Collection:
    Knob x2 (1 open @ 19.99 this is an everyday pour)

    Van Winkle:
    Lot B x2 (1 open)
    I think a 10yr 107-but it's in Texas
    15yr-only bottle I've ever seen of this, scored it today (8-13)

    Old Pogue

    ER10 (open)

    Noah's Mill (open)

    1792 (open)

    Mitchner's Rye (open)

    And from my memory recall that's all I can visualize in the box/cupboard/top of fridge. Thankfully I brew and am generally having a pint off my kegerator vs. a snog of bourbon so this stuff tends to stick around. I do have 1 more bottle in TX my sister got for me on a trip to KY but for the life of me I can't recall what it is.
    Last edited by Phischy; 08-13-2007 at 20:13.

  6. #66
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    Thumbs up Re: What's in your bunker?

    Very nice, Phischy. Bunkers in multiple states is very impressive! The next step, when you know you've made it, is to be like Cliff, and establish an off-shore bunker!!



    JOE

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    Re: What's in your bunker?

    Quote Originally Posted by smokinjoe View Post
    Very nice, Phischy. Bunkers in multiple states is very impressive! The next step, when you know you've made it, is to be like Cliff, and establish an off-shore bunker!!



    JOE
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  8. #68
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    Re: What's in your bunker?

    My sister is a fan so if I hear of something in Houston I can always send her out. I'll be bringing those bottles back at christmas time for sure. Thankfully no one other than my mom really likes bourbon but she's a wine gal. My dad hasn't touched the hard stuff since college, likes my beer and is a wood smith in his spare time. He enjoyed the process when we visited BT, esp barrel production. Good thing, as I dragged them 2hrs in the wrong direction on a recent road trip.

    The plus side to an out-of-state bunker is you won't be dipping into it!
    Last edited by Phischy; 08-13-2007 at 21:42.

  9. #69
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    Re: What's in your bunker?

    My bunker has grown to inlcude just a few. the wife slows me down as she says I have enough whiskey. But here goes. un opened

    2 Four Roses single Barrel
    2 Four Roses Small Batch
    1 Templeton Rye batch #1
    2 Rittenhouse Rye BIB
    1 ETL
    1 Blanton's
    1 PVW 15 yr
    1 PVW Rye 134 yr

    Thats all folks
    "Too much of anything is bad, but too much of good whiskey is barely enough". Mark Twain

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    Re: What's in your bunker?

    Quote Originally Posted by HipFlask View Post
    My bunker has grown to inlcude just a few. the wife slows me down as she says I have enough whiskey. But here goes. un opened

    2 Four Roses single Barrel
    2 Four Roses Small Batch
    1 Templeton Rye batch #1
    2 Rittenhouse Rye BIB
    1 ETL
    1 Blanton's
    1 PVW 15 yr
    1 PVW Rye 134 yr

    Thats all folks
    Nice start. I too started off with a respectable yet small bunker. It's now grown to a state that I have a hard time finding places to store the bottles. Keep collecting....it's great having a broad selection of bourbons; especially over varying decades.
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