I posted several years ago about making a trip with Jeff and Gregg to Juarez to visit the Kentucky Club. We spotted an old Waterfill Frazier bottle in a glass cabinet behind the bar. We were well into the tequilla by then and didn't get a close look at it. Jeff recently had to return to El Paso on a family matter and made the trek across the border to see if the owner would part with the bottle. Alas, he didn't, but Jeff did get some nice pics of the bottle. The whiskey is eight years old and bottled on September 7th, 1927. Bettye Jo's family moved a distillery from KY to Juarez during prohibition. The distillery is still in operation and today makes an "Amercian" whiskey using used bourbon barrels. Jeff tried it but said it was unremarkable so he didn't bring any back.
The Kentucky Club has been in Juarez since 1920 and the walls are adorned with photos of various celebreties who have stopped by for a cocktail (John Wayne, et al). If for some reason you find yourself in Juarez, you need to make a stop here. Anyway, here are the pics.