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  1. #81
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    Re: Affordable Bourbons and Ryes for Beginners

    I'm glad to see this list is still getting some use. I am not sure if it will ever be made a sticky, but we can always bump it up occasionally so that new folks will see it.

    The list is almost 3 years old and it looks like it needs to be updated for price and availability. As several have noted, ORVW10/90 is sadly no longer available in the stated price range. Any other major changes needed?
    -Dan

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    Re: Affordable Bourbons and Ryes for Beginners

    I would argue for the inclusion of Bulleit on this list. It's inexpensive, adds another distillery, and has a unique flavor IMO. I wouldn't call it a world class bourbon, but I think it is unique enough that it could guide someone toward finding what they really like.

 

 

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