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  1. #31
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    Re: Rank the wheated bourbons.

    Quote Originally Posted by JamesW View Post
    Thanks for the heads up!
    Just an FYI on that site in Warwick.... make sure to call ahead for availability because not everything online is in stock but the prices are pretty good if they have it

    Thanks.

    James, I sent you a Private Message.

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    Re: Rank the wheated bourbons.

    Of those currently on the market:

    PVW 15, VW Lot B (tie)
    Weller 7/107
    Weller 12/90, Weller Centennial 10/100 (another tie)
    Weller SR 7/90
    Makers Mark
    Old Fitz BIB

    Rebel Yell


    Have not tried WLW, any other VW/PVW/ORVW offerings, or the NAS Old Fitz "1849".
    Scott

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    Re: Rank the wheated bourbons.

    Quote Originally Posted by CorvallisCracker View Post
    Of those currently on the market:

    PVW 15, VW Lot B (tie)
    Weller 7/107
    Weller 12/90, Weller Centennial 10/100 (another tie)
    Weller SR 7/90
    Makers Mark
    Old Fitz BIB

    Rebel Yell


    Have not tried WLW, any other VW/PVW/ORVW offerings, or the NAS Old Fitz "1849".
    Scott, Have you tried For Roses Single Barrel or the Forester Birthday 2007 or the ORVW 10 107?, From your current listing I am sure these will meet your taste buds on a positive note, Mark

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    Re: Rank the wheated bourbons.

    Quote Originally Posted by Markoturbo View Post
    Scott, Have you tried For Roses Single Barrel or the Forester Birthday 2007 or the ORVW 10 107?, From your current listing I am sure these will meet your taste buds on a positive note, Mark
    OK I did not see your statement on the end about the ORVW, sorry Mark

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    Re: Rank the wheated bourbons.

    Quote Originally Posted by Markoturbo View Post
    Scott, Have you tried For Roses Single Barrel or the Forester Birthday 2007 or the ORVW 10 107?, From your current listing I am sure these will meet your taste buds on a positive note, Mark
    If not on my list, it means I haven't tried it.

    I haven't seen any Four Roses here in Oregon, or any ORVW. VW Lot B and PVW 20 & 23 are available at "Big Y" in Eugene, and the Lot B at one other store in that town, and the PVW at another store there. But haven't seen ORVW anywhere.

    I think I've seen the Forester Birthday, so I may try that if I see it again.

    Thanks for the information!
    Scott

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    Re: Rank the wheated bourbons.

    I do not believe the Forester B-Day Bourbon is a wheated bourbon. I have a bottle and can certainly taste the Rye. I like it very much so by all means get yourself one! (just tell us about it on another thread )
    Whisk(e)y - a bargain at any price !!!

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    Re: Rank the wheated bourbons.

    Quote Originally Posted by JamesW View Post
    I do not believe the Forester B-Day Bourbon is a wheated bourbon. I have a bottle and can certainly taste the Rye. I like it very much so by all means get yourself one! (just tell us about it on another thread )
    James, I think you're right - all of the Old Forester bourbons are corn/rye.
    Scott

    "Remember that your sense of humor is inversely proportional to your level of intolerance."
    - Serge Storms

 

 

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