We were having a party Saturday, and one of the guests is a Scotch drinker. Though he started at the "mixer" table (wine, gin, rum, etc, blender, cocktail shaker, etc), toward evening he headed over to the liquor cabinet to pour himself a snifter of a'bunadh. When he got there he spotted a copy of our "Spirit Selection" printout, which is a list of what we've got and includes tastings notes from people like Pacult, Hansell and Jackson (when I agree with them) or my own (when I don't). He was intrigued by the entry for Hirsch 16 (BW) and asked if he could try it.
Having had several Sobieski martinis, I was feeling agreeable and told him to help himself.
He really liked it; "I had no idea bourbon could taste like this!". I asked him when/what his last taste of bourbon was, and he replied, "Jack Daniels, several years ago."
I didn't correct him. I just waited until he finished the Hirsch and then poured him a little PVW 15. He liked that too.