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    Re: Michters Small Batch

    Quote Originally Posted by mgilbertva View Post
    Same for the US 1 Rye - it's quite good, especially for a young (3yo) Rye - but overpriced.

    I've seen these in my local liquor stores. They have an "American Whiskey" that is a 4-year small batch.

    According to the labels of the Michter's Bourbon and Rye that I've seen, they say 10-year Single Barrel. Is this a different product than what you were referring to?
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    Re: Michters Small Batch

    They have a range of products but I don't know the exact portfolio. They do have a 10-year-old rye that's very good. They also have a bourbon and rye that, I believe, are NAS. And they have an American whiskey (i.e., not a bourbon or rye).

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    Re: Michters Small Batch

    I'm again sorry for my lack of knowledge. But, what does NAS mean?

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    Re: Michters Small Batch

    Quote Originally Posted by whiskeyme View Post
    ...what does NAS mean?
    No Age Statement, I believe. Not sure I've ever seen a Michters product like that but then again I don't see their products often.
    I tried the 3 year old rye, although it was better than the OO I had it was ultimately a waste for $45. I really want to try the 10 year rye but now I'm wary, especially at those prices.
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    Re: Michters Small Batch

    Quote Originally Posted by gothbat View Post
    No Age Statement, I believe. Not sure I've ever seen a Michters product like that but then again I don't see their products often.
    I tried the 3 year old rye, although it was better than the OO I had it was ultimately a waste for $45. I really want to try the 10 year rye but now I'm wary, especially at those prices.

    It saddens me to see someone capitalizing so ruthlessly on the legacy of the sad remains of the Pennsylvania Whiskey distilling tradition...
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