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Yeah, I'm early for a change. Every once in a while....... I couldn't believe it's been over 10 years since this was the BOTM. So....... here we go. Much has changed with Bulleit in the last couple of years or so. Four Roses is no longer in the picture, and speculation has it that BF and/or […]
http://whiskeydaddle.com/thenovel/ Doing some research into the Peoria area distillery history and ran into this. Apologize if this is already out there, but I did not see anything when I searched. New piece of Distillery History for me. Hope you feel the same.
Vosgar, Gavin0791 and I went on a three day, whirlwind trip to the motherland. This was to participate in a barrel pick at BT, along with giving my nephew Mike, aka Galvin0791 an introduction to the bourbon world. We had a great time. Along with seeing the "new" at BT, we got to experience some of the […]
I have been gifted a business trip to Ireland next month and I’d like to show my appreciation to my friend by bringing him a nice bottle of bourbon, specifically one that is NOT typically available in Ireland. Problem is, I have no idea what IS available there (noting that the big boys are....Jack, Jim, etc...). […]
I’m relatively new to the forum, don’t want to break any rules. But are we allowed to discuss or provide any links to bourbon sites in the secondary market? I’m trying to find reliable sources to purchase Pappy, michters, etc... Thanks for any recommendations. I appreciate any input.
To see this! Taken in the stockroom of the liquor store I help out in. And the best part is that more is on the way!
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https://thewhiskeywash.com/whiskey-styles/american-whiskey/freddie-noes-little-book-whiskey-goes-north-second-release/?utm_source=The+Whiskey+Wash+Newsletter&utm_campaign=4843229ffe-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2018_07_24_09_47&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_20c25ccf55-4843229ffe-154269265 Two Canadian whiskeys and a Kentucky Rye. For some reason, I get the feeling that Corporate has their hands in this. B-S has plenty of Canadian in their portfolio, otherwise I don't get the reason for this from a old school Kentucky Bourbon family member. Either B-S is pushing to diversify between labels, or […]
Four Roses announced this year’s LE small batch (“130th anniversary”). It’ll consist of a 13yo OBSF, 10yo OBSV, 15yo OESV, and a 17yo OESK. https://fourrosesbourbon.com/brents-pick-130th-anniversary-limited-edition-small-batch/ Im a big fan of well aged FR bourbon so I’ll be hunting for this one. It’s interesting, though, that none of the palate flavor descriptors are sugar-based - there’s usually some […]
Question, I'm looking for opinions on this scenario. If you were given a choice of a 4R OBSV barrel strength at 62.5% and 8 yrs, 11 months or an OBSV barrel strength of 51.7% and 11 years which would you choose, if given a choice of only one? One obviously from up high in the rickhouse and […]
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