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  2. FasterHorses

    What Bourbon Did You Pass On Today (Fall 2020)

    Im eager to try the new benchmarks. No word down here
  3. PhantomLamb

    Some new OF offerings

    Agreed and not cool that there’s no age statement. Not worth $150 and beyond on the secondary market.
  4. Instead of cutting with water, try cutting with BT or ER10. I saved many a harsh batch of early Stagg Jr. with this method. It's more than just "saving' it. It actually turned it into something quite good and enjoyable.
  5. flahute

    Cocktail Hour - 2020

    Well this sounds amazing.
  6. geclbxf

    Some new OF offerings

    you have to wonder how many barrels they actually produced - would love to try them, but certainly big time tater bait.
  7. Sgtspitter101

    Cocktail Hour - 2020

    I have been mixing warm apple cider and whatever cheap bourbon i have open at the time. No particular ratio just mix to taste. May add a couple dashes of bitters on my next drink for an experiment, or could add a small amount of soda as well.
  8. FacePlant

    What Bourbon Are You Drinking Today (Fall 2020)

    Yeap, that pretty well hit my pour on the head. Working on the new bottle so I can get back to the old.
  9. Sgtspitter101

    What Bourbon Are You Drinking Today (Fall 2020)

    I had some apple cider with ogd100 earlier and having a pour of ceht smb currently. I am working on 3 bottles that are about 25% volume(ceht, a blantons 375 and a wsr 750ml.
  10. Sgtspitter101

    What Bourbon Did You Pass On Today (Fall 2020)

    Had to leave a half gallon of wsr behind today since it was 89.99 and i am going to buffalo trace next week as well.
  11. Sgtspitter101

    What Bourbon Are You Drinking Today (Fall 2020)

    Isnt this the lucifer glass, from the show?
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  13. kevinbrink

    Fun with TTB COLA's Online

    I had not peeked in for a good while but one one of the truly illustrious members of the forum sent me a PM which I was compelled to log in and respond to when it hit my email inbox. Work and personal stuff have been a bit overwhelming but have been rounding into something more manageable, not sure how often I'll be checking in short term but looking forward to re-engaging at some point.
  14. markandrex

    Some new OF offerings

    I saw this today in the Louisville paper: https://www.courier-journal.com/story/life/food/spirits/bourbon/2020/09/22/old-forester-celebrates-150th-anniversary-limited-edition-bourbon/5859010002/ Sounds interesting but hard to find.
  15. Radioyada

    What Bourbon Are You Drinking Today (Fall 2020)

    Today just felt like a good day for a pour of Blanton’s SFTB. Must be the cooler weather.
  16. ^^^ This! K&L had a great run of 14 -15 yo store picks. Now their latest pick is 9yo. I think the party is over - or nearly so...
  17. parksmart

    What Bourbon Did You Pass On Today (Fall 2020)

    Somewhat intrigued by the syrup, but cooler heads then prevailed.....
  18. fishnbowljoe

    What Bourbon Are You Drinking Today (Fall 2020)

    Wow! Traveling 9,000 miles for a KCSB. Cheers and enjoy! Biba! Joe
  19. parksmart

    What Bourbon Did You Purchase Today (Fall 2020)

    Indeed, ‘twas a bit more. Unfortunately they’re not making any more of it, so had to pay to play........
  20. beasled

    What Bourbon Did You Purchase Today (Fall 2020)

    Not seen that blue WT12 in a while. Was £45 the last time I bought one, I imagine they're a bit more these days!
  21. parksmart

    What Bourbon Did You Purchase Today (Fall 2020)

    Happy to have these arrive on my doorstep today!
  22. beasled

    What Bourbon Did You Purchase Today (Fall 2020)

    Nice! After a few pours I'd be blowing raspberries every time someone took a swing haha! That'll be why you lot always bang on about 'yard work' then.
  23. Far enough away that we can't be hit, but close enough to harass the golfers to get back on the driving range...
  24. Nah, all of our yards look like that over here on this side of the pond. @JvW just has a smaller lawn.
  25. Prior to prohibition, distillers mailed product directly to consumers, and offered prizes of different merchandise. An adult had to sign for the package when it was delivered. I don't know why we can't do that today, as long as applicable taxes are collected.
  26. beasled

    What Bourbon Did You Purchase Today (Fall 2020)

    Do you live on a golf course?
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