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26 minutes ago, BottledInBond said:

It would be awesome if they did start doing barrel picks of RR rye. I don’t recall seeing any of those but maybe they have existed and I just have missed them. RR bourbon barrel picks seem to be a sweet spot these days certainly. 

 

Yeah I’ll certainly pick up an RB rye eventually. I am a WT rye fan in general. I drink more WT101R than any other rye, by far 

I believe they used to do a few (very few) SiB picks before their rye stocks got depleted. I'm cautiously optimistic that they might try to bring those back eventually.  Fingers crossed.

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Interesting old school stuff— dense and austere, sour versus sweet, black-peppered oak with savory spices— and a great delivery. Takes water well and has a true finish.   

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5 hours ago, BottledInBond said:

It would be awesome if they did start doing barrel picks of RR rye. I don’t recall seeing any of those but maybe they have existed and I just have missed them. RR bourbon barrel picks seem to be a sweet spot these days certainly. 

 

Yeah I’ll certainly pick up an RB rye eventually. I am a WT rye fan in general. I drink more WT101R than any other rye, by far 

Kepler, don't disagree and have plenty of great RRSibRye also. Same price here and I like the profile and consistent nature of the RB Rye with worrying about barrel differences. I wish they gave us some barrel info though.  But I'd love some single barrels Russell's picks!

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On 8/14/2020 at 6:52 PM, markandrex said:

Walked into a WFE 7 years rye as part of a WFE package deal.  The store had two 6 year bourbons and the rye.  I kept seeing them behind the counter.  Six months ago they wanted $250 each.  Three months ago it was $200.  Today was $150.  We settled at $114.99 and a case of OE7 at $40 each.

 

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You have some serious connections man. I cant scratch up a WT BiB to save my life...and a 7 yr willett sitting unbought much less reduced  anywhere near me is not happening. Great haul!

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On 8/14/2020 at 7:52 PM, markandrex said:

Walked into a WFE 7 years rye as part of a WFE package deal.  The store had two 6 year bourbons and the rye.  I kept seeing them behind the counter.  Six months ago they wanted $250 each.  Three months ago it was $200.  Today was $150.  We settled at $114.99 and a case of OE7 at $40 each.

 

A WFE shelf turd. 

 

I think this is my favorite story so far of 2020.

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Definitely a good pour!  According to the label it is their distillate , young but definitely one to keep on hand.

 

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1 minute ago, flahute said:

Was it one of those funky rums that Joe likes so much?

Nope, I just realized this was the 2019 thread. 

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Just now, BigRich said:

Nope, I just realized this was the 2019 thread. 

Good eye. I see that I totally screwed up on this thread too!

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On 11/28/2020 at 2:13 PM, flahute said:

Good eye. I see that I totally screwed up on this thread too!

That makes three of us.??‍♂️

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