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This definitely meets the "Cost/Benefit Ratio." BT Mash Bill #2 (i.e., ETL, BSB, RHF, et al.). For $10, you can't beat it! Very Happy with this purchase! 🙂

 

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clearmoon247

I find Ancient Ancient Age 10-Star to be a better pour than AA90. Bother are great price though

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PaulO

I used to buy that in KY.  Just curious, is there any age statement?

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40 minutes ago, PaulO said:

I used to buy that in KY.  Just curious, is there any age statement?

Yes, it has a disclaimer near the "bottle refund" section stating "aged at least 36 Months," but I can tell you it is much better than that.  I really like it! In fact, I am going to buy more! I am a Weller fan, and this has that texture.

 

 

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Clueby
On 5/22/2020 at 5:05 PM, clearmoon247 said:

I find Ancient Ancient Age 10-Star to be a better pour than AA90. Bother are great price though

I just finished of a bottle of AA10* that made it's way here from KY. You definitely get the MB2 DNA.

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On 5/22/2020 at 7:04 PM, Three quarks said:

Yes, it has a disclaimer near the "bottle refund" section stating "aged at least 36 Months," but I can tell you it is much better than that.  I really like it! In fact, I am going to buy more! I am a Weller fan, and this has that texture.

That is what I recall seeing on the last bottle I saw.  My wife's late uncle, who I loved as my own, used to keep AA90 on his bar, even though he didn't drink later in life.  He bought me my last two bottles of AAA10 year old, one of which I still have.  I asked him to pick me up a bottle at Red Dot in Frankfort when he was coming up to visit my Mother-in-Law.  He bought two and gifted them to me.  I miss him and I miss the days when AAA10 were readily available.

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Bourbon Sabbath

Count me as a big fan of AAA 10 *.  Nice cherry pie note.  Another 3 years in the rickhouse and it would be Blantons. 

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clearmoon247
1 hour ago, Bourbon Sabbath said:

Count me as a big fan of AAA 10 *.  Nice cherry pie note.  Another 3 years in the rickhouse and it would be Blantons. 

Or at least Elmer T Lee.

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smokinjoe

And if my aunt Edna had a mustache she’d be my uncle Frank!  😉

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Three quarks
On 5/26/2020 at 5:55 PM, smokinjoe said:

And if my aunt Edna had a mustache she’d be my uncle Frank!  😉

Speak for yourself! 🙂

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Flyfish
On 5/26/2020 at 5:55 PM, smokinjoe said:

And if my aunt Edna had a mustache she’d be my uncle Frank!  😉

I think you're onto something, Joe. How about "If we had some bacon, we could have some bacon and eggs if we had some eggs"? Or "If ifs and buts were candy and nuts, we would all have a merry Christmas" Or....    Well, how 'bout somebody else chime in now with another "if" line? 

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fishnbowljoe

Okay I’ll admit it. My aunt wore combat boots. 
 


 

She was in the Army 30+ years. 😝

 

Biba! Joe

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smokinjoe

If this hamburger wasn’t ground and came from the same area of the cow, it would be just like this prime filet mignon!  

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1 hour ago, smokinjoe said:

If this hamburger wasn’t ground and came from the same area of the cow, it would be just like this prime filet mignon!  

Actually, its a meatless burger using a secret formula. Wait, we are talking about bourbon, right? I'm confused.

 

 

 

 

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afmadd
8 hours ago, Flyfish said:

I think you're onto something, Joe. How about "If we had some bacon, we could have some bacon and eggs if we had some eggs"? Or "If ifs and buts were candy and nuts, we would all have a merry Christmas" Or....    Well, how 'bout somebody else chime in now with another "if" line? 

Love your second one.  Never heard it before, but definitely will use it.....

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