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  1. #1851
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    I opened up a Russelís 10 yr at work today. I cannot find anything to criticize about it. Just a near perfect traditional old school whiskey. 10/10

  2. #1852
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    b521 bottling

    fucking hell, this is the best bourbon I have ever had

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  3. #1853
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    Came across this today in my LLS. Without comparing it to earlier bottlings Iíll just say itís really fucking good.
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  4. #1854
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    Agreed. It's a good one that should be included in your rye quiver for the cold winter ahead.

    In the meantime, with the limited selection of bourbon at the LLS, I've been drinking a lot of MM French Oaked # 46 lately. Tasty and the price is right.
    ďHow does it feel to be the greatest guitarist in the world? I donít know, go ask Rory GallagherĒ. ó Jimi Hendrix

  5. #1855
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    Gadget came over for Thanksgiving. He brought this with him.
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    It was amazing! Yummm
    ďHow does it feel to be the greatest guitarist in the world? I donít know, go ask Rory GallagherĒ. ó Jimi Hendrix

  6. #1856
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    Not finest but quality
    Old Grandad bottle in Bond
    Been mentioned here before and carries mine and basoms full endorsement old grandad 113

    Keeping with the oldness. Old Bardstown
    Good
    Affordable
    90 proof
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  7. #1857
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    Went to a Christmas party tonight. The host broke out a bottle of Stagg Jr. 132 proof. I can honestly say that it is the finest bourbon that I have ever tasted.
    ďHow does it feel to be the greatest guitarist in the world? I donít know, go ask Rory GallagherĒ. ó Jimi Hendrix

  8. #1858
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    Quote Originally Posted by schindlerpiste View Post
    Went to a Christmas party tonight. The host broke out a bottle of Stagg Jr. 132 proof. I can honestly say that it is the finest bourbon that I have ever tasted.
    Huh I have Stagg Jr and love it but it's never been an all time favorite. Have you had Larceny barrel proof or Elijah Craig BiB? If you're a fan of Stagg Jr I feel like those would be up your alley.

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  9. #1859
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    I like Stagg Junior as well, but prefer Lrrceny barrel proof as I really like wheated bourbons.


  10. #1860
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    Heaven Hill bottled in bond is pretty solid.

    Scored it and a Bookers 2023-3 at the Virginia drop this weekend. Lady in front of me grabbed the last Shenks or it would have been mine. :-(
    In order to properly convert this thread to a polyasshat thread to more fully enrage the liberal left frequenting here...... (insert latest democratic blunder of your choice).

  11. #1861
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    Quote Originally Posted by TNKen View Post
    Heaven Hill bottled in bond is pretty solid.(
    I'm a big fan, its very balanced.

  12. #1862
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    Still awaiting ECBP C923 to hit Idaho. Anyone have one theyíd want to trade?

  13. #1863
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    The finest bourbon I have tasted. Yet.

    Quote Originally Posted by snapt View Post
    Still awaiting ECBP C923 to hit Idaho. Anyone have one theyíd want to trade?
    Only have one (open) bottle but speaking of C923, I put it up against the other ECBP bottles I have (A121, B519 and a private stock) and C923 easily came out on top. One of the best buys out there right now for $70.

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  14. #1864
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    Finished off my bottle of EJ C923 with the family at Thanksgiving, and it was superb - one of their best.

    Here was the turkey day line up.
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    Right now Iíve stocked up on Knob Creek 12 for the remainder of the holidays. Very, very nice - recommended.

  15. #1865
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    Y'all are killin me!

  16. #1866
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    Iíve read complaints that Larceny BP is inconsistent, but Iíve liked the two bottles Iíve had. Iím seeing it more consistently now, too. Iím not much of a Makerís fan, but their cask strength has been my go-to wheated bourbon.

    I came across Pikesville last month. Itís been a couple years since Iíve seen any in Montana.

  17. #1867
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    Quote Originally Posted by evasive_MT View Post
    Iíve read complaints that Larceny BP is inconsistent, but Iíve liked the two bottles Iíve had. Iím seeing it more consistently now, too. Iím not much of a Makerís fan, but their cask strength has been my go-to wheated bourbon.

    I came across Pikesville last month. Itís been a couple years since Iíve seen any in Montana.
    The Bernheim Barrel Strength is another good wheater. Comes out of Heaven Hill as well.

  18. #1868
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    The finest bourbon I have tasted. Yet.

    Went with my gut and was not disappointed. The bottle just spoke to me:



    Wanted to try something from this thread but scrolling and looking at shelves was getting me nowhere.

    Definitely best bourbon Iíve tried so far.

  19. #1869
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    That's not bourbon.

    But Rye is always better than bourbon.

  20. #1870
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    Quote Originally Posted by PB View Post
    That's not bourbon.

    But Rye is always better than bourbon.
    You shut your whore mouth!












    I'm still mad I can't easily find some OGD114.

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  21. #1871
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    Quote Originally Posted by PB View Post
    That's not bourbon.

    But Rye is always better than bourbon.
    AhÖ Iím a jong with them bourbons and ryeís.

  22. #1872
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    Quote Originally Posted by PB View Post
    That's not bourbon.

    But Rye is always better than bourbon.
    +100

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  23. #1873
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    Rye, like Islay scotch, gives you a little taste of being slapped by a jilted lover. But you just can’t help but go back and beg her for another chance. Bourbon, OTOH, gives you a sense of being kissed by your incredibly hot middle school teacher.
    ďHow does it feel to be the greatest guitarist in the world? I donít know, go ask Rory GallagherĒ. ó Jimi Hendrix

  24. #1874
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    Paying homage to the Buddha of Bourbon with some close friends, and killed the first 2 bottles of RBB and RBR, so needed to grab some backups.Click image for larger version. 

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  25. #1875
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    Quote Originally Posted by schindlerpiste View Post
    Rye, like Islay scotch, gives you a little taste of being slapped by a jilted lover. But you just canít help but go back and beg her for another chance. Bourbon, OTOH, gives you a sense of being kissed by your incredibly hot middle school teacher.
    wow yeah this checks out, never really had a thing for teacher but i love me some spankin'. my tastes are pretty well in alignment.

    thoughts on Michters small batch for a solid bottle? local dabc stores are in absolute shambles right now

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