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Thread: what the hell is clyde may's doin in your collection?

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    Jefferson's and Jefferson's ocean. ocean is aged 8 to 10 years then placed on a ship, crosses the equator 4 times. is it worth the $80 a bottle? it's unique.


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    double oak has gotten some good reviews, Colville I imagine was produced by Heaven hill.

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    straight edge, extremely rare blended 5-6-7 yr. bourbon then aged 4 to 6 months in cabernet casks.

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    old grand-dad and leftovers, at 114 proof this will get your attention. old grand-dad has a cult like following.

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    old grand-dad bottled in bond high rye. bonded mean a minimum 4 years aged and supervised by the feds. high rye different pepper tastes.

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    who would think a bourbon distillery and bottle operation in Utah? this has a fairly high rating.

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    1792 small batch in honor of Kentucky becoming a state. by far the nicest bottle.

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    Maker's for many years did 1 bourbon and did it well.

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    so with this maker's added burnt oak staves for several months. this is a nice upgrade.

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    asked for the 7 or 9 year ezra this is what they sent, maybe next time. smoked sausage with spicy potato's

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    more often than not higher proof bourbons and high quality bourbons need what's called "awaken" with a little spring water or frozen cocktail glass.

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    can't find this anywhere here in florida.

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    Angels Envy one of the higher rated bourbons, if the steelers make the super bowl I might have t open this one.

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    Blanton's considered by many the finest bourbon produced. single barrel hand filled, buffalo trace product.

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    Amador distilled in Kentucky finished in wine casks in Napa valley for 6-8 months.

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    old ezra 7 years is 101 proof with heaven hill being the producer.

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    old forester signature 1st bottled bourbon in 1870, not quite in the class as it's cousin.

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    couple different years.

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    jim beam single barrel got pretty good reviews.

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