PappyVanWise Posted March 25, 2014 Share Posted March 25, 2014 What floors me is walking through memory lane in this thread, especially the first page of items from not so long ago, compared to the current distilled spirits frenzy. For instance, consider this post, which refers to Pappy Van Winkle 20: Anyone have the Bookers 25 yet? I found the last bottle on the shelf of my local ABC today, and will probably crack it open and start a thread this weekend. Just curious if anyone else has tried it yet. Thanks for reviving the Whiskey thread, btw, I didn't even know it existed. Makes for a better place to have bourbon conversations, with the other threads related to particular bottles. From the press release: "The original Booker's Bourbon, a cask-strength spirit with a proof that usually ranges from 120 to 130, is normally aged for six to eight years. The special-edition batch is over 10 years old, giving the product some extra characteristics and making it a fitting tribute to an important character in the Bourbon industry." Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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