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I'm drinking a 1 ltr. bottle of Kirkland Small Batch Straight Bourbon at 92 proof. It was reasonably inexpensive (under $40 in WA, and we have one of the highest liquor taxes in the country), and made by Barton 1792 distillers, so I thought it was worth a shot. It's not on a par with my regular sippers, but certainly more than adequate for mixed drinks. I saw yesterday that Costco also has 100 proof bottled in bond, also made by 1792, out now for about the same price.

Last edited by mneeley490

We had some cool, rainy weather recently that made me glad I recently bought these peated scotches that I highly recommend.

Port Charlotte 10 (Bruichladdich's peated line) - had this last month while in the Finger Lakes for a wedding and really enjoyed and bought some when I got home. Full bodied from being 100 proof and well balanced with the peat.

Ledaig 10 - not an Islay, but from the Island of Mull.  I get a bit of honey sweetness on the front end that compliments the peat really well. So nice.

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