Any cigar smokers or Bourbon drinkers out there?

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    Weller 12 and Old Weller Antique are 2 of my regular bourbons, as is Van Winkle Lot B when I can find it.
    Don't smoke much anymore but the CAO La Traviata is my choice when I do.

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    I was recently in Louisville and had the privilege of sharing a drink with the master distiller from Woodford Reserve at the Brown Hotel. He shared with us a soon to be released Woodford Reserve "Double Oak". It was fantastic. I keep looking for it on the shelf but no luck so far. My every day is Bulleit. I was going to give Pappy Van Winkle a try but at $75 a shot, it's a little too rich for my blood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mluikey View Post
    I was recently in Louisville and had the privilege of sharing a drink with the master distiller from Woodford Reserve at the Brown Hotel. He shared with us a soon to be released Woodford Reserve "Double Oak". It was fantastic. I keep looking for it on the shelf but no luck so far. My every day is Bulleit. I was going to give Pappy Van Winkle a try but at $75 a shot, it's a little too rich for my blood.
    Yes, Chris Morris is the Master Distiller for Woodford and other Brown Foreman products; he does Old Forester which may be the best inexpensive Bourbon on the market.
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