I managed to find a bottle locally 8 months ago for $29. It was very good, kind of like a young, light Ardbeg. If you consider that it is only aged 3 years and is a brand new effort by Stephen McCarthy, I think the result is quite phenomenal. Grab one if you can find it. I emailed Stephen when I was hunting for a bottle and he was very personable. I wholeheartedly support this type of experimental behavior by small American distillers. I've been wanting to talk about this whiskey for a while, but couldn't make up my mind whether it belonged in Non-Bourbon Whiskey or Scotch
On a more local note, I am eagerly awaiting the release (this fall?) of Notch (Scotch style) Whisky by Triple Eight Distillery on Nantucket MA. Their island location should make for some flavorful aging. I've tasted their bourbon barrel aged rum and it is very nice. However, for a very young whiskey from a brand new distillery, I find their projected bottle pricing of $60 - $100+ to be outrageous. I can buy a truely outstanding 18yo Talisker or Caol Ila for $50 - $75. I have to guess he's hoping to sell to the Boston socialites who just don't care.
I guess I'm just giving another nod to McCarthy's for pricing their product reasonably.