doubleblank wrote:Bob....You might remember that I also loved the nose on this Tribute. It smelled of sweet cherries and port.....I even looked at the label to see if it was double barreled (I knew it wasn't....but where did that sweet nose come from?). Very special bourbon! I may open one of mine soon.
tlsmothers wrote:THE BIRD HAS LANDED! 25 cases have hit NYC. I'm so glad I'm gonna be able to keep my pricing around Kentucky pricing!
Can you tell I'm excited! This has been a good bourbon day for me. Now I'm just trying to figure out how many of those 25/6 bottle cases I can afford to order.
Oh, yeah, and now Pernod Ricard has offered to pay for one of my customers to join me and Jimmy having dinner at BlueSmoke Nov. 7th after our store tasting.
If you'd like for me to set aside Tribute bottles for you, just lemme know!
Brewer wrote:Just to let you know, I just posted a review of the Tribute. Just enter Wild Turkey Tribute in the "Find by Bottling Name" and click on find bourbon. Then scroll down. Let me know what you think.
TrueBarrel wrote: Putting aside limitedness and collectibility (i.e. if it was simply a new addition to the lineup), in your view is it significantly better than KS or RB to merit costing more than twice as much?
I don't know what a bottle of the Legend costs, I do believe that the Tribute is better than the Legend.
Except for the time when three working girls and their pimp got in and started passing out business cards, but that's a story for another day.
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