scratchline wrote:Hey, Greg. The Pepper actually came from a pint that I got just south of DC. The tax strip was too worn to read but the bottom of the bottle was stamped 59. So it was probably from the late 50's/early 60's. It was a bond that I thought had a really incredible fruity (cherry) nose. Probably on the young side but most everyone who sampled it thought it was a very good whiskey. It went too fast. A few more specs: distilled DSP-5, bottled I.R.B.W. 1. Little or no evaporation on the bottle. Not surprised that Mike thought it was 86 proof because the alcohol was very soft on the palate.
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