Four Roses 10 Flavors Barrel Strength

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Four Roses 10 Flavors Barrel Strength

Unread postby ChuckMick » Wed Dec 23, 2009 8:13 am

Party Source in Bellvue KY is embarking on a mission to offer all of the ten flavors at barrel strength.

So far they have Four of the ten and here is the breakdown of what they are offering.

9 Years and 10 months old OBSO 57.1% ABV (OB is the 35% rye)

10 years and 9 months old OESO 56.1% ABV

10 years and 1 month old OBSK 56.6% ABV

9 years and 8 months old OESK 60.1% ABV

I think that within a year they will have all ten flavors.

Side note

Old Town Wine and Spirits on Bardstown rd

has a 10 year old OESK 59.9%

All of them are at the $50 price point.

Tooo Cool

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Re: Four Roses 10 Flavors Barrel Strength

Unread postby Bourbon Joe » Wed Dec 23, 2009 4:45 pm

ChuckMick wrote:I think that within a year they will have all ten flavors.

ChuckMick

I think I'll have to rent a U-Haul and head to Kentucky when that happens.
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Re: Four Roses 10 Flavors Barrel Strength

Unread postby Rughi » Wed Dec 23, 2009 5:45 pm

Bourbon Joe wrote:
ChuckMick wrote:I think that within a year they will have all ten flavors.

ChuckMick

I think I'll have to rent a U-Haul and head to Kentucky when that happens.
Joe


Or have a friend send you bottles from Julios, Ledgers, Binnys or K&L (there may be others by now, as well).

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Re: Four Roses 10 Flavors Barrel Strength

Unread postby enzo » Thu Dec 24, 2009 12:47 am

I wish they offered a case with samples of all 10 for $50.
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Re: Four Roses 10 Flavors Barrel Strength

Unread postby bunghole » Thu Dec 24, 2009 11:10 pm

Bourbon Joe wrote:
ChuckMick wrote:I think that within a year they will have all ten flavors.

ChuckMick

I think I'll have to rent a U-Haul and head to Kentucky when that happens.
Joe


Think Heavy Rail! Take a freight train. Quicker. Cheaper.

Mo' Bourbon! Mo' Better!

You could be back in PA with the entire bourbonic output of KY within 24 hrs.

Quick. Easy. Damned expensive, but you'd own it all and could sell it for whatever you could get.

Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm..................... sounds like a plan!

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Re: Four Roses 10 Flavors Barrel Strength

Unread postby Mike » Sat Dec 26, 2009 8:51 pm

I doubt that it will happen in Georgia, but I have Rocky on the trail of at least some of these bourbons. If it can happen here, he is the man to do it.
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