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Posts Tagged ‘Old Charter’

Since all the best blogs talk about booze, here we go…

Thursday, December 16th, 2010

– Wiccapundit

Sadly, the superior talent over at Hookers & Booze have been seriously deficient in their liquor reviews of late.  So, in the interest of a well-informed blogdom, I dip a cautious toe in those waters.

The Old Charter 10 Year Old.  ‘Round ’bout these parts, you can get a 1.5 liter bottle of this bourbon for a double sawbuck.  For as inexpensive as it is, it’s a nice little bourbon.  I was raised up on Mr. Daniel’s fine fare, but in my dotage I’ve gravitated more to true bourbons.  You wouldn’t expect a bourbon aged this long to be this cheap, but there you have it.  It is quite mellow as bourbons go, and it is a pleasant sipping whiskey.  Not in a class with Maker’s Mark, but in this economy, who can afford that kind of habit?  Anyone have experience with this one?  What say you?