I completely agree with you Juan...no mixing pappy! It goes without saying that the 15, 20, and 23 yr old are incredible. Don't overlook the 10 yr though,especially the 107 proof. It is easily the best bourbon in it's price point. Perfect as your go-to bourbon.
Juanposted 2 years ago
There should be a law prohibiting any year of Pappy's from being mixed. I went through my bottle of 15 in a few weeks, that may swell have been two days. I now look at the empty bottle wistfully, knowing that it'll be another year before it comes available again. Sigh.
If you're looking for Pappy Van Winkle, good luck—it's nearly impossible to find anywhere. But the brand's other bottlings are more widely available. There's a long list of retailers and distributors, including several in Tennessee, on its website: http://oldripvanwinkle.com/vendors/
Michael Pringleposted 3 years ago
Where in the Cookeville, TN area can this be found? Thank you, Michael
Larry Honeposted 3 years ago
Enjoyed a snifter of ORVW 10 year old, 107 proof this evening with old Navy freinds in San Diego. It came into their lives from another Navy pilot friend, Louisville native, who sent it as a gift. Tonight was single malt scotch and sipping whiskey after dinner. A much as enjoy the finer, non blended malts, I found this a bit harsh and dull.
Perhaps as I am more of a scotch drinker, I preferred the 12 year old, Balvenie "Doublewood" single malt. Now as an AMERICAN company, I applaud the loyalty of those who fruly enjoy their offerings. I continue to look for a suitable substitute.