A whole slew of bourbons has come to the LCBO recently, and the BTAC William Larue Weller is slated to come in. I know that’s a 12 year old unfiltered barrel-strength.
However, The LCBO has also brought in Blanton’s Gold Editiona nd Special Reserve, Col. E.H. Taylor, Hancock’s President’s Reserve and Elmer T. Lee Single Barrel bourbons. How would these compare?
They have also brought in the Baker’s and Booker’s Kentucky Straight Bourbons as well.
So any recommendations? If it helps guide you, so far my favorite bourbons are the BTAC Eagle Rare 17 Year Old and especially the Elijah Craig 12 Year Old, the latter being a wheater that very much appeals to my sweet tooth. Very surprised I enjoy a $40 CDN inexpensive bourbon over the very fine BTAC rarity but there you have it.