Thread: Let me buy your old bourbon!

anthonyspare - 11/8/2017 at 04:41 PM

I have been extended my bourbon collection for over the past few years and wanted to reach out to the HTN family and see if anyone has any unopened bourbons/whiskeys they are looking to get rid of or that having been sitting in the cabinet or cellar for sometime. I am interested in just about any brand and age. Let me know what you have and I can purchase them from you! Preferably bottles that have been distilled in Kentucky but I am open to any offers. Thanks!


BrerRabbit - 11/9/2017 at 12:14 AM

hic . . . oh well you ain't gettin that one . . .


Jerry - 11/9/2017 at 03:26 AM

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I have been extended my bourbon collection for over the past few years and wanted to reach out to the HTN family and see if anyone has any unopened bourbons/whiskeys they are looking to get rid of or that having been sitting in the cabinet or cellar for sometime. I am interested in just about any brand and age. Let me know what you have and I can purchase them from you! Preferably bottles that have been distilled in Kentucky but I am open to any offers. Thanks!


Would it count if I put some tea bags in some Twiggs County "crick water" that's been filtered through some old oak stumps and bottled in a hidden holler?


anthonyspare - 11/9/2017 at 01:59 PM

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hic . . . oh well you ain't gettin that one . . .

Not sure what you meant.
Did you call me a hick???


BrerRabbit - 11/10/2017 at 05:41 PM

Hahaha - here tell you what - I have a whole bunch of cases of pints of bourbon a roomate left behind when he drank a hole thru himself and his life fell out. Trouble is the labels burned off in the house fire from his final lucky strike. If you don't mind no labels you can have them for say 20$ apiece?
Real collector's item, great backstory - make good conversation starters.


anthonyspare - 11/10/2017 at 06:11 PM

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Hahaha - here tell you what - I have a whole bunch of cases of pints of bourbon a roomate left behind when he drank a hole thru himself and his life fell out. Trouble is the labels burned off in the house fire from his final lucky strike. If you don't mind no labels you can have them for say 20$ apiece?
Real collector's item, great backstory - make good conversation starters.

Ha! Now I cant tell if you're serious or just yankin' my chain.
Pictures of "said" bottles?


BrerRabbit - 11/10/2017 at 06:59 PM

No.problem. Will get back to you, after I get done blowtorching all these bottles of Old Crow.


anthonyspare - 11/10/2017 at 08:01 PM

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No.problem. Will get back to you, after I get done blowtorching all these bottles of Old Crow.


Ha! Speaking of Old Crow, I am actually going to the Beam distillery on Monday with a local liquor store owner to pick a Private Barrel that his store will sell. I CANNOT WAIT!

BTW, a 1976 Old Crow sold in my Bourbon group last night for $280. Older Old Crow is actually good stuff....


GAred - 11/10/2017 at 10:04 PM

The Crow is on the light pole........Code for time to pull a cork! I've managed to hang on to a jug of Willie Nelson's, Old Whiskey River Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey since about 2005 or 2007. Complete with guitar pick.


gina - 11/14/2017 at 08:40 PM

If I hadn't given up alcohol in 1982, I'd be sippin' on some Seagrams 7 Crown right about now.


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