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Old 01-22-2013, 04:57 AM   #23
Barolojoe
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Elijah Craig is furthermore a good example of how a Whisk(e)y benefits not necessarily from additional aging.

There are differences between various lots, of course. Though those two bottles of Elijah Craig 18 years (which costs more than twice as much) I've drunk in the past, were not very convincing for me: too woody, too astringent, not so well balanced as the 12 year old.

It would be interesting to taste this brand even a little younger - after 8 or 10 years in the cask....

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