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The Bourbon Brown Book – 2024 Edition

The Bourbon Brown Book – 2024 Edition

2024 Price Guide for Rare & Allocated Bourbon and Rye Whiskey


Thanks for checking out the fourth annual Bourbon Brown Book!  As with previous years, the goal is to inform and educate our readers as to the retail and secondary prices of today’s most allocated bottles. 

We do not condone the secondary markets because of the legal grey area they represent, but we also know that it’s something that is firmly embedded into the culture.  Whenever scarcity takes over, people with the access set the prices.  It’s a tale as old as time.

Bourbon Secondary Market Trends in 2023

In last year’s guide, I noted how the secondary market appeared to be cooling off from its height of 2020/2021.  That’s not saying that any of it has returned to the levels we saw pre-pandemic though.  With inflation increasing prices, the cost of bottles is only going up. 

So while there might have been incentives for the secondary market to cut their asking prices back a bit, that’s not happening with prices going up.

Wild Turkey may be a trendsetter in the industry for their decision to price all of limited releases into the hundreds of dollars.  Time will tell if enthusiasts reject these price increases or if it will somehow bring down demand enough to satisfy consumers. I cannot overstate how many secondary market sellers exist solely to exploit it for profit. 

Take away a lot of that profit and they will begin to leave.  But if every producer raises prices like Wild Turkey did, I think we’ll find ourselves looking at the beginning of another glut. And if that is too pessimistic, then we’ll at least see large swathes of enthusiasts leave for other spirits.

The Phenomenon of Early Adopter Prices

I try to point this out every year, but if there is a new release that comes out, it is worth your time to hold off buying it for the first 2 to 3 months.  Trust me, it will always exist on the secondary market – even if it’s a rare single barrel with 100 bottles produced. 

But the trend for these bottles is always the same: The first people to put them up on the secondary market knows that there are people out there who will panic that they’ll never be able to find that particular bottle again and will pay whatever price is asked.  This is a surefire way of spending way too much. 

This year’s Four Roses Small Batch Limited Edition, for example, started out around $600 on the secondary.  Over the last 45 days, it has cooled off to $500 (and at the time of writing, I have seen one dip down to $490).  By January or February, it should settle down to the level that previous examples have been which is around $400.  

Maker’s Mark Cellar Aged has likewise cooled off as more enthusiasts wake up from the fog of hype to realize it’s a dud.  Also, I noticed that BTAC bottles seem to command a $100 premium from the previous year’s.  But mark my words, around this time next year, the 2023 bottles will suddenly drop by $100 in secondary value as the 2024 ones come out again.  Recognize these trends and don’t get caught flat-footed.

Brands to Avoid on the Secondary Market

Each year, I tell you all which brands should not carry a secondary value.  Do bottles from these brands exist on secondary market pages?  Yes.  But look closely and you’ll see that almost all of them are not sold for money, they’re traded for bottles of similar “value.” 

I won’t get into the reasons why they don’t, because that would be too many words for this introduction, but just realize it’s because the sources of the bourbon or rye whiskey inside are unknown, known to be of moderate quality or have been tinkered with too much (finishing barrels or weird blends).  Here are the ones to avoid buying on the secondary market for secondary prices:

  • Rare Character
  • Old Carter
  • Kentucky Owl
  • 2XO
  • Preservation Distillery (Rare Perfection and Olde St. Nick)
  • Blue Run
  • Down Home
  • Good Times
  • Barrell Bourbon (Gold and Gray Label Releases)
  • World Whiskey Society
  • Binder’s Stash
  • NULU
  • Four Gate
  • Short Barrel

What do we mean by Tiers?

After the bottle name, we have assigned a corresponding tier to each bottle. This is what they mean:

T1 = Tier 1 bottles

  • The most highly coveted and hardest to find bottles. Expect these bottles to gain in value in the years to come

T2 = Tier 2 bottles

  • These bottles are also highly coveted, but slightly easier to obtain. There is still a good chance their value will raise in the years to come

T3 = Tier 3 bottles

  • Although allocated, they can be found if you’re looking hard enough. Typically, there are multiple releases throughout the year or if there is just one release, it has a very high bottle count and is released nationwide.

The Retail Price is the price that stores, on average, are pricing their bottles at. Prices will vary shelf by shelf, but if you see a price that is substantially higher than the price we’ve listed as the retail price, that means that the store is trying to gain more profit from you, usually because they keep track of the secondary market too.

The Secondary Price was based on current bottle valuations as of November 2023. These prices may rise or fall over the next 12 months, but remain somewhat dormant for at least the next 6 months as releases begin to slow down.

13th Colony

Double Oaked Bourbon (Batch 2, 2023)

  • Retail – $200
  • Secondary – $540
  • Trending: Up

Angel’s Envy

Angel’s Envy Cask Strength Bourbon

  • Retail – $250
  • Secondary – $275
  • Trending: Down

Angel’s Envy Cask Strength Rye

  • Retail – $250
  • Secondary – $400
  • No Trends

Angel’s Envy Cask Strength Madeira Finished bourbon – T3

  • Retail – $250
  • Secondary – $350
  • No Trends

Bardstown Bourbon Company

Bardstown Bourbon Company Foursquare

  • Retail – $150
  • Secondary – No Secondary Value
  • Trending: Down

Collaboration Series – Carter

  • Retail – $150
  • Secondary – $225
  • No Trending Data due to new release

Barrell Craft Spirits

Barrell 10th Anniversary Bourbon – T3

  • Retail – $100
  • Secondary – $215
  • Trending – Up

Barrell Craft Spirits Gray Label Bourbon – T3

  • Retail – $150 
  • Secondary – No Secondary
  • Trending: Retail Prices took a big dive this year

Barrell Craft Spirits Gray Label Seagrass – T3

  • Retail – $150 
  • Secondary – No Secondary
  • Trending: Retail Prices took a big dive this year

Barrell Craft Spirits Gray Label Dovetail – T3

  • Retail – $150  
  • Secondary – No Secondary
  • Trending: Retail Prices took a big dive this year

Barrell Craft Spirits Gold Label Bourbon – T3

  • Retail – $300
  • Secondary – No Secondary
  • Trending: Retail Prices took a big dive this year

Barrell Craft Spirits Gold Label Seagrass – T3

  • Retail – $300  
  • Secondary – No Secondary
  • Trending: Retail Prices took a big dive this year

Barrell Craft Spirits Gold Label Dovetail – T3

  • Retail – $300  
  • Secondary – No Secondary
  • Trending: Retail Prices took a big dive this year

Barton Distillery

  • 1792 Full Proof (Store Pick) – T3
  • Retail – $55  
  • Secondary – $75+
  • Trending: Same

1792 Aged Twelve Years – T3

  • Retail – $60  
  • Secondary – $100+
  • Trending: Same

1792 Sweet Wheat – T3

  • Retail– $40  
  • Secondary – $90+
  • Trending: Same

Buffalo Trace / Age International

Buffalo Trace (Store Pick) – T3

  • Retail – $30
  • Secondary – $50+
  • Trending: Up

Buffalo Trace Kosher (Straight Rye, Rye Recipe or Wheat Recipe) – T3

  • Retail – $40
  • Secondary – $80
  • Trending: Same

Eagle Rare Single Barrel (Store Pick) – T3

  • Retail – $35
  • Secondary – $75+ (store dependent)
  • Trending – Up

EH Taylor Small Batch – T3

  • Retail – $40  
  • Secondary – $100
  • Trending – Same

EH Taylor Single Barrel – T3

  • Retail – $60
  • Secondary – $180
  • Trending – Down

EH Taylor Single Barrel (Store Pick) – T3

  • Retail – $80
  • Secondary – $225
  • Trending: Down

EH Taylor Straight Rye  – T3

  • Retail – $80
  • Secondary – $150
  • Trending: Down

EH Taylor Barrel Proof 2023 – T2

  • Retail – $80  
  • Secondary – $375
  • Trending: Down

Blanton’s Single Barrel (93 Proof US version) – T3

  • Retail – $55
  • Secondary – $100 (local deal) or $110 (shipped)
  • Trending: No Change

Blanton’s Single Barrel (Store Pick) – T3

  • Retail – $55
  • Secondary – $130
  • Trending: No Change

Blanton’s Gold (700ml and 750ml) – T3

  • Retail – Depending on country, retail could be as low as $80 and as high as $120
  • Secondary – $200 (700ml), $215 (750ml)
  • Trending: Down

Blanton’s Gold (Store Pick) – T3

  • Retail – $125
  • Secondary – $350
  • No Trends, first year of release
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Blanton’s Black or Green Label (700ml, 80 proof) – T3

  • Retail – Depending on Country, retail could be as low as $60 and as high as $100
  • Secondary – $150 for Green, $160 for Black
  • Trending: No Change

Blanton’s Straight From The Barrel (700ml and 750ml) – T2

  • Retail – 700ml Export could be as low as $80 and as high as $150. 750ml US bottle is $150
  • Secondary – $275.  Bottles with a proof over 130 can fetch as high as $350.
  • Trending: No Change

Hancock’s Reserve – T3

  • Retail– $90
  • Secondary – $105
  • Trending: Total Wine seems to have secured the vast majority of these.  They’ve raised the retail price accordingly, but the secondary remains more or less the same as last year.

Rock Hills Farm – T2

  • Retail – $60
  • Secondary – $300
  • Trending: Down

Elmer T. Lee – T2

  • Retail – $50
  • Secondary – $250
  • Trending: Down

Stagg Jr. (Batch 22A, 22B, 23A) – T3

  • Retail – $60
  • Secondary – $200
  • Trending: Down

Stagg Jr Single Barrel – T3

  • Retail – $90
  • Secondary – $275 (depends on the store that picked it)
  • Trending: Down

George T. Stagg BTAC 2023 – T1

  • Retail – $120  
  • Secondary – $950 (expect price to settle to $850 around February 2024)
  • Trending: Up

William Larue Weller BTAC 2023 – T1

  • Retail – $120
  • Secondary – $1600 (expect price to settle to $1450 around February 2024)
  • Trending: Up

Thomas H. Handy BTAC 2023 – T1

  • Retail – $120
  • Secondary – $700
  • Trending: Up

Sazerac 18 Year BTAC 2023 – T1

  • Retail – $120
  • Secondary – $1300+
  • Trending: Down
Eagle Rare 17 year flat

Eagle Rare 17 Year BTAC 2023 – T1

  • Retail – $120  
  • Secondary – $1600+
  • Trending: Down

Weller Special Reserve – T3

  • Retail – $23  
  • Secondary – $40
  • Trending: Same

Old Weller Antique 107 – T3

  • Retail – $50  
  • Secondary – $125
  • Trending: Up

Old Weller Antique 107 (Single Barrel) – T3

  • Retail – $50
  • Secondary – $175 (may depend on store that did the pick)
  • Trending: Up

Weller 12 Year – T3

  • Retail – $45
  • Secondary – $210
  • Trending: Down

Weller Single Barrel (Orange Label) – T2

  • Retail – $50
  • Secondary – $500
  • Trending: Down

Weller CYPB – T2

  • Retail – $60
  • Secondary – $450
  • Trending: Down

Weller Full Proof – T2

  • Retail – $55
  • Secondary – $200
  • Trending: Down

Weller Full Proof (Single Barrel) – T2

  • Retail – $60
  • Secondary – $225 (depends on the store that picked it)
  • Trending: Down

Daniel Weller Emmer Wheat – T2

  • Retail – $500
  • Secondary – $2,800
  • Trending: Down

Old Rip Van Winkle 10 year 2023 – T1

  • Retail –  $130
  • Secondary – $750
  • Trending: Down

Van Winkle Lot B 12 year 2023 – T1

  • Retail – $150
  • Secondary – $850
  • Trending: Down

Pappy Van Winkle 15 year 2023 – T1

  • Retail – $140
  • Secondary – $1800+
  • Trending: No Change

Pappy Van Winkle 20 year 2023 – T1

  • Retail – $200
  • Secondary – $2800+
  • Trending: No Change

Pappy Van Winkle 23 year 2023 – T1

  • Retail – $350
  • Secondary – $3800
  • Trending: No Change

Van Winkle Family Rye Reserve (2023) – T1

  • Retail – $120
  • Secondary – $1500
  • Trending: Down

Mister Sam 2023 Release

  • Retail – $250
  • Secondary – $1400
  • Trending: Down

Double Eagle, Very Rare – T1

  • Retail – unknown
  • Secondary – $10,000
  • Trending: No Change

Four Roses

Four Roses Private Selection (non-tier 6) – T3

  • Retail – $75
  • Secondary – $125
  • Trending: No Change

Four Roses Private Selection (Tier 6, O, K or V yeast strains OR proof above 125) – T3

  • Retail – $75
  • Secondary – $170
  • Trending: Down

Four Roses 135th Anniversary Limited Edition Small Batch 2023 – T1

  • Retail – $200
  • Secondary – $500
  • Trending: Up

Heaven Hill

Elijah Craig Barrel Proof (C923)– T3

  • Retail – $65
  • Secondary – $125
  • Trending: Up

Elijah Craig Single Barrel “Grenade” (200ml) -T3

  • Retail – $35
  • Secondary – $70
  • Trending: No Change

Elijah Craig Toasted Barrel Bourbon – T3

  • Retail – $55
  • Secondary – $80
  • Trending: No Change
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Elijah Craig 18 Year Old Single Barrel – T3

  • Retail – $130 
  • Secondary – $200
  • Trending: No Change

Evan Williams 10th Anniversary Gift Shop Release – T3

  • Retail – $100
  • Secondary – $265
  • Trending: Down

Evan Williams 23 Year Old Bourbon – T2

  • Retail – $250
  • Secondary – $650
  • Trending – Up

Henry McKenna Bottled in Bond Single Barrel – T3

  • Retail – $60
  • Secondary – $80
  • Trend: No Change

Larceny Barrel Proof (A123, B523, C923) – T3

  • Retail – $65
  • Secondary – $90
  • Trend: No Change

Old Fitzgerald 10 Year (Spring 2023) – T2

  • Retail – $150 
  • Secondary – $350
  • No Trends

Parker’s Heritage 10 Year Old Rye Whiskey (2023) – T2

  • Retail – $150
  • Secondary – $450
  • Trending: Down

William Heaven Hill 17 Year Old Bourbon (120 Proof) (Green Label) – T2

  • Retail – $250
  • Secondary – $600
  • Trending: Down

Heaven Hill Heritage Collection 20 Year Old Corn Whiskey (2023) – T2

  • Retail – $200
  • Secondary – $540+

High West

Midwinter’s Night Dram Act 11 – T3

  • Retail – $125
  • Secondary – $180
  • Trending: Down

High West + The Prisoner Collaboration – T3

  • Retail – $120
  • Secondary – $275 (expect to come down)
  • Trending: Down

High West Bourye 2023 – T3

  • Retail – $120
  • Secondary – $180

Jim Beam

Baker’s 13 Year Old Single Barrel – T3

  • Retail – $150
  • Secondary – $175
  • Trending: Down

Hardin’s Creek (Jacob’s Well) – T3

  • Retail – $150
  • Secondary – $250
  • Trending: Down

Hardin’s Creek (Clermont) – T3

  • Retail – $150
  • Secondary – $250
  • Trending: Down

Hardin’s Creek (Frankfort) -T3

  • Retail – $150
  • Secondary – $250
  • Trending: Down

Hardin’s Creek (Boston) – T3

  • Retail – $150
  • Secondary – $250
  • Trending: Down

Knob Creek Limited Edition 18 Year Old Bourbon – T3

  • Retail – $180
  • Secondary – $200
  • Trending: Down

Little Book Chapter 7 “In Retrospect” – T3

  • Retail – $125
  • Secondary – $200
  • Trending: Up

Little Book Chapter 7 “Curious Endeavors” – T3

  • Retail – $125
  • Secondary – 275
  • No Trends – First Year for a Boxed Version

Old Overholt 10 Year Old Cask Strength Rye Whiskey – T3

  • Retail – $100
  • Secondary – $160
  • Trending: Down

Jack Daniel’s

Jack Daniel’s Special Release Twice Barreled Rye Whiskey – T3

  • Retail – $75
  • Secondary – $175
  • Trending: Down

Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel Barrel Proof Tennessee Whiskey (Store Pick) – T3

  • Retail – $75
  • Secondary – $100
  • Trending: The Same

Jack Daniel’s Distiller’s Select Anejo Tequila Barrel Finish (2023 release) – T3

  • Retail – $45
  • Secondary – $70
  • No Trends

Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel Barrel Proof Rye Whiskey – T3

  • Retail: $75
  • Secondary – $100 (HAZMAT versions are $225)
  • No Trends

Jack Daniel’s 10 Year (2023 Batch 2) – T3

  • Retail – $75
  • Secondary – $150
  • Trending: The Same

Jack Daniel’s 12 Year (2023 Batch 1) – T3

  • Retail – $100
  • Secondary – $220
  • No Trends

Luxco / Lux Row

Lux Row Double Barreled – T3

  • Retail – $150 
  • Secondary – $230
  • Trending: No Change
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Blood Oath Pact 9 (Sherry Finished) 2023 – T3

  • Retail – $110
  • Secondary – $200
  • Trending: No Change

Maker’s Mark

Maker’s Mark Cellar Aged – T3

  • Retail – $175 
  • Secondary – $400
  • Trending: Down

Maker’s Mark Wood Finished Series BEP – T3

  • Retail – $75
  • Secondary – $100
  • Trending: No Change

Michter’s Distillery

Michter’s Toasted Barrel Rye Whiskey 2023– T2

  • Retail – $130
  • Secondary – $210
  • No Trending Data based on first release since 2020

Michter’s Barrel Strength Rye (2022, no 2023 was released) – T3

  • Retail – $90
  • Secondary – $200
  • Trending: Same

Michter’s Barrel Strength Bourbon 2023 – T2

  • Retail – $140
  • Secondary – $235
  • Trending: Down
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Michter’s 10 Year Bourbon – T2

  • Retail – $180
  • Secondary – $400 (for 23A bottles), $325 (for 23B thru 23H)
  • Trending: Up

Michter’s 10 Year Rye – T2

  • Retail – $190  
  • Secondary – $225
  • Trending – Down

Michter’s 20 Year Bourbon (2023)– T1

  • Retail – $750
  • Secondary – $3,800+
  • Trending: Up

Michter’s 25 Year Bourbon (2023) – T1

  • Retail – $1000
  • Secondary – (est.) $7500
  • Trending: Up

Bomberger’s Declaration Bourbon– T3

  • Retail – $110
  • Secondary  – $175
  • Trending: Same

Shenk’s Homestead Sour Mash Whiskey – T3

  • Retail – $75
  • Secondary – $150
  • Trending: Same

MGP / Ross & Squibb

Remus Repeal Reserve VII

  • Retail – $90
  • Secondary – $100
  • Trending: Down

Remus Gatsby 15 Year Cask Strength (2023)

  • Retail – $250
  • Secondary – $250
  • Trending: Down

Nelson Green Brier

Nelson Green Brier Honey – T3

  • Retail – $200
  • Secondary – $300
  • Trending: Down

Old Forester

Old Forester Birthday Bourbon 2023 – T1

  • Retail – $200
  • Secondary – $700
  • Trending: Down

Old Forester Single Barrel (Barrel Proof) Bourbon – T3

  • Retail – $70
  • Secondary – $120+ (Depending on pick)
  • Trending: Down

Old Forester The 117 Series (Extra Extra Old) 375ml – T3

  • Retail – $60
  • Secondary – $110
  • No Trends

Old Forester The 117 Series (Warehouse H) 375ml – T3

  • Retail – $60
  • Secondary – $120
  • No Trends

Old Forester The 117 Series (Bottled in Bond) 375ml – T3

  • Retail – $60
  • Secondary – $120
  • No Trends

Old Forester Single Barrel (Barrel Proof) Rye Whiskey – T3

  • Retail – $90
  • Secondary – $140
  • Trending: Down

Old Forester King Ranch Bourbon (Texas only release) – T3

  • Retail – $75
  • Secondary – $110
  • Trending: Down

Old Forester President’s Choice – T1

  • Retail – $150
  • Secondary – $850 (lower proof and younger) to $1000 (higher proof and older)
  • Trending: Up

King of Kentucky Single Barrels (Warehouse G, 16 years old) 2023 – T1

  • Retail – $250
  • Secondary – $1500+ (Short Barrels may go for more)
  • Trending: Same

Smoke Wagon

Private Barrel Rye Whiskey (Purple Wax, clear glass)

  • Retail – $90
  • Secondary – $125
  • Trending: Down

Starlight Distillery

Starlight Cigar Batch Rye Whiskey vertical

Starlight Cigar Batch Bourbon or Rye Whiskey

  • Retail – $80
  • Secondary – $140
  • Trending: Down

Whistlepig

Whistlepig Boss Hog X “The X Commandments” – T3

  • Retail – $650
  • Secondary – No Secondary Value, sometimes secondary value is lower than retail
  • Trending: Retail Value has increased, but secondary has not

Whistlepig Piggybank 10 Year Old Rye Whiskey – T3

  • Retail – $120
  • Secondary – $425
  • Trending: Up

Whistlepig 18 Year Double Malt – T3

  • Retail – $400
  • Secondary – $275
  • Trending: Down

Whistlepig 21 Year Malt Whiskey “Beholden” – T3

  • Retail – $800
  • Secondary – $875
  • Trending: Down

Wild Turkey

Wild Turkey Master’s Keep Voyage – T2

  • Retail – $275  
  • Secondary – $300
  • Trending: Down

Wild Turkey Generations – T2

  • Retail – $450
  • Secondary – $600
  • No Trends, first year of release

Wild Turkey 101 8 Year Old Export – T3

  • Retail – $40
  • Secondary – $100
  • Trending: No Changes

Wild Turkey 101 12 Year Old Export – T3

  • Retail – $70 or $120 depending on country
  • Secondary – $160
  • Trending: Down
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Russell’s Reserve 13 Year (LL/LC and LL/LE – Batch 4 and 5 – 2023) – T2

  • Retail – $150
  • Secondary – $250
  • Trending: Down

Russell’s Reserve Single Rickhouse (Camp Nelson F) – T2

  • Retail – $300
  • Secondary – $375
  • Trending: Up

Russell’s Reserve Single Barrel Bourbon – T3

  • Retail – $70
  • Secondary – $100+ depending on specific barrel and pick
  • Trending: Same

Willett / Kentucky Bourbon Distillers

Willett Rye Whiskey or Bourbon from their own distillery – T3

  • Retail – Usually $20 per year aged
  • Secondary – Usually $50 to $70 per year aged

Willett 8 Year Wheated Bourbon (Black Bottle, Purple Foil) – T3

  • Retail -$250
  • Secondary – $250
  • Trending: Down

Woodford Reserve

Woodford Reserve Master’s Collection Batch Proof (2023, 124.7 proof) – T3

  • Retail – $130
  • Secondary – $150
  • Trending: Down

Woodford Reserve Master’s Collection Sonoma Triple Finish – T3

  • Retail – $130
  • Secondary – $180
  • Trending: Down

Woodford Reserve Double XO Blend (700ml export version) – T3

  • Retail – $130
  • Secondary – $270
  • Trending: Down

Woodford Reserve Distiller Select Wheat Whiskey Bottled in Bond – T3

  • Retail – $40
  • Secondary – $95
  • No Trends

Kentucky-sourced Bourbon (from Undisclosed Distilleries)

Yellowstone Limited Edition (2023) – T3

  • Retail – $100
  • Secondary – $120

Blue Run (All 2023 bottlings)

  • Retail – $ varies
  • Secondary – No 2023 Blue Run Bottles have any secondary value

Hirsch Single Barrels (Willett sourced bourbon) – T3

  • Retail – $100
  • Secondary – $150

MGP-Sourced Bourbon

Joseph Magnus Cigar Blend (all 2023 releases, Batch 120 and up) – T3

  • Retail – $175
  • Secondary – $215+
  • Trending: Down

Mayor Pingree Various Age Stated Bourbon (7 to 15 years old) – T3

  • Retail – Varies
  • Secondary $25 per year aged
  • Trending: Same

Widow Jane Decadence – T3

  • Retail – $150
  • Secondary – $175
  • Trending: Down

Other Sourced Bourbon

  • Rare Character does not have a secondary
  • Old Carter does not have a secondary
  • Kentucky Owl does not have a secondary
  • 2XO does not have a secondary
  • Binder’s Stash does not have a secondary
  • World Whiskey Society does not have a secondary
  • Good Times does not have a secondary

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Wednesday 3rd of January 2024

I can’t thank you enough for this informative “book”. I know it’s only a guide and things will change, but it’s nice to have a reference with all the craziness out there.

Jon z

Wednesday 27th of December 2023

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Sunday 31st of December 2023

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Kevin

Sunday 24th of December 2023

Thanks for doing this. Bourbon newbie trying to wrap my head around all the crazy prices. In Boston nearly all the liquor stores have T1/T2 bottles of BTAC, Weller, EH Taylor, Blanton, Mitchter 10 etc all well above your secondary marks. I’m talking $250-$400 for Weller 12, $2k for WLW (for the couple that have it), etc. Seems like the Boston bourbon market is well above avg.

Bruce K

Thursday 14th of December 2023

Great work from a fellow Indy area bourbon enthusiast.

Bob

Saturday 25th of November 2023

Very informative Thanks for sharing