We haven't hit this topic in awhile:
Finishing off a fifth of J.W.Dant BiB tonight. At $13 a fifth this one needs to find it's way to your house. A nice inexpensive Bourbon.
Recently I finished off Knappogue Castle 12 Year Old Single Malt Irish Whiskey and at $40 I thought it was a bit overpriced.
We had a local Bourbon group pick of Smooth Ambler Old Scout 107 American Whiskey and at $35 it was just ok. Would not go out of my way to get another.
Uncle Nearest 1856 Premium Whiskey has a great story and is tasty, but it is not $60 tasty, more like $40 tasty. If you find it cheap pick it up, but at normal pricing it's not worth the coin.
1792 Full Proof has been getting press as of late and they are well deserved. At $45 it's one you should pick up if you see it on the shelf.
Working on two local Bourbon group Single Barrel picks from Old Elk. They were $62 each and one is 106 proof while the other is 108 proof. They are decidedly different and the jury is still out on whether I love them or think they might be a tad bit too sweet. These were the first two Single Barrel Old Elks to come into NC. The distiller for Old Elk was at MGP for years. It's good, just still trying to figure out if I would shell out the coin again or not. I'm on the fence.