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August 11, 2018 8:32 PM   Subscribe

I’m looking to drink Blantons bourbon in Seattle. Where do I go? I MUST TASTE IT AGAIN I will pay anything

Tasted Blantons bourbon this weekend at a McMinamins in Seaside, OR and it blew my mind. I’ve been an avowed whiskey tolerator, but I’m a believer now. However, it is nearly impossible to buy a bottle due to the objective fact of its deliciousness.

So! Seattlite mefites, help me out here. Do you know which bars/pubs/restaurants serve Blantons? Is there some listserve out there where a notification goes out when it comes into stock at BevMo/WineNM? HELP ME not only must I drink this again, I’m also interested in impressing the person who introduced me to it by finding it swiftly ;)
posted by zinful to Food & Drink (4 answers total)
 
Canon serves it, according to their menu

F3 blanton's $12
R4 blanton's special reserve (green) 40% $26
R1 blanton's gold $59
RC blanton's straight from the barrel #885 63.8% $44
RC blanton's straight from the barrel #1621 65.15% $44
RC blanton's straight from the barrel #1622 65.3% $44
RC blanton's straight from the barrel #1623 65.15% $44
RC blanton's straight from the barrel #1624 65.15% $44
RC blanton's straight from the barrel #1629 64.6% $44
posted by Gorgik at 8:51 PM on August 11, 2018 [1 favorite]


Good stuff. Brouwer's in Fremont usually has it; it's on their website.
posted by Sunburnt at 2:47 AM on August 12, 2018 [1 favorite]


The Whisky Bar also lists Blanton’s Single Barrel on their menu: https://www.thewhiskybar.com/whisky.html
posted by Cogito at 2:01 PM on August 12, 2018 [1 favorite]


Also most good liquor stores will likely have the standard Blanton's. It's a fairly common bottle (though the special reserve/gold/straight from the barrel versions are much harder to find).
posted by craven_morhead at 8:55 AM on August 13, 2018 [1 favorite]


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