My parents bought some of this stuff when they were in town visiting, and then didn't bother to bring it back with them when they left town. It's very affordable (much less expensive than more commonly known bourbons) and still very good quality stuff. I made the mistake of putting the ice in afterwards, making the glass show splash marks, which are bad for a good clean-looking photo-shoot.
Tonight is Monday night and not a work night - got the day off tomorrow because of a special WV gubernatorial election. I don't normally drink during the school year, but I happened to notice this still sitting on the bar, and, well, I haven't had any form of liquor in about a year, so I figured I'd give it a try.
If you like bourbon, give this a try; you'll notice that you can spend a lot less money and still get a damn good drink. Want to impress/surprise/shock people? Pour it into a decanter and ask people what they think it is, including asking what they think a bottle of it costs. It's a good way to show whiskey snobs that it's the palate, not the ego, that determines what good stuff is.