Bottom shelf from Buffalo Trace, $11.95 every day. Ancient (to kindergarteners) at 3 years in oak. But that's a lot better than many of its shelf-mates, and it's been around since 1946, so why not? Light in color, medium legs. Nose is light vanilla floral, sweet corn, and a little ethanol. Thin dry and dusty, lightly sour at first brush. Some vanilla, little to no body or depth. Sweeter as it finishes, but that's not long coming or staying. As one of the "Olds" (Old Grand Dad, Old Crow, Early Times, Old Tub, etc) this leaves something to be desired, but there you go. So mixing this seems appropriate. Equal parts AA, ice, and ginger ale (no more, no less) works. Or pick your own soda of choice, but... do use more AA than soda. Way better than taking ivermectin (DON'T!!!).