Imagine finding cases and cases of Pre-Prohibition whiskey in a secret vault in your house. I'll tell the story, and Col. E.H. Taylor's whiskey goes home.
The Los Angeles Times called it the wettest city in America in 1919. It's founder left a lasting legacy and an amazing collection of whiskey.
While out in California hunting down Pre-Prohibition whiskey, I had the opportunity to talk to Seth about Broken Barrel, Mizunara Oak, Edgar Allen Poe, and the Isle of Peat.