I recently tried Larceny Bourbon and found it interesting.
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Larceny was hand selected by our Master Distillers to have a taste profile of a six-year-old Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey. Made with wheat as the secondary grain, instead of the traditional rye, Larceny...
The best value bop kit I have owned is the Mapex Meridian Manhattan Maple bop kit. 100% maple shells, nicely built, beautiful finish , and sounds great. They sold for around $650.00 new and have been discontinued a few years ago. Find one used and you will be impressed.
The 29er is perfect for what you described. This is why I went 29er and not 27.5+. The 29" wheels roll fast, light in weight but don't ride as nice as plus tires in the rough stuff. I ended up with the S build from Colorado Cyclist for less than the R build. They had a smokin good price on the D...
Back in 2002 Spaun drums were all the rage on the old RMMP newsgroup so I ordered a large set. Great drums, flawless build, sound amazing. My musical style has changed and the kit doesn't get played as I have several other kits I enjoy. I would love to sell them but resale is lousy.
My first quality kit was my 70's Slingerland chrome over wood double bass drum kit. It's long gone but well remembered. The 22,13,16,14sn WMP kit was restored, enjoyed and eventually sold. Last is a nice 20,12,16 players kit that I still own. Slingerlands's were great drums at a fair price!
I have a set of Baldwin era SSB drums that had horrible edges from the factory. I re-cut the edges using a 45* bit and a 1/8" round over bit after leveling the shells. I couldn't justify buying an expensive 30* 1/2" shank bit so I used what I already had. The edges turned out great