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Just a heads up, a few new beauties will be dropping this weekend...
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Any update Rob?
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This was my first weekend off in 3 months...got to hand with the kiddies for all of it and kind of got caught up. Back to the grind early this AM though. Here's the first:

https://yellowhookblog.wordpress.com/2016/03/21/things-we-love-new-zegna-cashmere/

http://yellowhook-ties.myshopify.com/products/zegna-100-cashmere-spring-gingham-six-fold

Enjoy. Have a few more coming this week. Fans of the color red will be happy...smile.gif
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Gorgeous new linen added, and the inspiration can be found here:

https://yellowhookblog.wordpress.com/2016/03/22/things-we-love-four-roses-bourbon-whiskey/ as well as a link to where it can be purchased. smile.gif
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Proud to say I waited until getting back from the gym to order that gem lol...may not actually qualify as self-restraint, but baby steps...

 

Edit: liked the WP write up as well. While I REALLY like Pappy, the pricing is a joke. Polished off an entire bottle of the 23 (thank Jeebus not on my dime) with the father of the bride at a recent wedding. Only have had to purchase the Reserve Rye, and, at $55/drink at a soft pour, I can comfortably say there's no way in hell it's worth it.

 

The smell, especially of the 23, is phenomenal though.


Edited by ericgereghty - 3/22/16 at 9:35am
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Rob - any experience with the Four Roses Astor Exclusive bottled for Astor Wine & Spirits. Curious if it's something worth considering.

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Proud to say I waited until getting back from the gym to order that gem lol...may not actually qualify as self-restraint, but baby steps...

Edit: liked the WP write up as well. While I REALLY like Pappy, the pricing is a joke. Polished off an entire bottle of the 23 (thank Jeebus not on my dime) with the father of the bride at a recent wedding. Only have had to purchase the Reserve Rye, and, at $55/drink at a soft pour, I can comfortably say there's no way in hell it's worth it.

The smell, especially of the 23, is phenomenal though.

The rye is my favorite of the line up, and at secondary probably the only one that justifies it's price. It's superb. And it isn't being released anymore, so it will only go up in value.

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Rob - any experience with the Four Roses Astor Exclusive bottled for Astor Wine & Spirits. Curious if it's something worth considering.

Anything Four Roses puts out is worth it. Is it cask strength or 50%? Not that it matters, but the cask strength can be any of 10 recipes, the 50% a classic OBSV.

Here's another Elliot Red, as the last one lasted a whopping 9 hours before selling out! This one is a gorgeous red cotton silk herringbone you may have seen me wearing samples of this winter back in the thread.

http://yellowhook-ties.myshopify.com/products/elliot-red-herringbone
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I definitely thought that the linen would stick around longer than it did...damn glad I didn't wait to kop!

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I definitely thought that the linen would stick around longer than it did...damn glad I didn't wait to kop!

It was an awesome looking tie and I waited too long.

 

I'm very impressed with the St. Pat's linen and am excited to see if any other linen ties make their appearance as spring rolls on.

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It was an awesome looking tie and I waited too long.

 

I'm very impressed with the St. Pat's linen and am excited to see if any other linen ties make their appearance as spring rolls on.

Agreed. Curious to see how it plays in real life, whether its LOUD red or more subdued, like a burgundy. My guess is it will fall somewhere in between, and closer to burgundy.

 

I don't think you'll be disappointed re: linen offerings..though I'll now have to keep my finger on trigger so I don't miss out on any :D

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YHN travels to Cuba. Three gorgeous MTO 100% linens - 'sunrise' yellow, 'seafoam' green, and 'shallow ocean' blue.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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That blue is magical
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MTO linen ties?  how?

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It's criminal for any YH neckties to touch the ground.  I'm hoping this is photoshopped.  

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Rob, when are you thinking shirts will go live?
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