Named after Baker Beam, grand nephew of the legendary Jim Beam, Baker's Bourbon is seven-years-old and hand-bottled at 107 proof.
These whiskey stocks were discovered in old warehouses at the Stitzel-Weller facility in Louisville, Ky.
Produced by the Beam company, Basil Hayden's is the lightest style of small batch Kentucky Straight Bourbon. Sweet and soft, this is great for your favorite cocktail or to be sipped over a couple of cubes on a warm southern summers day.
Taken from the center-cut or middle sections of the famous Warehouse H, Blanton's Original was once designated for ambassadors, dignitaries, and Colonel Blanton's family and friends.
Only released four times a year, this small batch bourbon packs a punch at varying strengths (close to 120 proof!). Booker Noe, the 7th generation master blender lends his name to this exquisite 8 year old bourbon.
Burnished gold in color, this bourbon brings a range of aromas to the nose: honey, vanilla, oak, toffee and a suggestion of coriander are all there.
Bulleit Bourbon is made by following the small-batch technique inspired by Augustus Bulleit over 150 years ago. Only the highest quality ingredients are used.
Named for Colonel E H Taylor, an early owner of the Buffalo Trace distillery who helped shape the bourbon production process, it uses an adaptation of his old recipe and methods to give an old fashioned, great tasting bourbon.
A top-quality single barrel bourbon from Buffalo Trace, the Eagle Rare 10 year old is deliciously fragrant and woody, and has to be one of the best bargains available in this price range.
Bottled exclusively from a dumping of 70 barrels or less, the brand carries the name of the Rev. Elijah Craig, the man who discovered the method of making true Kentucky Bourbon when he stored his wares in barrels that had been charred in a fire.
This Elijah Craig 21year old single barrel bottle is a rare treat from this distillery and replaces the 20 year old limited bottle of 2012. Bottled at 45% abv. this fantastic bourbon is testament to the hard working folks at Heaven Hill Distillery.
Named after Master Distiller Emeritus Elmer T. Lee, this whiskey is hand selected and bottled to the taste and standards of Elmer T. Lee himself. Perfectly balanced and rich, as declared by the man who knows how great bourbon should taste.
A premium Single Barrel Bourbon with a taste you'll want to savor again and again. Complex, full bodied and surprisingly smooth with a delicate long finish that's unbelievably mellow.
Another release of Four Roses's small batch. The recipe used to make this is selected by Master Distiller Jim Rutledge from the 10 recipes that go into their whiskeys - a genius little drop!
A worldwide favorite, especially when creating mixed drinks with a sophisticated, contemporary flair. Hints of pear and apple compliment floral aromas and mix with a taste of honey and spice. Smooth and mellow with a unique, long and soft finish.
Deep amber in color. Aromas of oak and corn. An assertive finish softened with flavors of maple.
With deeper, more assertive flavors and an incredibly smooth finish, No. 12, a classic 90-proof Dickel whisky, combines older whiskies selected by Master Distiller John Lunn to create a richness that maintains Dickel's signature smooth finish.
Barrels of Old No. 8 are aged to perfection.
This upstate New York distillery is a delight to visit.
Bottled at an age of between 4 and 6 years old, Hirsch small batch reserve kentucky straight bourbon delivers notes of sweet ripe fruits, vanilla and oak tannin. Delicious whiskey.
Jefferson's 'very small batch' bourbon - distilled from corn, rye and malted barley, matured and then bottled from vattings of 8-12 barrels of various ages.
Inspired by the original Jefferson’s Ocean, which was new-filled bourbon barrels, the Jefferson’s Ocean: Aged at Sea takes older bourbon barrels and brings it around the world.
A very Small Batch bourbon from Jefferson's aged longer than its stablemates for an extra slab of spicy complexity.
Sweet and easy to drink on ice. Another whisky liqueur that slides down almost too easily!
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