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1792 Ridgemont Reserve is a distinctively smooth, handcrafted small-batch bourbon, patiently aged 8 years in new charred oak barrels. This 93.7 proof Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey was named for the year Kentucky became a state. Rich and velvety, with smooth flavors of vanilla and caramel, it’s the perfect bourbon for toasting any special occasion.

Product of Kentucky
Alcohol by Volume: 46.85%

$49.99

43.3% alc./vol.

Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey Finished in Port Wine Barrels

Rich and robust aromas, caramelized fruits, chocolates and a smoky undertone.

$89.99
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KY, USA- Finished in Caribbean rum casks that result in a reddish amber pour with aromas of sweet butterscotch and toasted notes of vanilla that mingle well with hints of spice, dark fruits and sherry that lead into buttery rum flavors with some raisin and cherry in the background.
$51.99

Baby Blue is a unique corn whisky made from atole, a roasted blue corn meal. We use this rich and nutty corn to produce a whisky that we hope will bring something new to the corn whisky tradition. Baby Blue isn’t bourbon nor white lightning. It has the freshness and verve of traditional corn whisky but with a refined complexity. The result is a round nuttiness and roasty overtones with a smooth finish. Baby Blue was the first Texas whisky on the market since prohibition, and is the only blue corn whisky in the world. It is the only craft-made whisky to have received a 5-star rating from F. Paul Pacult’s Spirit Journal other than Balcones “1” Texas Single Malt.

$72.99

 

A unique style of malt whisky — Texas made, Texas proud. Balcones Texas Malt Whisky is born of hundreds of years of distilling tradition transformed by a deep sense of place. Mellow notes of sauteed pears and ripe fruit mixed with a lingering toasty malt character. We are very excited that this whisky which we have worked so hard to produce is finally ready to release. We hope you enjoy it.

 

 

 

 

 

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Recently Ewan Morgan, Diageo’s Master of Whiskey—a title he seems born to, having grown up in Speyside, Scotland, where his father was a manager at Highland Park and his grandfather a brewer at Cardu—was tipped off to the riches that lay in the rickhouse at the company’s Stitzel-Weller distillery in Louisville, Kentucky. Turns out that Stitzel-Weller manager Andrea Wilson had some brilliant orphans on her hands—barrels of 26- and 20-year-old Kentucky straight whiskeys that, through happenstance, had never been bottled. Forthwith, Diageo created Orphan Barrel a new series of “found” one-off whiskeys.

The first release is Barterhouse barreled in 1993 at the defunct Bernheim distillery, the bourbon was aged in the middle and lower shelves of the Stitzel-Weller rickhouse. Brewed from 86 percent corn, it has a buttery sweetness, but with a dry, peppery kick from the 8 percent barley and 6 percent rye that complete the mashbill. This is as close as you’ll get to Pappy 20 in today’s market!

$43.99

40% alc./vol.

Basil Hayden’s is unique in that it utilizes twice as much rye. This abundance of rye gives it a slightly peppery taste and aroma, perfect for sipping on the rocks. Aged eight years at a relatively mild 80 proof, Basil Hayden’s has a broad appeal and is delicious in mixed cocktails.

$39.99
  • High Rye Content
  • 90.4 proof is the ideal sweet spot for depth of character
  • Small batch – 4 hand-selected barrels per batch

Tasting Notes

  • Nose: Maple syrup and caramel with floral fragrances and a citrus zest
  • Palate: Caramel and vanilla with bold rye spice and hints of apricot
  • Finish: Long, smooth finish with mellow cherry and plum notes accented by cinnamon, all without the burn found in other 90 proof bourbons

 

$79.99

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$59.99

63.95% alc./vol.

Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey

Booker’s Bourbon delivers a range of intense flavors from oak tannin and smoky vanilla to lighter tones of mocha and coffee. Add spring water to customize the taste and finish to your palate. The complexity provided by this straight-from-the-barrel bourbon makes Booker’s the rarest, absolute best bourbon you’ll ever taste.

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