1792 Sweet Wheat
A well balanced bourbon with delicate body. Notes of vanilla and caramel are complimented by a touch of white oak tannins. This is further mingled with dried fruit to deliver a richly smooth flavor.
Aces High Bourbon
The Beverage Testing Institute had this to say about our whiskey; "aromas of sour cream frosting, caramel yogurt, faint anise pastry with a supple, dry-yet-fruity medium body and a butter cream, licorice, tea leaf, and peppercorn finish. A wooly and lactic whiskey for Irish coffee-type drinks." We recommend drinking Aces High Bourbon Whiskey straight up or on the rocks to get the most out of its flavor. It is also delightful with a touch of ginger ale or in coffee inspired drinks!
Amador Distillery Bourbon
American Prairie Reserve Bourbon
Angel’s Envy Kentucky Straight Bourbon if finished in port wine casks for an award winning spirit. We painstakingly oversee every step of the aging process, guiding each batch’s conditioning. We blend our handcrafted bourbon in small batches of 8 to 10 barrels at a time, and typically age it for up to 6 years. While we lose about 5% of the spirit each year to evaporation, or “the Angel’s Share,” what’s left behind after we’re done is truly worthy of envy.
Once it’s deemed ready, we finish the spirit in ruby port wine casks, adding subtle nuances that enhance the flavor without challenging it. Our port finishing process lasts between three to six months depending on taste. We use 60-gallon ruby port barrels made from French oak and imported directly from Portugal. This creates a whiskey of unprecedented smoothness, sweetness and balance.
B & E Bourbon
Bear Gully Classic Bourbon
"The Classic" has bite and energy which enriches the palate. Its cut green corn leaf gives it depth and a memorable nutty finish.
Big Ass Bourbon
It's this commitment to fine breeding that prompted the development of a refined, strong bourbon with a gentle flavor aimed at pleasing even the most discriminating bourbon enthusiast. Small batched in 6-9 barrel batches in Bardstown, Kentucky, at 90 proof strength.
Big Bottom Small Batch
The complexity of the whiskey contains spicy undertones of cloves and allspice entwined with honeysuckle. The pleasing balances of spice create a long smooth finish. Not only can this American Straight Bourbon be enjoyed neat, it also is an incredible base spirit for any whiskey cocktail.
Big House Straight Bourbon Whiskey
Nose: Butterscotch, caramel and vanilla. Palate: Rich, bold flavors of maple syrup and pecan balanced by light nuances of fig and black pepper. Finish: Long, smooth caramel and vanilla balanced by coffee bean and spicy clove.
Bird Dog Bourbon has an elaborate medley of corn, malted barley and rye that formulates into a distinctive gentle bourbon. With many layers of distinction, Bird Dog Bourbon flourishes with light undertones of honey and golden raisins which is complimented by the richness of caramelized wood sugar. Aged in traditional charred white oak bourbon barrels and bottled at 80 proof, Bird Dog Bourbon is an extremely enjoyable bourbon.
Blanton's Single Barrel
Blue Corn Bourbon
This soft, slightly sweet bourbon is meant to be sipped but also makes a wonderful cocktail.
Booker's Small Batch
Booker took great care in crafting his bourbon, and the Booker's Bourbon bottle even features a label written in Booker Noe's own handwriting.
Vanilla, honey, a hint of molasses, dark chocolate and just a whiff of campfire smoke. Spicy cinnamon balanced by honey underneath with vanilla and a touch of molasses cookies. Wood, corn and lovely hot spices. Deep complex barrel notes with just a hint of corn mustiness. Earthy nose. Ash, campfires, smoky. Palate is balanced and spicy.
Calumet Farm Bourbon Whiskey
Colonel Charles Goodnight was a force to be reckoned with when the west was still being won. As an iconic cowboy, he blazed the historic Goodnight-Loving Trail from Texas to Colorado, driving scores of cattle thousands of miles over dusty plains and snow-packed passes. As a Texas Ranger lawman, he doled out vigilante justice to protect ranchers from rustlers and outlaws. But Goodnight had a head for commerce too, building towns as well as businesses. This premium Small Batch Bourbon harnesses the unique character of this legendary man. Unflappable, unforgettable and one of a kind.
Goodnight Small Batch Premium Bourbon is made from a marriage of hand-selected, six year old barrels. It has a markedly gentle, yet bountiful, aroma of vanilla and caramel, with trails of honey and spice on the palate and smoky tobacco on the finish.
This bourbon is made form a mash of 70% corn from LeClaire, 20% wheat and 10% unmalted barley from Reynolds, IL. It is aged for one year in newly charred 30 gallon oak barrels, about half the size of a traditional whiskey barrels.
Cody Road Bourbon is a flavor and aroma experience unlike any other. Enjoy sweetness of corn, light fruit from wheat and a grassy, nutty finish from the unmalted barley. Vanilla and caramel from the oak dance around the sweet grain.
We source our Bourbon from craft southern-state distillers after it has aged four years in new charred oak barrels, imparting notes of vanilla, caramel and fruit to create a unique spirit. The final step is to rectify, or finish, the connoisseur grade bourbon.
Colorado Gold Bourbon
Colorado Straight Bourbon
Our Colorado straight bourbon is light, aromatic and most importantly, hand-numbered.
Copper City Bourbon
Its notes of caramel and vanilla are noticeable, yet smooth, and we're sure you'll appreciate the balance that comes from just the right amount of maturity. We're not pretentious, enjoy neat, or throw a couple rocks in if you wish, just enjoy it with the same free spirit it was created with.
CW Irwin Bourbon
Named for the brother of Oregon Spirit Distillers"owner - CW Irwin Straight Bourbon is proud and lively, yet undeniably smooth much like it's namesake. Enjoy CW Irwin Straight Bourbon neat, on the rocks or in your favorite cocktail.
Dancing Pines Bourbon
After distillation this spirit is matured in the finest American white oak casks for a smooth character.
Devil's Share Bourbon
A touch of rye gives it a nice spicy kick on the finish.
Distilled the old-fashioned way; hand crafted in small batches and aged in new hand built heavily charred American Oak barrels. A selection of 5 to 10 year old whiskeys are chosen barrel by barrel and blended by hand before the DUKE Bourbon reaches the bottle, and ultimately, you.
E.H. Taylor, Jr. Barrel Proof
E.H. Taylor, Jr. Single Barrel
E.H. Taylor, Jr. Small Batch
Eagle Rare 17 year
Early Times 354 Bourbon
Elijah Craig 12 Year
Elijah Craig 18 Year
Elijah Craig Single Barrel
The whiskey offers depth and complexity while still perfectly maintaining the delicate balance between barrel and distillate.
Elmer T. Lee
Ezra Brooks Single Barrel
Few Spirits Bourbon Whiskey
The streets that once echoed the voice of Temperance, have a new-found spirit. Visit the distillery that overturned century-old prohibition laws to bring the finest, most extraordinary small-batched spirits to the most extraordinary few.
This spirit, distilled through timeless liquor-making techniques, utilizes a three-grain recipe that infuses generations of Southern tradition with the spiciness of northern rye and a touch of malt for smoothness. FEW is hand-crafted through a small-batch process in charred oak barrels to age its bourbon whiskey.
The tighter grain and subtle flavor profile of these older French oak barrels adds a degree of elegance and finesse to the finished whiskey- nothing overpowering, but a layer of stylish complexity that really pulls all the components together.
Smooth, but robust from aging, every taste stays true to barrels of white oak and the promise of perfection in a Colorado Bourbon.
Four Roses Bourbon
Four Roses Single Barrel
Four Roses Small Batch
Garrison Brothers Bourbon
The original vintage had a rich velvety nose of caramel, butterscotch, vanilla, nutmeg, and coconut. But the real character was revealed in the finish-long, smooth, and buttery, like warm caramelized sugar crackling and melting across your tongue. This bourbon should be savored slowly, at bottle proof, perhaps with a little water or soda, but never with cola or lemon-lime soda. If you're mixing it with something like that, you really shouldn't be buying our bourbon.
George T. Stagg
Graniac 9 Grain Bourbon
The oats and buckwheat add more mouthfeel, while the quinoa, spelt, and triticale add a nutty and earthy component to taste.
In 1775, the Leestown settlement was established along the banks of the Kentucky River by Willis and Hancock Lee. Soon this became a well-known shipping port for tobacco, hemp and whiskey. The Single Barrel Bourbon Whiskey pays tribute to the pioneering spirit of Hancock Lee.
This Single Barrel bourbon whiskey is deep amber in color. The nose is light and sweet with traces of mango and papaya. The body is full and the palate shows a nice balance of honey, clover, fruit and a dash of spice. The finish is long and warm.
Henry McKenna Single Barrel
Hudson Baby Bourbon
This unique aging process produces a mildly sweet, smooth spirit with hints of vanilla and caramel.
Hudson Four Grain Bourbon
The grains are perfectly suited one to the others so that the end result balances the soft richness of corn, the sharp peppery notes of rye, all the smooth subtlety of wheat and the sweetness of malted barley. Each bottle is hand numbered.
The I.W. HARPER brand has taken a long and remarkable journey, with one important chapter of course being Prohibition. Vital to this era, and throughout whiskey's heyday, were the vehicles commonly used for transporting goods, including spirits. The I.W. HARPER 1928 Ford Model A, located at the Stitzel-Weller Distillery in Louisville, Kentucky, gives a nod to the brand's premium quality withstanding the test of time.
Beginning with a subtle nose, I.W. HARPER Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey leaves traces of caramel and vanilla on entry before melting into velvety bursts of wood and spice. The finish is sweet and pleasant with subtle fruit notes.
J.P. Trodden Bourbon
Our taste is on the nose, bold, and rich with an inviting spiciness and caramel, oak, anise and stone fruit left on the palate.
Opens sweet, with light caramel and vanilla flavors and, later, a slight woody char.
John B. Stetson
From a legendary icon of American individuality and character comes the spirit that is uniquely American.
A guarded recipe yields this fine sipping bourbon, distilled from native American corn, locally sourced barley, rye, and wheat. This bourbon has a sweet oaky aroma layered with woody flavors, and finishes with hints of vanilla and caramel.
John J. Bowman
John Myer Bourbon
John Myer bourbon is produced at Myer Farm Distillers in Ovid, New York.
Johnny Drum Black Label
Johnny Drum Green Label
Johnny Drum Private Stock
Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey
Kings County Bourbon
Kings County Distillery’s Bourbon is made from New York State organic corn and malted barley from the U.K., and aged in new, American oak charred barrels. It is characterized by a rich aroma of fresh corn, balanced with the sweet caramelized oak sap from small casks.
It has a very strong sweet base with flavors of vanilla and caramel, a deep molasses taste to the middle notes, and leaves a smooth finish with hints of cinnamon and autumn spices.
Knob Creek is crafted in limited quantities, aged 9 years and placed in only the deepest charred American Oak barrels to fully draw out the natural sugars. Then we bottle it at an honest 100 proof to reflect the flavor, strength and patience that defined pre-prohibition whiskey.
Lewis Redmond Bourbon
Mashbill No. 9 Bourbon
We age in new charred barrels and finish in local chardonnay casks, which gives the bourbon a round, buttery finish.
Most Righteous Bourbon
Neversweat Bourbon Whiskey, with its richness of body and depth of flavor, will make you understand why even immigrants who didn't speak a word of English asked for The Neversweat by name.
Born of corn mash, blended to perfection and bottled in small batches; Nor'Easter mixes rich, sweet flavors with warm, full bodied aromas of the hearth.
Old Bardstown Estate Bottled
Made with a "whisper of wheat" instead of the more traditional rye grain, Old Fitzgerald offers a unique and well-loved taste profile. Today, Master Distillers Parker and Craig Beam have preserved the traditional formula and techniques, while adding the benefits of seven generations of Bourbon distilling expertise.
Old Forester is richer in rye than most bourbons, resulting in a uniquely full, rich, genuine character.