Bourbon whiskey is a thing of beauty, one of the most popular styles of whiskies around. Famously It even survived prohibition in the United States, today theres some really great producers out there making some top bourbon. The choice of grains used to make bourbon must contain at least 51% corn. There is also no artificial colouring allowed.
Named after the year that Kentucky become a state in 1792, Ridgemont Riserve is a kentucky straight bourbon that is very pleasant, spicy and rich. A perfect bourbon to enjoy on ice. Jim Murrays Whisky Bible 2014 - WINNER - Bourbon - 9 Years and Under
Aged for a minimum of eight years, this bourbon earned a score of 95 points, tying Pappy Van Winkle’s 23 Year Old Bourbon, at the Ultimate Spirits Challenge in 2012.
Bakers 7 year old is a great small-batch bourbon made using a particular kind of yeast, which the family of Jim Beam have utilised over the past fifty plus years. An awesome well-aged bourbon, ideal for after dinner purposes.
Blanton's Gold Edition is a single barrel bourbon from the buffalo Trace distillery, made from a mashbill containing rye, corn and malted barley. You cant go too far wrong here if your a fan of bourbon.
Blanton's is Buffalo Trace’s connoisseurs brand, and has great appeal to fans of single barrel bourbon. Blanton’s Straight From The Barrel is the prime example of what has made this range so popular: cask strength bourbon. This particular release was drawn from barrel number 53.
The latest limited edition of Blood Oath Bourbon is pact No 4 and is bottled by Lux Row distillers and rumoured to be sourced from the Heaven Hill distillery and is a mash bill of Three Kentucky straight Bourbons aged for 9, 10 and 12 years.
Booker's is a bourbon lovers dream - small batch, cask strength and relatively affordable. Distilled at the Jim Beam distillery, this 2018 edition weighs in at an impressive 63.7% or 127.4 proof, after being aged for 6 years and 3 months...
A popular and ubiquitous whiskey, Bulleit Bourbon is certainly the go-to brand for many. Its mash bill is: 68% corn, 28% rye and 4% malted barley, before the whiskey spent a decade in oak casks. A solid and moreish Bourbon with a good finish at this price level.
A great entry level Kentucky Straight Bourbon with a mashbill of 68% corn, 28% rye and 4% malted barley. This used to be made at the Four Roses distillery but this frontier Whiskey will soon have a home of its own due to the ongoing success of this Diageo owned brand.