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.
Pappy Van Winkle's 20 year old bourbon from the Family Reserve range isn't a whiskey we see too much of nowadays. A top bourbon from Old Rip Van Winkle.
A small batch Bourbon that is produced by the Willett distillery and contains Whisky aged between four and twenty years of age. A lush and rich Bourbon that is bottled at natural cask strength of 57.1% abv.
Basil Hayden's bourbon from Kentucky Springs Distilling Co. hails back to 1796, at this point Kentucky was but four years old and George Washington was president. A smooth Kentucky Straight bourbon that remains true to the old...
From the oldest licensed distillery in Houston, this Texas bourbon is made from a mashbill of 100% corn in pot stills. Produced in small batches, each bottle is hand numbered after being matured in American oak.
Legent is a unique Bourbon that is a collaboration between two Whisky making legends. Fred Noe, master distiller at Jim Beam and Shinji Fukuyo, Suntory's master blender have created a Bourbon that has been aged for at least 4 years in virgin American white oak and packed with plenty of spice and fruit character.
The latest single barrel offering from the Buffalo Trace distillery under the ever popular Blanton's label. Barrel #304 is bottled at 46.5%, and created from a mashbill of corn, rye and malted barley...
The latest single barrel offering from the Buffalo Trace distillery under the ever popular Blanton's label. Barrel #305 is bottled at 46.5%, and created from a mashbill of corn, rye and malted barley...