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This release from Laws uses a heirloom strain of barley that has been revived. It has been maturing for 5 years in 53-gallon charred oak barrels. It has aromas of apple blossom, honey and toasted oats. The palate offers fresh apple, sugar biscuits, seagrass and sweet pipe tobacco.
This Kentucky straight bourbon whisky from Basil Hayden has rich notes of charred oak and sweet notes of vanilla and caramel. The palate moves into notes of brown sugar, black pepper, and dried fruits. The finish lingers on notes of charred oak and dried fruit.
Bernheim Original Kentucky Straight Wheat Whiskey is the first truly new variety of American straight whiskey introduced since Prohibition. It is the first whiskey to use winter wheat as its primary grain creating a soft, sweet dram with flavours of honey, vanilla and creamy toffee.
Due to its especially high rye content, Bulleit Bourbon has a bold, spicy character with a finish that's distinctively clean and smooth with flavours of maple wood, toffee and nutmeg.
Great value for a whisky with a 20 year age statement on it which is smooth, soft and lightly spiced - everything you would expect from Canadian Club. Makes for a fantastic gift for fans of Canadian Whisky too.
This Canadian Club has been maturing in char-treated American Oak barrels for eight years. It has notes of English toffee, mellow oak, and nutmeg.
This is true Canadian classic 12 year old. Blended then aged for 12 years in oak barrels, this has a full yet smooth character with hints of spice and vanilla. Canadian Club Classic's quality is exemplified in the winning of a double-gold medal at the prestigious 2003 San Francisco World Spirits Competition. It is the perfect whisky to enjoy by itself or as part of a classic cocktail.
A classically smooth bourbon made at the Heaven Hill distillery in Kentucky, rich in vanilla oak with a hint of spiciness.
Heaven Hill 'old style' bourbon is, as the name suggests, a good old fashioned 'straight' Bourbon with a minimum age of two years. It is spicy, leathery and oaky, with a touch of fruit and citrus.
Jim Beam's small batch was originally created just for the Australian and New Zealand market, made from small batches of casks of bourbon, combined with the unique addition of Tawny Port to the vatting, adding a sweeter and more rich flavour to the classic Jim Beam taste.
When Booker Noe fathered the small batch movement over two decades ago, he created Knob Creek to restore the standards of pre-prohibition bourbon. The result is an undeniably big, full flavor that strikes your senses with a maple sugar aroma, distinctive sweetness and a rich, woody, caramel flavor with a long, smooth finish.
Larceny is a brand new bourbon to hit the shelves, coming from the Old Fitzgerald distillery (Heaven Hill) from small batches of six year old Kentucky Straight Bourbon casks. Larceny's mashbill features wheat as its secondary grain, making it softer and smoother compared to the more peppery rye-heavy bourbons. The nose is immediately toffee'd, with fresh bread, vanilla and butterscotch. The palate is rich in mouthfeel, with more caramel and buttery flavours, leading into a long finish. Please note this is a 750ml bottle.
Legent is a Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey partially finished in wine and sherry casks. It's a collaboration between two whiskey legends Fred Noe & Shinji Fukuyo and two unique styles of whiskey making. On your palate it starts like a bourbon - rich, warm and oaky. Then, like Japanese whisky it boasts complex layers and a long smooth finish.
Maker's Mark is the world's only bourbon made in small quantities of less than 20 barrels per batch. Starts with a fruity and rich nose with lovely notes of spiced honey and mixed peels, a little malmsey, hazelnut and a touch of cut fruit. The Palate is Rich and full. There are notes of rye and spice and a little nut. Enjoy notes of butterscotch and dry oak spice to finish.
From Michter's Distillery in famed whisky town of Louisville, Kentucky comes this small batch bourbon which is vatted from not more than 24 charred American white oak barrels and distilled in pot stills. It has a rich caramel character, vanilla spiciness, and perhaps a touch of smoke.
This highly regarded American whiskey from Michter's in Louisville, Kentucky cannot technically be called Bourbon as it has been matured in Bourbon-soaked white oak barrels rather than new/virgin oak. Very fruity, with balaneced sweetness, there are flavours of butterscotch and toffee, hints of vanilla and dried fruit notes leading to a smooth, mellow finish.
Old Forester 86 Proof is made in the same classic style originated by George Garvin Brown in 1870. Twice-distilled and crafted using a precise grain recipe of corn, rye and malted barley which results in a richer, fuller style with flavours of nutty toffee, sweet spice and oak.
Matured for between 4 and 7 years, this Sagamore Spirit rye whiskey is a made to a traditional Maryland style, offering deep chocolate, hazelnut and molasses flavours from the older stock, and a lifting citrus and spice (vanilla & clove) from the younger barrels. With various grain mashbills and cask types, this is a product of careful blending and selection showing the heritage of America's original whiskey spirit.
The Sagamore Spirit's Double Oak is a straight rye whiskey, matured for an additional period in 'wave stave' oak casks that have been freshly toasted, imparting a warm caramel and dark vanilla flavour from the increased surface area of the barrels. A nutty taste of freshly roasted hazelnuts, coconut and walnut comes through joining the signature kick of aromatic and peppery spices. Bottled from small batches and at 48.3% - ideal for sipping or for use in classic cocktails.
Sagamore Spirit is a traditional Maryland-style rye, made from a blend of high and low-rye mashbill whiskey, matured in heavily charred American oak barrels. This type of whiskey pre-dates bourbon, especially in this area, and it is often seen as the original American whiskey. To taste, this is a classic example of the style, with candied dried orange peel, walnut and brown sugar accompanying the hallmark clove and nutmeg spicy flavour. The finish is peppery and warming.
Featuring a bottle top which acts as a handy wee cup,Tin Cup American Whiskey has a bourbon-style flavour profile with a bold and spicy finish and gets its base flavour by balancing the spice and pepper flavor of rye with the sweet and smooth taste of corn and malt.
Produced at the Buffalo Trace distillery in Kentucky, this whiskey gained popularity in the early days of American whiskey due to its high wheat mashbill, offering a softer and sweeter profile than what was common at the time.
Bottled in a representation of the copper pot still that gave it birth, Willet's Pot Still whiskey is one of Kentucky's hidden gem's. The Willet style is typically sweet and vanilla'd, with notes of summer fruits, floral-citrus undertones (lemon cake), and a drying woody spice from the virgin American oak casks it is matured in.