A rich aroma of apple and fruit mingling with noticeable vanilla. The taste is soft, yet balanced. Filled with toasted caramel, jam-like fruit, and a touch of licorice. A clean, somewhat linge... Read More
Bernheim Original Kentucky Straight Wheat Whiskey represents the first truly new American Whiskey style to be introduced in many generations. Whereas other whiskeys contain primarily corn, bar... Read More
Caramel, cinnamon, clove, corn and solid oak make up the bulk of the flavors. Pepper and leather are brought out by the rye which is very apparent in this one. Add a dash of vanilla and... Read More
One of the classic examples of this spirit, Rittenhouse is a 4-plus-year-old, 100 proof bottled-in-bond rye. The winner of all sorts of accolades and awards, the Heaven Hill-produced Rittenhou... Read More
Evan Williams is a smooth, easy to drink Bourbon named after Evan Williams who, in 1783, opened Kentucky’s first commercial distillery along the banks of the Ohio River. Many years and barrels... Read More
Color: Slightly cloudy pale gold.
nose: Cinnamon, ripe fruit, cotton candy. When warmed, stewed apples and graham crackers.
Taste: Sweet, soft apples with allspice. When warmed, baked apples a... Read More
Henry McKenna Single Barrel is the only extra-aged Bottled-in-Bond Single Barrel Bourbon in the world, indicating it meets exacting U.S. government standards for age and proof. Every bottle is... Read More
Handmade in the heart of Bluegrass, Kentucky's famous Bourbon country. Johnny Drum contains only the finest natural ingredients and is aged to the peak of maturity, yielding a bouquet of chara... Read More
At the Wild Turkey Distillery, bourbon is a family tradition. Our Master Distiller Jimmy Russell follows his father and grandfather before him. His son, Eddie is a veritable newcomer, with jus... Read More
Paul Pacult The Spirit Journal The bright honey/topaz color shows sparkling bronze core features impeccable purity.Nose the early aromas include gentle grain toasted honey-wheat bread and toba... Read More