Bourbon

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Bourbon is the heart and soul of America. 2bar Bourbon is the first Seattle Bourbon to be 100% handmade from all local grains. The sweet butterscotch and vanilla on the front leads to an amazing honey like finish. 2bar Bourbon is 95% Washington grain and 5% Oregon grain. Learn More

This unusually smooth Bourbon is born from 100% local corn. A hint of natural sweetness on the nose, it develops a depth on the palette with hints of vanilla, raisin with a spicy peppery finish. You know it’s whiskey but without the burn. Try it straight up or with a drop of water to "open up" the fragrances. Learn More

Gold color laced with reddish amber hues, nearly copper in tone. You’ll detect notes of subtle vanilla, raisins, maple syrup and toasted nuts. Vanilla, ripe fruit, maple syrup, toast and bitter chocolate on the palate. Finishes clean and lingering sweetness with a hint of Madeira that slowly fades. Learn More

From the original recipe by Baker Beam, grand nephew of Jim Beam, this is a bourbon of surprising mellow richness despite its proof. A good amount of fruit flavors mingle with toasted nuts and vanilla, creating a bourbon some say is as smooth and pleasing as a fine Cognac. Learn More

The solera liquid is mingled with other fine whiskies aged and bottled at Stitzel-Weller. Aged in new charred American white oak barrels, this bourbon has a subtle aroma of fresh fruit and a taste that includes hints of dried apricot, ripe pear and a sweet roasted grain. The finish has notes of charred oak and warm winter spices. Learn More

The first thing you notice is the rich amber color, glowing soft as warm caramel drizzled on an autumn apple. The way bourbon used to look when distillers paid attention to their craft. Next you’re met with a welcoming aroma, which our patrons have described as reminiscent of aged oak, vanilla, and caramel. Take your first sip and you’ll enjoy notes of sweet oak, vanilla, caramel and a hint of apricot. Learn More

John, Abraham, Joseph and Isaac Bowman were Virginia militia officers in the American Revolutionary War. This hand-crafted bourbon whiskey is a tribute to these heroic Brothers. Learn More

Blend aged at least 5 years, with time spent in California's Central Coastal slopes. Oak nose bolstered by cinnamon and caramel. On the sense of taste, the sea sway is there: it's gentler and less oaky, with a decent parity of cinnamon, caramel, and a dash of clove. Learn More

The Aroma highlights clues of vanilla, zest, and oak. On the sense of taste, a surge of caramel conveys unpretentious insights of dark pepper alongside vanilla and corn. The finish starts delicately with vanilla and smoke then ends with a long dash of licorice. A young spirit that goes down smooth. Learn More

Breaker Wheated Bourbon fills in as a counterpart for the brand's unique bourbon. Ascendant Spirits Distillery substitutes the rye in the mash bill with wheat, which makes a whiskey that is slightly gentler on the palate. Aged in new, highly charred, White American Oak barrels for at least 5 years, only eight barrels are chosen for each batch. Packaged in California, refined in Wyoming. Learn More

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Due to restrictive state laws and regulations, we are prohibited to ship to the following states: Alabama, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Pensylvania, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin.

For the states of Louisiana and New Hampshire, we are planning to obtain permits to be able to ship to these states.

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