Bourbon

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Notes of vanilla and milk chocolate that supplement contacts of red organic products, light oak and berries. Completion is rich and full, with insights of raisins, dates and smoke. Learn More

Barterhouse is a 20 year old bourbon, bottled at 45.1% abv in Tennessee at a Diageo property that has been very much in the news lately due to a clash between Diageo and Brown-Forman, namely George Dickel. Learn More

Kentucky- Basil Hayden's 10yr is a golden amber color with aromas of big oak, hints of char, vanilla and rye. Oak balanced by caramel sweetness and rye spice. Finish is lightly smoky with a subtle hint of char. Learn More

The taste profile is sweet, with notes of citrus and oak. The creamy vanilla nose is teased with caramel and butterscotch, all underscored by familiar baking spices such as clove, nutmeg, or cinnamon. Blanton’s Original set the standard for single barrel bourbons in 1984. Learn More

Blood Oath Attests That every batch of Blood Oath is the undertaking of one man — a student of both bourbon and science. Loyal to no one family, favoring no one distillery and bound by no one philosophy – this bourbon connoisseur has one goal in mind – to seek out bourbons rare and wonderful, famous and forgotten. Then bottle them in combinations previously unimagined for a lucky few. Not to cater to anyone’s loyalties, he has sworn to never reveal where he finds his bourbon, but only to promise to choose and make the best he knows. Loose lips never tasted something so special. Learn More

Cinnamon, hot and dusty corn, short grunt of vanilla. A taste gives you incredible yet smooth corn and more cnnamon, finely cleaned oak, a hot spot of mint. Liquor heat penetrates this barrel-proof beast. Proof of batches shifts somewhere in the range of 120 and 130. Learn More

The aroma carries lightly toasted oak, with dried figs and butterscotch. One sip brings flavors of sweetness balanced with tobacco and dark spices . The finish is just long enough to prepare the palette for another sip. The bottle itself is a likeness to Colonel Taylor's original design used over a century ago. Learn More

A fiendishly smooth interpretation of a great American spirit. This award-winning Devil's Share Bourbon Whiskey is a celebration of history and a study in authenticity. Cutwater Distillery selected only the heart of each small batch and age their bourbon in virgin, heavily charred American oak barrels. Learn More

George T. Stagg bourbon has been produced in response to consumer requests for a well-aged and barrel strength whiskey. This offering is comprised of barrels aged for more than 15 years and 3 months. After years of aging this bourbon is 129.2 proof. The glass bottle chosen for George T. Stagg is designed to showcase the whiskey’s dark and rich color. The back label provides a full product description. Every case has been hand bottled and labeled to ensure the highest quality finish. Learn More

Barreled and bottled at 100 proof, the result is a delicious, complex whiskey with the rich flavor finding its way to your glass; a taste of history in the making. 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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