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The juice within the Bomberger’s bottle is extremely special. “High Rye” Bourbon from the famous Indiana distillery LDI is being blended with McKenzie Rye (Finger Lakes Distilling) to create an expressive blended whiskey, with floral aromas of rye leaping out of the bottle & palate adds a great depth to a already unique complex whiskey. Learn More

Brenne is the perfect balance of savory and sweet to be a bold alternative to cocktails. Enjoy it with a splash of water to unleash even more of the Cognac barrel flavors. Learn More

Quinoa is a South American grain crop grown for its seeds. Quinoa adds an earthy and nutty flavor to the whiskey. Quinoa seeds comes in red, white, and black varieties. This whiskey uses red and white quinoa grains. Learn More

Bottled at 94-proof, Single Barrel Select layers subtle notes of caramel and spice with bright fruit notes and sweet aromatics for a Tennessee Whiskey with one-of-a-kind flavor. Learn More

Buggy Whip Wheat is a 90 proof whiskey made from 100% Michigan wheat. It’s as soft and sweet as a Michigan autumn day and fills the palate full of caramel and vanilla. It has a single smooth note with a lasting finish. Learn More

Matured whisky aged in Mizunura Oak. These are the most expensive barrels in the world. Made from barley and un-chill filtered. Delicate nose with vanilla, ripe dried fruit and hints of cherry, with a long lingering finish. Learn More

Unlike Bourbon or Rye, which, by definition, must be aged in new oak barrels, their US-1 Unblended American Whiskey is aged in a way that utilizes bourbon-soaked barrels to achieve a rich and unique flavor profile. In late 2013, Master Distiller Willie Pratt agreed to re-release their US-1 Unblended American Whiskey after a nearly three-year absence from the market. Crucially, this US-1 Unblended American Whiskey never contains grain neutral spirits – hence its “unblended” distinction. Learn More

This Grain Whisky is distilled in a "Coffey still", which is a very traditional and rare patent still Nikka imported from Scotland in 1963. The Coffey still produces a complex whisky with a mellow and sweet taste originating from the grain itself. Please enjoy the uniqueness of this whisky which Nikka offers to the connoisseurs. Learn More

Promoting the lighter side of the darker spirits, our 2nd Chance Wheat Whiskey presents a typically forgotten grain as the pivotal player in this bright, smooth whiskey. A foundation of unmalted wheat is paired with malted rye that is then twice direct-fire distilled, implementing traditional 16th century techniques to create an experience reflective of our coastal heritage to achieve a gentle, welcoming profile for an easy to enjoy spirit. Learn More

This is a blended malt named in honor of Masataka Taketsuru, the father of Japanese whisky. He is the first Japanese who mastered whisky-making in Scotland and produced the genuine whisky in Japan. Masataka learned that the natural resources surrounding a distillery were essential for quality whisky. Based on his thought, he selected two places, Yoichi and Miyagikyo, and built two distilleries there. Its gentle malt flavor, fruitiness and extremely well-balanced taste make it a perfect entry point into the world of Nikka. Learn More

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