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Handmade oak barrels, lightly toasted in the traditional manner, impart a wonderfully subtle flavor. In the 18th century, barrels were made by heating the staves over a fire of oak chips, allowing them to be bent and formed into a barrel shape. During this process, the inside of the barrel would become toasted, but not charred. For aging, several uncharred oak barrels, both new and used, to achieve the balanced complexity that complements this whiskey's traditional heritage. 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

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

Bottled at 2+ years, this amazing whiskey shows what can be accomplished by a master working on a cognac still. Smooth, rich, surreal. Learn More

100% malted rye. Full rye body. The roughness of most ryes is here tamed by the small cognac potstill. Fabulous. 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

Crisp and dry, with a touch of malt sweetness. The smoky finish lingers and builds with each sip. They created this spirit with Japanese-style whiskey highballs in mind (hence the name Baller...). They also recommend it in place of Scotch whisky in a Bobby Burns or Rob Roy, or in a Boulevardier. Learn More

Wild Turkey American Honey is an exceptionally smooth 71 proof (35.5% alcohol) liqueur blended with pure honey and real Wild Turkey Bourbon Whiskey. It’s perfect straight out of the bottle, chilled in the freezer, or on the rocks. It’s the sweeter, smoother side of Wild Turkey, with notes of sweet honey, caramel, and orange. Learn More

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