Whiskey

Buffalo Trace Bourbon (750 ml)

Buffalo Trace Bourbon Whiskey gets its name from the Symbolized Buffalo that paved the route in the wild that led American pioneers and explorers Westbound. One trail led to the banks of the Kentucky River where Buffalo Trace Distillery has been making bourbon whiskey for more than 200 years. Buffalo Trace Distillery was named after the glorious and remarkable Buffalo. Buffalo Trace Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey has been a significant part of the American culture with over two centuries of heritage and history. Buffalo Trace Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey is distilled, aged, and bottled at the most decorated distillery in the world. Buffalo Trace Bourbon Whiskey has won more awards than any other distillery in the world. Buffalo Trace Distillery has helped shape America and the rest of the world with the best spirits on Earth. Making bourbon whiskey the same way for 200 years, Buffalo Trace Bourbon is distilled, aged, and bottled at the most award-winning distillery in the world. Buffalo Trace Bourbon is both rich and complex with an inviting aroma of vanilla, molasses, and mint. Made from some of the finest corn, barley malt, and rye, Buffalo Trace is aged in new oak barrels for a peak maturation period. With a flavor that never changes, Buffalo Trace is pleasantly sweet with notes of brown sugar, and spices that lead way to darker fruit, anise, and toffee flavors throughout this timeless bourbon. Beautifully rich and full of depth, this bourbon finishes long and smooth and is considered to be one of the greatest bourbon whiskeys in the world.

Eagle Rare Bourbon (750 ml)

Eagle Rare Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey is masterfully crafted and carefully aged for no less than ten years. The rareness of this great breed of bourbon is evident in its complex aroma, as well as the smooth and lingering taste. Eagle Rare is a bourbon that lives up to its name with its lofty, distinctive taste experience.Tasting NotesNose: Complex aromas of toffee, hints of orange peel, herbs, honey, leather and oak.Taste: Bold, dry, oaky flavors with notes of candied almonds and very rich cocoa.Finish: Dry and lingering.

Angels Envy Kentucky Bourbon (750 ml)

Angel's Envy is the culmination of 200 years of bourbon tradition in combination with an independent master craftsman. In addition to a high degree of tasting and close selection of every batch, Angel's Envy is finished in painstakingly hand-selected finishing barrels. This award-winning Kentucky straight bourbon is finished in port wine barrels for a length determined by our master craftsman - typically around 6 years. This is what gives each bottle of Angel’s Envy an unequivocal smoothness, sweetness, and balance. Its appearance is a deep gold with coppery, amber hues. On the nose are hints of vanilla, raisin, maple syrup, and toasted nuts. The palate and body are comprised of vanilla, ripe fruit, maple, toast, and bitter cacao. The finish is clean, sweet, and lingering with a hint Madeira wine that’ll leave a lasting impression.

During the production process a blended mash is used as the base for the whiskey comprised of 72% corn, 18% rye, and 10% malted barley. The final product is 86.6 proof, or 43.3% alcohol by volume. A “straight” bourbon must be aged for at least 2 years (note: if it’s aged less than 4 years, it must be labeled as such) but we choose to age ours for anywhere between 4 to 6 years depending on the intended flavor profile. The cask aging process lasts for up to an additional 6 months to ensure that signature Angel’s Envy flavor.

Inspired by the lifetime work of legendary distiller Lincoln Henderson, inductee into the Kentucky Bourbon Hall of Fame, Angel’s Envy was started and continues to be a family endeavor. Lincoln came out of retirement to create Angel’s Envy as a collaboration with his son, Wes, as they both sought to create a new and innovative bourbon. Since his passing in 2013, his son Wes continues to live on the family name, realizing someone of Lincoln’s never-fully-realized projects and recipes. Today, Wes heads the Louisville Distilling Company, a subsidiary of Bacardi Limited, with his two sons Kyle and Andrew.

Woodford Reserve Distillers Select Bourbon (750 ml)

Woodford Reserve Bourbon is known for its rich vanilla flavors and easy drinking. Woodford Reserve is one of the best value bourbons we carry making it the perfect go to for gifts or to enjoy with your family. DOUBLE GOLD AND BEST BOURBON SAN FRANCISCO SPIRITS COMPETITION. One of the finest bourbons we carry. Rich flavors of vanilla with layers of oak and spice.Woodford Reserve Bourbon is known for its rich vanilla flavors and easy drinking. Woodford Reserve is one of the best value bourbons we carry making it the perfect go to for gifts or to enjoy with your family. DOUBLE GOLD AND BEST BOURBON SAN FRANCISCO SPIRITS COMPETITION. One of the finest bourbons we carry. Rich flavors of vanilla with layers of oak and spice.

Basil Hayden's Kentucky Straight Bourbon (750 ml)

Seven generations have been producing this fine whiskey. Basil Hayden Straight Bourbon Whiskey is named after Basil Hayden Senior, a religious Catholic man responsible for leading twenty-five Catholic families from Maryland to Nelson County, Kentucky (near the birthplace of Jim Beam) in the late 1700s. Basil Hayden was a distiller who started Basil Hayden’s Whiskey and Bourbon. At that time, most bourbons were made from a traditional corn base, in 1776 Hayden started mixing grains into his personal mash. He believed that mixing spicy rye flavors would go well with the corn’s sweet flavors. Rumor says he made this bourbon with only the ingredients he had with him. The bourbon had a special flavored high-rye mash bill that combined sweetness of corn with rye. Over 200 years later the small-batch bourbon has not changed its recipe since the very first recipe. The eponymous Basil Hayden's Bourbon dates back to 1796 and has been a favorite ever since. Aromas of peach chutney, pistachio nougat, and grainy raisin bread with a soft fruity-yet-dry medium body and gentle nut butter, anise seed, and sweet mint tea accented finish. An attractive, feminine style." —Beverage Testing Institute

Whistle Pig Boss Hog the Samurai Scientist Bourbon

Eagle Rare Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey is masterfully crafted and carefully aged for no less than ten years. The rareness of this great breed of bourbon is evident in its complex aroma, as well as the smooth and lingering taste. Eagle Rare is a bourbon that lives up to its name with its lofty, distinctive taste experience.Tasting NotesNose: Complex aromas of toffee, hints of orange peel, herbs, honey, leather and oak.Taste: Bold, dry, oaky flavors with notes of candied almonds and very rich cocoa.Finish: Dry and lingering.

Larceny Small Batch Bourbon

Larceny Small Batch Bourbon is a Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey which is a special small batch bourbon. Larceny Small Batch Bourbon which was created as a special small batch bourbon. Larceny uses 200 barrels for the distilling process. This process allows master crafters to choose the best barrels to get the taste they want and get a perfect maturity. Larceny Small Batch Bourbon is a great tasting bourbon that was aged for 6 years. Larceny is a bourbon that is made with wheat which makes it a smooth tasting bourbon. The color is a bright copper. The aroma has scents of fresh bread and toffee, with scents of butterscotch. The taste of the bourbon has a long, gentle, and savory taste.

1792 Small Batch Bourbon (750 ml)

In 1876, John D. Willett — one of Kentucky's original bourbon aristocrats — transferred his interest in the Willett & Frenke Distillery to his son-in-laws, Benjamin Mattingly and Thomas Moore. Mattingly and Moore continued to operate the Willett & Frenke Distillery together until 1881, when Mattingly finally sold his stake in the company to a group of investors. Within a few years, Thomas Moore acquired complete control over the distillery and eponymously renamed it. Moore would continue to operate the distillery for another five decades, until he was ultimately forced to close his doors at the onset of Prohibition.Today, the Barton 1792 Distillery operates on the same site as the historic Tom Moore Distillery, and continues to use the same methods that Moore used over a century ago when distilling his own bourbon.1792 Small Batch Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey is made from a mash of corn, rye and malted barley. While the use of corn in the bourbon's recipe adds classic notes of buttered bread, biscuits and roasted nuts, the heavy use of rye in the bourbon's mashbill yields a more complex and full-bodied whiskey. After the grains are harvested, they are mashed and fermented before being distilled through a copper-pot still.After distillation, the bourbon is aged in new, American oak casks for a minimum of eight years in Warehouse Z on the distillery's estate in Bardstown, Kentucky. Warehouse Z is situated on the edge of a bluff and as a result, enjoys the intense heat and humidity that are ideal for maturing whiskey. "When it comes to barrel aging," says Ken Pierce, Barton 1792's master distiller, "it's just like real estate — location, location, location. That's why 1792 ages in Warehouse Z up there on the bluff." In addition, during the maturation process, Pierce samples each cask of bourbon as it rests to determine when the bourbon has reached its peak of maturity. "Quality in, quality out," says Pierce, who has over two decades of experience at the distillery.Once the bourbon has matured for a minimum of eight years, it is brought to proof with water drawn from the Tom Moore spring. The iron-free, Kentucky limestone water — the same water used by Moore over a century ago when crafting his own whiskey — adds a subtle touch of complexity and depth to the bourbon.

Four Roses Single Barrel Bourbon (750 ml)

Seven generations have been producing this fine whiskey. Basil Hayden Straight Bourbon Whiskey is named after Basil Hayden Senior, a religious Catholic man responsible for leading twenty-five Catholic families from Maryland to Nelson County, Kentucky (near the birthplace of Jim Beam) in the late 1700s. Basil Hayden was a distiller who started Basil Hayden’s Whiskey and Bourbon. At that time, most bourbons were made from a traditional corn base, in 1776 Hayden started mixing grains into his personal mash. He believed that mixing spicy rye flavors would go well with the corn’s sweet flavors. Rumor says he made this bourbon with only the ingredients he had with him. The bourbon had a special flavored high-rye mash bill that combined sweetness of corn with rye. Over 200 years later the small-batch bourbon has not changed its recipe since the very first recipe. The eponymous Basil Hayden's Bourbon dates back to 1796 and has been a favorite ever since. Aromas of peach chutney, pistachio nougat, and grainy raisin bread with a soft fruity-yet-dry medium body and gentle nut butter, anise seed, and sweet mint tea accented finish. An attractive, feminine style." —Beverage Testing Institute

Maker's Mark Bourbon (750 ml)

Produced in Loretto, Kentucky, Maker’s Mark is small-batch bourbon at its finest. Best known for its traditional square bottle and red wax seal, Maker’s Mark is made from soft red winter wheat rather than rye for a full-flavored bourbon that’s easy to drink. One-of-a-kind taste that’s aged by flavor, not time. Maker’s Mark carries an oaky caramel aroma that is wrapped in vanilla and wheat notes. The flavor is balanced between sweet caramel and vanilla notes that reveal subtle fruity essence. Maker’s Mark finishes smooth and subtle for a satisfying taste that has you reaching for another sip again and again. Enjoy together in a classic Old-Fashioned to highlight the quality flavors of Maker’s Mark Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey. As distinct as the Maker's Mark taste are its bottle and name. Designed by Margie Samuels (wife of Bill Samuels, Sr.), the square-shape container was inspired by her collection of cognac bottles. In keeping with the look of the French spirit, Mrs. Samuels decided to hand dip the very first bottles in red wax in her kitchen home fryer—a process that has now expanded and has blessed millions of the famous bourbon bottles. Taking it one step further, Mrs. Samuels, a collector of English pewter, recognized that any worthy craftsman uniquely branded each of his creations with what became a personal “Maker’s Mark.” She deemed it a perfect title for her husband’s handmade bourbon.