Angel's Envy BOURBON
In bourbon making parlance, "angel's share" refers to the portion of whiskey lost to evaporation during the aging process. After crafting his latest bourbon, seasoned whiskey producer Lincoln Henderson (formerly of Woodford Reserve and Old Forester, and who has since passed away) declared his new concoction "Angel's Envy," claiming that the heavenly beings would no doubt want even more of this divine drink.
The bourbon starts with corn and rye, is aged in American white oak barrels for four to six years, and then aged for three to six additional months in port casks. Displaying a luminous gold-copper color, this newcomer to the bourbon world exhibits a light, playful flavor on the tongue followed by a long finish with hints of orange zest, making it both seductive and accessible to those wary of whiskey.
Baker's 7yr Bourbon
Bourbon has been enjoyed for centuries, but single barrel bourbon only dates back to 1984, when the owners of Ancient Age Distillery (now Buffalo Trace Distillery) set out to create a premium quality product. In the process, they revolutionized the industry.
The inspiration? Colonel Albert Blanton, our bourbon’s namesake. It all started during a conversation with his former apprentice, Elmer T. Lee. Mr. Lee recalled the days when Col. Blanton would entertain friends and special guests by serving them bourbon from Warehouse H. Col. Blanton discovered that this warehouse aged bourbon better than any other on the grounds, especially in the middle sections known as the center cut. After taste-testing samples, Col. Blanton would pick an individual barrel he liked best and have it bottled. The bottles became his special select single barrel bourbons.
Mr. Lee’s concept turned into a reality when the owners asked him to oversee the project, selecting the finest barrels from the same Warehouse H. In 1984, Blanton’s became the first American entry into the ultra-premium whiskey market. Today, most distilleries offer one or more single barrel bottlings, but Blanton’s was the first, and we still believe the finest, single barrel on the market.
Buffalo Trace BOURBON
Within the past decade, Buffalo Trace has won more awards than any other distillery in the world, including an unmatched seven "Distillery of the Year" titles. Still American family owned and located in Franklin County, Kentucky, the distillery's rich history includes such legendary distillers as E.H. Taylor, Jr, George T. Stagg, Albert B. Blanton, Orville Schupp and Elmer T. Lee. The distillery sprawls impressively over 130 acres and is home to four centuries of architecture - all still fully operational.
Crown Royal Extra Rare WHISKY
Crown Royal Special Reserve WHISKY
High West "Campfire"
High West "Double Rye"
Hudson "Baby Bourbon"
Jack Daniel's "Gentleman Jack"
Jack Daniel's "Rested Rye"
Jack Daniel's "Sinatra Select"
Jack Daniel's "Single Barrel"
Jameson 12yr Irish
Jameson Black Barrel
Knob Creek 9yr Bourbon
Middleton Very Rare
Midleton Very Rare is a premium blended Irish whiskey, produced by Irish Distillers at their distillery, in the East Cork town of Midleton, from which it gets its name.
It was launched in 1984 to celebrate the whiskeys produced in Midleton. A new vintage is released every year. Each bottle is individually numbered and signed by the Master distiller. It is distilled at the same location as the more affordable Jameson's whiskey.
Redbreast 12yr Irish Whiskey
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Woodford Reserve Bourbon
Woodford Reserve Double Oaked Bourbon