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Vintage Rye 23 Years Old By KBD
REFERENCE: (X4J6AFJ7WHGQT)

  • $6,995.00

"Vintage ryes are produced by Kentucky Bourbon Distillers in Bardstown, Kentucky. 

Garrison Brothers Guadalupe Bourbon Texas Port Cask Finish
REFERENCE: (59V71FC9S8066)

  • $159.95

Guadalupe Texas Straight Bourbon Whiskey Finished In A Port Cask | 107 Proof

Hooten & Young American Whiskey 12 Years Old
REFERENCE: (NVE6Z5TBFFGT8)

  • $89.95

Rare distillation and barrel aging practices, coupled with over a decade’s rest, have produced a Whiskey with notes of maple, vanilla, ripe apple, and a long smooth finish.

Catoctin Creek Hot Honey Rye
REFERENCE: (K158YGC4E0PYA)

  • $54.95

Catoctin Creek Hot Honey Rye™ is a reprise of a very popular Barrel Select offering we did in 2022, and now we're introducing it as a permanent line extension. 

Brothers Bond Rye 750 mL
REFERENCE: (9NZB3M63S47R8)

  • $54.95

Brother's Bond® American Blended Rye Whiskey - Big and bold, aromatic & full of flavor.

Hooten & Young American Whiskey 15 Years Old Barrel Proof
REFERENCE: (98GANFASZ1SKY)

  • $139.95

This Barrel Proof American Whiskey was poured from second fill charred American oak barrels in commemoration of the 28th anniversary of the Battle of Mogadishu.

Jack Daniels Bonded Rye 700 mL
REFERENCE: (QV0173PG1B1BG) (JACK DANIELS)

  • $39.95

Jack Daniel's Bonded Rye whiskey is Bottled-in-Bond, uniquely crafted rye grain bill, that opens with notes of dried fruit and lingering hints of toffee imparting a bold, complex and balanced taste with a spiced rye finish.

Old Weller Original 7 Years Old 107 Proof Gold Vein 1985 Stamped On Glass
REFERENCE: (7TAWVT8JH9G70)

  • $3,495.00

This is a circa 1985 bottled Stitzel Weller produced Old Weller Original 107 Proof. 

E H Taylor Barrel Proof Full Vertical Batch 1 - 12
REFERENCE: (8Y3M2SNBMBN7M)

  • $22,995.00

Colonel Edmund Haynes Taylor, Jr. is widely considered one of the founding fathers of the bourbon industry, fighting for the Bottled-in-Bond Act of 1897, nearly three decades after he purchased what is now called Buffalo Trace Distillery.