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Yellowstone Select Bourbon

As the bourbon industry continues to grow, it's great to see brands from the past revived. Yellowstone Select Bourbon is a product of Limestone Branch Distillery in Lebanon, Kentucky and is a blend of 4-year and 7-year Kentucky Straight Bourbon. The Yellowstone name was dusted off by the Limestone owners last year after over a century when their great-grandfather sold the brand. That lineage helped inspire the labels as well, with layouts taken from historical Yellowstone illustrations.

  • John E. Fitzgerald Very Special Reserve Bourbon

    Usually, if you're talking about a wheated bourbon from the now extinct Stitzel-Weller Distillery, it's Pappy Van Winkle that you're referencing. But John E. Fitzgerald Very Special Reserve Bourbon fits that same criteria, and might garner the same attention as well. Heaven Hill acquired 12 barrels from the old distillery when they bought the Old Fitzgerald line, and those barrels were aged for 20 years before they produced a very limited 3,000 bottles of bourbon. Each of these hard to find bottles are housed in a handmade wooden box with die-cut keyholes and hinged doors that close with magnets — increasing the appeal for this sought after product even more.

  • Russell's Reserve 1998 Bourbon

    If Wild Turkey Master Distiller Jimmy Russell ever does retire, it'll be tough to top the tribute that fills the bottles of Russell's Reserve 1998 Bourbon. His son, and fellow Master Distiller Eddie Russell set this bourbon aside back in 1998 with his father in mind, and while Jimmy has yet to stop working after 61 years at the helm, the bourbon is ready for consumption right now. It aged gracefully in the Wild Turkey timber rickhouses and was bottled at 102.2 proof when Eddie deemed it ready. But only 23 barrels, or a little over 2,000 bottles will ever see the light of day, making this a turkey worth hunting.