Barrell Bourbon New Year

We can't think of a better way to kick 2016 out the door than by sipping on some cask strength bourbon. And New Year from Barrell Bourbon might be the most appropriate spirit to have on hand to help usher in 2017. 5, 7, 8, 9, and 13-year old Straight Bourbons from Indiana, Kentucky, and Tennessee were blended to make this limited edition release that clocks in at 117 proof. Of course, all of the releases in the Barrell line are bottled at cask strength, but this special blend provides loads of flavor and a long finish to enjoy before, during, and after the new year begins.

  • Barrell Bourbon

    When it comes to bourbon, nothing matters more than the juice itself. That's why Barrell Bourbon, while not a traditional distiller, leads the pack amongst the new school whiskey companies. Each batch of Barrell Bourbon is a little different, as they choose from straight bourbon from Kentucky and Tennessee. What doesn't vary is that each batch is bottled at a barrel strength that is typically north of 120 proof. Each one is also quite limited and so far, each has been nothing short of delicious. The latest batch — #7 — was distilled and aged for 5 years in Char #4 American white oak barrels in Tennessee before being bottled at 122.4 proof.

  • Four Roses Elliott's Select Bourbon

    It's never easy to take over for a bourbon legend. But when Jim Rutledge stepped down after 49 years at the helm as master distiller at Four Roses last year, someone had to step in and fill those big shoes. Four Roses Elliott's Select Bourbon is the first limited release from new master distiller Brent Elliott, and while it won't make Rutledge fans forget his legacy, it's a great start for Elliott. Bottled at barrel strength after aging for 14 years, Elliott's Select uses the OESK recipe — one of ten that Four Roses produces. A delicious progression for Four Roses, only 10,000 hand numbered bottles will be available.

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