Old Forestor 1897 Bourbon

One of the most historic bourbon brands around is getting nostalgic with their newest release, Old Forestor 1897 Bottled In Bond Bourbon. Crafted to honor the U.S. Bottled-in-Bond act of 1897, which was legislation enacted in reaction to the underhanded practice of blending additives and who knows what else into spirits and passing it off as bourbon. Bottled in Bond bourbon must have been the product of one distillation season, one distiller, and from one distillery. It's also aged in a federally bonded warehouse for at least four years and bottled at 100 proof. You get all that and more with 1897, a lightly filtered small batch expression that celebrates the past in a proper, great tasting fashion.

  • I.W. Harper 15 Year Bourbon

    We don't blame you if you aren't familiar with I.W. Harper 15 Year Bourbon, or even the Harper name, mostly because it hasn't been available here in the US in nearly 20 years. The Harper brand dates back to the late 1800's, when Isaac Wolf Bernheim and his brother began distilling. It has remained a premium offering in Japan all along, and if finally back on shelves in the states after a long hiatus. Packed with flavor, this 15 year old bourbon whiskey was distilled at the Bernheim Distillery and comes packaged in this decanter that is as classic as the Harper brand name.

  • Treaty Oak Red Handed Bourbon

    Just because you don't distill bourbon yourself doesn't mean it can't be fantastic. And Red Handed Bourbon from Treaty Oak Distilling in Austin, Texas is a perfect example. Using some of their favorite bourbons from Indiana, Kentucky, and Tennessee, Treaty Oak blends them together to find the perfect taste profile and then ages the whiskey for another 12 to 15 months. The results are an expertly blended, unique high rye bourbon that should be on your radar.

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