Orphan Barrel Whoop & Holler Whiskey

In the whiskey business, demand continues to grow for extra-aged whiskies. And it's not very often that you see one as old as Orphan Barrel Whoop & Holler Whiskey. Whoop & Holler was distilled and bottled at George Dickel Distillery in Tennessee, and spent a whopping 28 years in barrels. Made using Cascade Spring water and charcoal mellowed using Tennessee sugar maple charcoal, it's likely to be the oldest American whiskey you'll ever see, and it won't be around for long.

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    While most Japanese Whiskey leans towards the flavors you find in Scotch, Kikori Japanese Whiskey has a distinct flavor profile thanks to a 100% rice mashbill. Kikori uses local rice that has been cultivated in southern Japan for over 2000 years, and then cooks it in giant steel steamers. Each batch then spends at least three years in American Oak, French Limousin oak, and Sherry casks before being bottled at 82 proof. Leaning more towards Irish Whiskey than Scotch, it's a light, refreshing option with plenty of flavor and complexity.

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