Parker's Heritage Single Barrel Bourbon

The life and legacy of the late Parker Beam continue to impact others through his long history of distilling achievements. The Parker's Heritage series of annual releases is a great example, with $10 of the proceeds going to the ALS Association. But this is way more than a charity, as the juice itself is once again nothing short of phenomenal. The 11th release in the Parker's Heritage series is an 11-year-old single barrel bourbon that would certainly make the sixth-generation Master Distiller proud. It's non-chill filtered and bottled at 122 proof with heavy spice and oak and a long, dry finish.

  • 1792 225th Anniversary Bourbon

    In 1792, Kentucky became a Commonwealth and the 15th state to join the nation. This year marks the 225th anniversary of that historic milestone, and Barton Distillery is ready with a special release. 1792 225th Anniversary Bourbon was aged for ten years at the distillery before being bottled at exactly 92.15 proof. The proof is so precise because it too pays homage to the year and Kentucky being the 15th state in the Union. The dark blue neck band on the bottle and back label are also nods to the official state seal of Kentucky. And by the way, you can only purchase this limited edition release in the Bluegrass state, making it an even more desirable treasure for collectors.

  • Four Roses 50th Anniversary Bourbon

    This year, to celebrate Senior Brand Ambassador Al Young, Four Roses is releasing a special Limited Edition 50th Anniversary Small Batch Bourbon in his honor. Young spent a good chunk of his tenure as Distillery Manager before being named Brand Ambassador in 2007. Also, Young literally wrote the book on Four Roses bourbon that was published in 2010. This unique blend of bourbons includes 15-year-old OBSK, 13-year-old OESV, 12-year-old OBSF, and 23-year-old OBSV — which was produced during Al's time as Distillery Manager. And the bottle design is exclusive as well, as the Four Roses team dipped into their archives to re-create the look of the bottles produced in 1967, the year Young started his career.

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