• 1792 Ridgemont Reserve Bourbon

    1792 Ridgemont Reserve is a distinctively smooth, handcrafted small-batch bourbon, patiently aged 8 years in new charred oak barrels in Bardstown, Kentucky. This 93.7 proof Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey was named for the year Kentucky became a state. Rich and velvety, it's the perfect bourbon for toasting any special occasion.

  • Angel's Envy Bourbon Whiskey 750ML

    Angel's Envy We finish every batch in ruby port wine casks. There's no set time for the process. It's only Angel's Envy when we say it is. The ruby port wine finish adds subtle nuance without ruining the integrity of the bourbon. The end result is a rich, exceptionally smooth and rare bourbon. Sin aside, we work every day to inspire envy, even if it takes a little longer.

  • Baker's Bourbon 7 year old 107 750ML

    Baker's Color: Warm amber, tawny, nut brown Aroma: Fruit, vanilla, caramel Taste: Toasted nuts, fruit, vanilla, silky texture Finish: Sweet, smooth, medium-long.

  • Basil Hayden's Bourbon 8 Year Old 80 750ML

    Sweet toasted vanilla nose; smooth and floral with lovely toasted oak and spice; elegant medium weight and showing a long balanced finish; an exquisite bourbon that should appeal to scotch drinkers.

  • Bulleit Rye Whiskey

    High rye content has always been the signature of Tom Bulleit's distinctive bourbon. It was only a matter of time before he created a rye whiskey. Bulleit Rye is an award-winning, small batch, straight rye whiskey with a character of unparalleled spice and complexity. Released in 2011, it continues to enjoy recognition as one of the highest quality ryes available. Russet in color, with rich oaky aromas. The flavor is notably smooth, with hints of vanilla, honey, and spice. Finishes crisp and clean, with long, lingering flavors.

  • Bulleit Straight Bourbon

    Bulleit oaky, smoky, and smooth. Bulleit Bourbon is russet in color with a rich, oaky aroma. The dry, clean flavor is mellow and smooth, not hot in the throat. This 90 proof Kentucky bourbon delivers a wonderfully complex taste with hints of vanilla and honey and a long smoky finish. Bulleit Bourbon is distilled and aged in small batches and stored in a single-story warehouse which reduces inconsistencies in the maturation process. Bulleit Bourbon is aged in American White Oak barrels that are flame charred, giving the bourbon some of its color and flavor. It is aged not a drop less than 6 years, creating maturity and smoothness. The final, 90 proof product is formulated by mingling, not blending, two and sometimes three of the distillates to ensure consistency in the nose and taste.

  • Bulleit Straight Bourbon 10 year old 750ML

    Bulleit made from pure Kentucky limestone-filtered water in the Bulleit family tradition, years ago we set aside a number of choice barrels of Bulleit Bourbon to age in our charred American white oak barrels. The extra years create a bourbon offering that is a richer, more complex sipping experience. I'm proud to bring you Bulleit 10 Years-Old - consistently smooth, russet in color, rich with fruity oaky aromas and hints of vanilla and dried fruit with a long smoky finish.

  • Early Times Fire Eater Hot Cinnamon Whisky 750ML

    Decorated in carnival red and white stripes, Fire Eater liqueur is fun and full of character, evoking a mixture of emotions relating the excitement of the big top and experiencing something new and mysterious. But thanks to its square, stout bottle it still harks back to its underlying roots and flavour – bourbon whisky. Fire Eater liqueur, which can be enjoyed by itself, as a shot or part of a cocktail recipe, is said to have a warm cinnamon taste with a smooth whisky character.

  • Early Times Kentucky Whisky

    Color: Light, bright honey Nose: A fresh, sharp oak note ripens into a dry clove spice and hay, hints of leather, dill spice and fruit add complexity to a subtle foundation of white chocolate. Taste: Smooth and creamy malt character with a light oak sweetness and herbal grass notes. Finish: Mild and clean, and fulfilling with a very pleasant, soft, apple peel character.

  • Evan Williams Bourbon Whiskey BLK

    Evan Williams is a smooth, easy to drink Bourbon named after Evan Williams who, in 1783, opened Kentucky’s first commercial distillery along the banks of the Ohio River. Many years and barrels later, we’re still producing Bourbon with the same time-honored methods that Evan Williams did years ago. Color: Medium Amber, Nose: Light with deep vanilla and mint, Taste: Notes of oak, brown sugar and caramel, Finish: Medium to long.

  • Evan Williams Bourbon Whiskey GR

    Evan Williams Color: Reddish copper. Nose: Caramel, with hints of vanilla, oak and barley. Taste: Heavy caramel and vanilla notes moving towards a toasty cereal. Finish: Oak char notes and a bit of syrupy sweetness.

  • Evan Williams Cherry Reserve Liqueur 750ML

    Evan Williams Cherry Reserve combines aged bourbon with "natural cherry flavor." The distiller can't legally call this bourbon, so you won't find that word anywhere on the bottle. But that's what it is, albeit with the addition of cherry.

  • Evan Williams Cinnamon Reserve 750ML

    Bottled at an approachable 70 proof, and infused with natural hot cinnamon taste that complements the easy-to-drink Bourbon flavor, Evan Williams Cinnamon Reserve lives up to its tagline of "Intensely cinnamon. Incredibly smooth."

  • Evan Williams Honey Reserve

    Smooth like Evan and sweet like Honey. That’s what you get when you mix Evan Williams Bourbon with natural honey flavor. The whole party is going to love it. Chilled shots with good friends on a night that’s sure to have stories to tell the next morning. Color: Pale goldern straw Nose: Soft, citrus honey with Bourbon behind Taste: Sweet honey and allspice with vanilla & a hint of smoke Finish: Bourbon is evident with long, slightly spicey finish

  • Evan Williams Single Barrel Bourbon 750ML

    Like a fine wine, each bottle of Evan Williams Single Barrel Vintage Bourbon contains a date telling when it was put in oak and bottled, in addition to the exact serial number of the single barrel from which it was drawn. The elegant bottle is sealed with a cork stopper, finished in black wax and features a distinctive label that reflects the hand-crafted care that goes into the making of this Bourbon. "Sticky toffee, maple syrup, and vanilla cream notes up front are followed by candied fruit, refreshing mint, and spicy cinnamon. Dry, resinous oak finish. Kentucky's answer to a beautifully sherried Speyside single malt scotch. Outstanding!"

  • Ezra Brooks Bourbon Whiskey

    Ezra Brooks® is a genuine sour mash; aged naturally in new charred white oak barrels and charcoal filtered for a mellow flavor. Through seven generations it is, and will always be, the bourbon for those with a rugged spirit and a taste for adventure. The Ezra Brooks family also includes the Ezra Brooks Cinnamon flavor extension and the premium, single-barrel aged Ezra B.

  • Fighting Cock Bourbon 750ML

    "Deep amber-brown hue. First whiff is prickly due to 103 proof; as it settles down, aromas of baked apple, butterscotch and corn mash emerge. Palate entry is sweet; midpalate is manageably fiery. Finishes with mild heat and sweet corn. Slapped my palate around at first, then charmed it."

  • Four Roses Small Batch Bourbon 100 750ML

    Marrying, or mingling, multiple Bourbon recipes is an art in itself. Four original and limited Bourbons have been expertly selected by our Master Distiller at the peak of maturation to create a perfectly balanced small batch Bourbon that rewards you with a mellow symphony of rich, spicy flavors along with sweet, fruity aromas and hints of sweet oak and caramel. Finishes soft, smooth and pleasantly long. Best enjoyed straight up, on the rocks, or with a splash. 90 proof. 45% alcohol/volume.

  • Four Roses Yellow Label Bourbon

    Four Roses a worldwide favorite, especially when creating mixed drinks with a sophisticated, contemporary flare. Smooth, mellow with a unique, long finish.

  • Gentleman Jack Bourbon 80

    New oak, light caramel and butter; air contact allows the aroma to develop only modestly. Palate entry is seamless, off-dry and slightly nutty/oaky; at midpalate the taste veers to the fruity/grainy side. The mellower side of Jack Daniels.

  • High West Rendezvous Rye 750ML

    Boy howdy, sure does smell like darn good rye whiskey around these parts! Well golly, no wonder it does when there's High West Rendezvous Rye from Utah up in here! With a very high rye content in its mash bill, Rendezvous Rye is an authentic, spicy blend of that makes one heck of a Manhattan as well as being brilliant by itself. Nose: Rustic notes of oak and fruit, a little menthol. Slightly grassy, followed by sweeter notes of toffee and classic vanilla. Palate: Oak spices, pepper and even some chillies. Needles to say, it's rather spicy. Deep inside you'll find a little treasure cove of sweetness, but then it's back to the savoury notes from the nose. Finish: The heat continues from the palate (how could it not?) with fresh oak and tea leaves. Overall: A surprising rye whiskey, unique and very enjoyable.

  • Jim Beam Black Label 8 year old 375ML

    Jim Beam Color: Honey, amber. Aroma: Toffee and tobacco. Taste: Starts you off with a semisweet beginning, and notes of oak grow stronger as you go. Subtle toasted grains follow. Finish: Elegant. Long. Subtly flavored. Smooth. Eight years of aging make for a complex, sophisticated taste. Mixes well in cocktails. A premium bourbon with a more flavorful character. A must-have for every at-home bar.

  • Jim Beam Bourbon & Cola 6pk Cans

    These cans contain Jim Beam Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey and cola. We call it a Beam and cola. A drink made with authentic Jim Beam, from our family recipe passed down for seven generations of Beam distillers since 1975. Six - 355ml cans

  • Jim Beam Devil’s Cut Bourbon

    Jim Beam Devil’s Cut Bourbon (90 proof) is deep amber in color. The extracted bourbon carries with it a tremendous amount of tannins and color from the barrel, giving this whisky a deep, dark color. The nose is clearly dominated by strong oak tones with clear cinnamon spice and an undertone of vanilla and caramel. It’s a bold and spicy nose, much more aggressive than the tradition Jim Beam. The entry is very oak forward as the oak notes explode on the palate. Things ease a bit by the mid palate and more of the vanilla and caramel notes find their way from underneath the bold oak. There are some slight cinnamon spice notes present but they do battle with the oak and ultimately get lost. The finish is fairly long and dry with the oak notes really lingering.