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Bourbon is an American whisky, named after the Bourbon County district where many distilleries can be found. The basic raw material for bourbon is maize, possibly with other grains. The distillery may only be called bourbon after at least two years of aging in oak barrels. Bourbon is at least 40% ABV.
A shelf higher than the bottom shelf, there you will find this Basil Hayden's, distilled by Jim Beam, in the store. Just a bit more complex than the average bourbon, this is a whiskey where everyone can taste something different. What do you taste?
With Buffalo Trace bourbon whiskey you're always right: reliable quality, available everywhere and you get what you can expect from a bourbon: notes of vanilla, honey and toffee; a bit more spicy in the taste. In short, you get value for money!
The extra rye in the Bulleit bourbon whiskey recipe gives it its own character. Matured for 10 years on charred new oak and bottled at 45.6%: this results in a bourbon with an excellent price / quality ratio.
A nice introduction to bourbon whiskey, this standard bottle from Bulleit Distillery Co. A friendly price for a nice, not too complex bourbon. And then gives the extra rye in the recipe this bourbon whiskey also its own character.
If you want a bourbon for a reasonable price that exceeds the average bourbon whiskeys , then this Eagle Rare is for you: a single barrel bottling, aged 10 years in new American oak. He has everything a good bourbon must have.
This Elijah Craig bourbon whiskey is a Small Batch release. The small batch process provides a more balanced and smooth whiskey. This pleasant, warm bourbon from the Heaven Hill family matured in charred oak barrels and has an ABV of 47%.
A Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey from the Heaven Hill family. The Fighting Cock is a solid bourbon with its ABV of 51.5%. That strong character is also reflected in the label with the image of a fighting cock. This bourbon has no age statement (NAS).
Something different from the average bourbon in which you thoughtless tuck your ice cubes, this Four Roses Single Barrel Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey. Complex, full and supple, with a subtle, long finish. Try it without ice first is our advice!
This George Dickel No. 12 is a Tennesse sour mash whisky related to bourbon. 'No. 12' refers to the number of the recipe or 'mash-bill' that indicates which grains have been used in what proportion. In this case: 84% corn, 8% rye and 8% barley.
If Jack Daniel's Tennessee whiskey had not been produced in Tennessee, but elsewhere in America, 'bourbon whiskey' would have been on the label. Anyway, are you looking for a whiskey to mix with, then Jack Daniel's Old No. 7 is a great option!
Jack Daniel's Tennessee whiskey may not be called bourbon whiskey for a variety of reasons, but actually it is. In addition to the well-known standard bottlings, Jack Daniel's also releases other bottlings, such as this one. Single barrel and at 50% ABV.
Nothing to the detriment of the standard Jack Daniel’s bottlings, but this Single Barrel is something different. Just the bottle alone! But more importantly, the straight bourbon whiskey in that bottle is a rich and undiluted dram, at 64.5% cask strength!
Something different than a standard Jack Daniel's, this single cask bottling from the famous Tennessee whiskey-distiller. We do not know how many bottles came out of the barrel in 2017, but you will not often come across a bottle like this. Bottled at 45%
Kentucky bottler Jefferson’s selected 4 different bourbon whiskeys for this Very Small Batch and put them together. So actually it is a blended bourbon. One bourbon forms the basis, the other 3 give extra accents. Interesting!
This Knob Creek Small Batch Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey is with its 50% ABV a bit more powerful than the average bourbon. This small batch bottling is also more intense in terms of aroma and taste, with a 'full' mouthfeel. Also great for cocktails.
KOVAL is a small batch distillery in Chicago. All their products are made from organic raw materials, and all their whiskeys are 'single barrel', so bottled from one cask. This also applies to this bourbon. A nice bottle to get acquainted with this label.
Sour mash and bourbon whiskey are very similar in the production process. The difference can be compared to that between sourdough and fermented bread. To investigate the difference between sour mash whiskey and bourbon, this ageless bottle is a good opti
Old Bardstown is one of the brands of Kentucky Bourbon Distillers. Just a little different than their other Kentucky straight bourbon brands. In the Estate Bottled series, and bottled at 50.5% (101˚ proof). A bourbon that is worth further investigation.
Just a bit different bourbon than the famous names. And for a very reasonable price. This Old Bardstown Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey aged for about 6 years and shows a wide range of aromas and flavors, from citrus to syrup, smoke and wood.
This straight bourbon whiskey from the Widow Jane Distillery in Brooklyn, NY, is a single barrel bottling that matured 10 years on new American oak. It is an intense and complex bourbon, bottled at 45.5%, non-chillfiltered or colored.
Certainly also in view of the price, a good entry-level bourbon, this Wild Turkey 101. Matured in heavily-charred barrels of new white oak and bottled at a robust ABV of 50.5%. A bourbon whiskey to have in your bar as standard.
The Wild Turkey Distilling Co. in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky releases a solid straight bourbon whiskey with this bottling at 58.4%. A bourbon full of fruit, but also with chocolate and spices such as cinnamon. Not an average bourbon in any case.
For those who want to try bourbon whiskey, or those who want to go deeper than the standard bourbon, we can recommend the Woodford Reserve Distiller’s Select. Produced in the original way, in copper pot stills. And at a reasonable price.
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