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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.
This Old Ezra 7 Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey, a sub-brand of Ezra Brooks, is produced by Luxco in Kentucky. The bourbon matured for 7 years in heavily charred barrels, which shows in the nose. The sweet notes also come from the cask. At 50.5%.
This Ancient Cask from the mysterious brand Very Olde St. Nick is a high-quality bourbon whiskey that, like all whisky from that brand, was intended for export to Japan. Once in a while a bottle like this ends up somewhere else. Like now in our shop!
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.
Distilled in a limited edition and bottled in a decanter in the shape of a pot still. A special Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey, this Willet Pot Still Reserve, with notes of vanilla lemon cake in the nose and caramel, vanilla, spices and citrus. 47%.
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.
One by Valentine Distilling Co. traditionally produced bourbon that has matured on American oak for four years. For those who want to go a little deeper than the standard bourbon whiskey.
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