LARCENY KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON
Larceny Kentucky Straight Bourbon has its origins in the history of John E. Fitzgerald and the Old Fitzgerald brand. Our Master Distillers select a limited number of barrels from specific floor locations in the rickhouse for Larceny’s six-year-old taste profile. Made with wheat as the secondary grain, instead of the traditional rye, Larceny is a smoother tasting Bourbon.
HENRY MCKENNA 10 YEAR BOURBON
This Bottled-In-Bond whiskey out of Heaven Hill needn’t bother with the dusty old Irishman they found to beauty the brand with his moniker, but they needed to call it something so Henry McKenna it is. Single barrel bourbons are remarkable bottlings so your mileage may fluctuate, yet you’ll be tasting a rye-consumer’s whiskey.
ELIJAH CRAIG SMALL BATCH BOURBON
The mark Bourbon bearing the name of Rev. Elijah Craig, a Bourbon pioneer who is attributed with being the primary distiller to age his bourbon in scorched oak barrels.
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