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Four Gate Batch 14 "Old Sherry Pike"

Four Gate Batch 14 "Old Sherry Pike"

$199.99

Old Sherry Pike is a blend of 6-and 12-year old Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskeys with mash bills of 78 % corn, 10 % rye, 12 % malted barley for the 6-year and 74% corn, 18% rye, and 8% malted barley for the 12-year. The sherry barrels were originally used in Span to age Oloroso Sherry, a fortified wine known for its sweet and nutty characteristics. 1,757 bottles were produced at its natural cask strength - 59.45 proof, of 118.9% ABV without chill-filtration.

EH Taylor Small Batch

EH Taylor Small Batch

$199.99

Nose: Caramel apples, fresh corn and cloves. Butterscotch sneaks in after a while. Palate: More corn sweetness, mixed with slight spiciness of rye and cinnamon. Finish: Medium and very rich with creamy vanilla.

Pinhook Bourbon Country Distiller of Choice Single Barrels (Three Pack)

Pinhook Bourbon Country Distiller of Choice Single Barrels (Three Pack)

$180.00

As Pinhook’s Master Taster, Sean Josephs selected three of the brand's best Bourbon Country 4-Year Indiana single barrels for his Distiller of Choice experience. Each of these single barrels represents a specific flavor profile he seeks to highlight in Pinhook - spice, sweet, and smoke.  

All three barrels were aged four years in Warehouse B at Castle and Key, the longest rick house in the world of its kind, and are bottled at barrel strength. To begin your experience, lay out the laminated tasting mat we've included and pour yourself a half ounce of each single barrel. As you taste through the barrels, grab a bottle of Pinhook Vertical Bourbon War or Pinhook Bourbon Country Straight Bourbon to discover how barrels of the same age and recipe can be so different in flavor, and how each of these flavor profiles come through in the final blend.

Barrel #11 (Spice)Stored on 3rd floor of Warehouse B, 1st tier of the rick, 13th position back from the aisle. Proof: 114.1

Barrel #2 (Sweet)Stored on 3rd floor of Warehouse B, 1st tier of the rick, 4th position back from the aisle. Proof: 114.2

Barrel #12 (Smoke)Stored on 3rd floor of Warehouse B, 1st tier of the rick, 14th position back from the aisle. Proof: 115.2

Bardstown Bourbon Company Founders KBS Stout Finish

Bardstown Bourbon Company Founders KBS Stout Finish

$169.99

DESCRIPTION
Savor the latest addition to this innovative series with our Founder’s Brewing Co. release — 10-year-old Tennessee bourbon finished for 15 months in Founder’s KBS Stout barrels.

TASTING NOTES
A compelling blend of rich cocoa, orange peel, and roasted malt leads to dark chocolate, hazelnut, and black cherry on the palate. A warm, inviting finish rounds out this superb winter pour.

Weller Antique 107

Weller Antique 107

$149.99

This almost blew me off my chair. Always thought this was pleasant, if a little underwhelming, in the past. However, this bottling has had a few thousands volts passed through it as it now comes alive on the palate with a glorious blending of freshness and debonair aging.

Henry McKenna Single Barrel 10yr

Henry McKenna Single Barrel 10yr

$149.99

Aroma of warm spices, smoke and burnt caramel. Notes of chewy leather, chili peppers and habanero, which are complemented by subtle touches of dried fruits, vanilla and cinnamon. Finish is warm and lush, with bold notes of roasted corn, cloves and woody spices.

Kentucky Senator 7 Year Batch 3 - John G. Carlisle

Kentucky Senator 7 Year Batch 3 - John G. Carlisle

$124.99

Kentucky Senator’s third Bourbon offering, the John G. Carlisle Release, is named for the esteemed U.S. Senator John G. Carlisle, who was a leader of the Bourbon Democrats in Washington D.C. He was a major advocate for the Bottled-In-Bond Act of 1897, which is celebrating its 125th anniversary this year. Aged seven years in oak barrels, this pleasantly sweet Bourbon is 107 proof with a mash bill of 75% corn, 21% rye and 4% malted barley. 

Shortbarrel Two Pack (101 Rye/Mezcal Finished Whiskey)

Shortbarrel Two Pack (101 Rye/Mezcal Finished Whiskey)

$120.00

This two pack contains ONE bottle each of the Shortbarrel 101 Small Batch Rye and the new Mezcal Finished Whiskey.

Small Batch 101 Rye

What happens when a mezcal barrel meets a 5 ½-year-old Kentucky American Whiskey for 8 months … The result - a perfectly balanced blend of Kentucky and Oaxaca flavors that highlights the dark, rich oak of aged whiskey and the bright vanilla and citrus notes of mezcal - with just the right amount of smoke. Bottled at 111 proof, El Jefe balances strong, smooth, and sweet.

Shortbarrel is proud to bring to life this unique blend of flavors that pushes the boundaries of finished whiskey. Consisting of only 4 barrels, this super small batch American Whiskey is a blend of 5 ½-year-old Kentucky Straight American Whiskey (91% corn, 9% malted barley) finished for 8 months in ex-reposado mezcal barrels.

Tasting Notes

Aroma: Sweet American Whiskey upfront with a gentle hint of smokey mezcal (almost woody) on the first nose. Slight notes of vanilla, charred orange, pepper, sweet corn, and herbal background. 

Mouth: Orange’s, smooth creamy vanilla, honey, cinnamon spice, very bright citrus keeps going and going. This is 111 proof after all. Even with the proof, this offer’s up a buttery-like taste because of the 91% corn in the mashbill. The smokey flavor is there but not overpowering. The smoke shows up more with an ice cube in the glass which also enhances the normally known mezcal finish you would expect.

Finish: The extra time in the barrel helped here and so does the proof. This is one of those finishes that will make you want to grab a second/third glass as you try to figure out the nose and mouthfeel on this. The finish is long as you would expect from a 111 proof whiskey but it’s not a punch in the chest. This finish whiskey is creamy, almost buttery at times, the mezcal impact becomes increasingly evident as the warming finish develops, adding nuance to a palate that finds room for all the tasting notes.

Final notes: This mezcal finish was made to be drunk neat, with a cube or in a cocktail. We highly recommend adding a small ice cube or a drop of water to this whiskey to really let the finish shine. At this proof, mixologists should have a great time coming up with new and exciting recipes. Salud! to high standards and great friends. Shortbarrel hopes you enjoy this whiskey as much as we did experimenting with it.

Small Batch 101 Rye

Basketball, Racing, and Rye Whiskey, just a few of the things for which Indiana is known. When we started researching ryes for our first Shortbarrel expression, we knew where to look first. Although non-age stated, release #3 is a blend of non chill filtered MGP rye barrels, all over 5 years old and blended to our specifications. We feel that 101 is the perfect proof to hold up to cocktails, sip neat, or enjoy on the rocks. The spice blends with a subtle sweetness to dance this blend across all of your taste buds.

Tasting Notes

Mouth: Caramel, vanilla, slight mint, surprisingly sweet while holding onto the signature Shortbarrel bold, lingering spice that has become our trademark.

Aroma: Rye spice hits you quickly and then fades into lightly floral notes. Slight notes of baking spices, pepper, nutmeg, cinnamon, and mint candy in the background.

Finish: Despite a lower proof for some. The long, spice finish remained. It consisted of clove, rye spice, almond, oak, and tobacco leaf.

Eagle Rare

Eagle Rare

$120.00

Eagle Rare

$120.00

The nose is complex, with aromas of toffee, hints of orange peel, herbs, honey, leather and oak. The taste is bold, dry and delicate with notes of candied almonds and very rich cocoa. The finish is dry and lingering.

Western Reserve 12 Year Kentucky Straight Bourbon

Western Reserve 12 Year Kentucky Straight Bourbon

$119.99

A true Kentucky bourbon mash bill. 74% corn, 18% rye and 8% barley. After 12 years of being lovingly cradled in its oak barrel this bourbon was, in our opinion, ready to meet the world. In true Western Reserve Distillers fashion, we chose only the best barrels with the best color and the best flavor. A wonderful bourbon at 100 proof.

Born in Kentucky. Bottled in Ohio.

NOSE: cedar, floral, brown sugar

PALATE: cinnamon, white pepper, bold spice

FINISH: a lingering warmth with vanilla spice and a touch of oak

Elijah Craig Barrel Proof C921

Elijah Craig Barrel Proof C921

$99.99

To sip Barrel Proof is to experience Bourbon in its purest form: uncut, straight from the barrel, and without chill filtering. Each bottle is hand labeled with its unique proof and batch number; but the nose, taste, and finish are pure Elijah Craig.

Kings County Cask Strength

Kings County Cask Strength

$99.99

Clocking in at 116-128 proof depending on the batch, Kings County Barrel-Strength Bourbon is pulled from older barrels than our flagship bourbon, aged any where from two to almost five+ years. Many enthusiasts prefer whiskey straight from the barrel, which allows the drinker to add ice or water to taste. Smooth and bold, this is our most flavorful and intense whiskey. Wine and Spirits magazine awarded it Best Bourbon of 2015.

Our latest release of barrel strength bourbon has a 3 year age statement, but contains barrels as old as 5.7 years. This is intense, flavorful, versatile bourbon at 63.7% abv (128 proof). Notes of blackberry, fig, raisin, tobacco, brown sugar, toasted oak, and dried cherry on the nose, with ripe vine fruit, wild cherry, dark caramel, gingerbread, and a hint of cream soda on the palate. Never chill filtered, this is a richly textured, velvety whiskey for being such a high proof.

San Francisco World Spirits Competition: silver 2019, 2018, 2017, bronze 2016. ACSA Awards: Gold medal 2016, Best in Category Bourbon, silver 2019. ADI Craft Spirits Awards: bronze 2016, 2018.

Kings County Bottled in Bond

Kings County Bottled in Bond

$99.99

Kings County is among the very first craft distillers to release a style of whiskey that can be considered the highest class of American Whiskey. Bottled-in-Bond is a designation that refers to American whiskeys (and some brandies) that are distilled, aged, and bottled entirely at one distillery, from barrels filled in one season, by one distiller. Furthermore, the whiskey must be four years old and bottled at precisely 100 proof. In the old days, this was a way to protect the consumer from brands that were merely bottling up whiskey from other distilleries and blending or adulterating that whiskey. In an era when consumers still sometimes have a hard time knowing exactly where their whiskeys actually come from, bottled-in-bond best expresses the advantages we enjoy by making all our whiskey in-house from grain to bottle. Highly allocated but available everywhere.