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Bardstown Bourbon Company Fusion Series #5

Bardstown Bourbon Company Fusion Series #5

$49.99

The latest series, Fusion #5, showcases the fusion between exemplary 11-year-old sourced bourbon with two of our own carefully-selected mashbills. As we grow, our bourbon ages — a difference you can taste with each fusion release. Rich bread pudding and caramelized plantains with a touch of orange zest leads to flavors of dark chocolate and bing cherry on the palate, concluding with the signature smooth and balanced fusion finish, perfect for a cocktail or summer sipper.

Three Chord Blended Bourbon

Three Chord Blended Bourbon

$49.99

We use the best aged White American Oak staves from the Ozarks in Missouri at the Independent Stave Company. We selected a cooperage to assemble our barrels in Louisville, Kentucky that has 55 years of time-tested coopering techniques. All Three Chord Bourbons are aged in Number 4 Char (Alligator) barrels. We filter our water through reverse osmosis, one-micron filter that creates the cleanest, purest water possible. The longer whiskey ages, the more the wood takes over the flavor profile. Our 12-year-old whiskey in the blend helps create that smooth, refined finish. Our secondary, controlled, wood-charring process reintroduces compounds that create the maple syrup, caramel and vanilla character that consumers love. This secondary char is light, called a “toast”. We bottle our 100% blended bourbon 300 gallons at a time, for a consistent flavor profile and quality taste.

Belle Meade Small Batch

Belle Meade Small Batch

$49.99

The Belle Meade Bourbon classic expression is made from a proprietary blend of two high-rye-content mash bills and two yeast strains, barrel aged for six to eight years. Each selection of our flagship whiskey consists of just four barrels, chosen from the nation’s finest distillers, ensuring the highest quality when creating our award-winning signature flavor profile. It's delicious sipped neat or on the rocks. Because its 90.4 bottling proof lets it stand up to mixers other Bourbons can’t, it’s also an ideal foundation for your favorite cocktails. Flavors of maple syrup with floral and citrus zest notes give way to caramel and vanilla with bold rye spice. Proudly bottled in the state of Tennessee. Please enjoy responsibly.

Old Forester 1897

Old Forester 1897

$49.99

Nose: Robust, intense caramel.

Taste: Rich vanilla with roasted coffee notes, spiced dark fruit and mature oak. Mouth-filling. Sweet and intense.

Finish: Deep fruit, spice and oak notes layered over dark caramel and vanilla. Big and bold.

New Riff Single Barrel Bourbon

New Riff Single Barrel Bourbon

$49.99

A single barrel expression of the four year bourbon in toasted and charred new oak barrels. High-rye, full-bodied whiskey offering savory and spicy character. Flavors of vanilla, butterscotch, oak, and spice. Each barrel offers a slightly different flavor profile.

Michter's American Whiskey

Michter's American Whiskey

$49.99

Very fruity and sweet, this whiskey from Michter's positively drips with toffee and butterscotch, enlivened by toasty notes and a hint of vanilla and dried fruit. Technically not a bourbon due to its ageing in 'bourbon-soaked' barrels as opposed to new oak.

Chicken Cock Straight Bourbon

Chicken Cock Straight Bourbon

$49.99

Originally established in 1856 in Paris, Kentucky, Chicken Cock quickly became one of the larger bourbon brands of the 19th century. Forced to move production to Canada when Prohibition started, Chicken Cock was smuggled across the border in tin cans, where it rose to fame as a popular serve at some of the era’s most famous speakeasies, including the legendary Cotton Club in Harlem. At the Cotton Club, when patrons ordered a “Chicken Cock,” waiters would present the tin can tableside and ceremoniously open it to reveal the bottle of Chicken Cock Whiskey inside. Duke Ellington writes about Chicken Cock in his memoirs, referring to the “brand that was served in a tin can.” At a rumored $15 per bottle Chicken Cock wasn’t for the light of pocket, but it was a small price to pay to secure a prime table near some of the greatest musicians of the era. After prohibition, multiple attempts were made to bring “the famous old brand” back to its former glory, but shifting drinking habits caused it, along with many significant American Whiskey brands of the 19th and early 20th centuries, to disappear. It is thus with great pride that we have the honor to reintroduce to the world this once famous (and we hope soon to be famous again) brand, paying homage to its great history while embracing the future with a bold new look and flavor. 

To help provide the necessary assistance and guidance toward resurrecting this high quality whiskey and re-establishing its once famous reputation, Grain and Barrel Spirits hired the services of long time industry veteran, Gregg Snyder, as the Master Distiller and Blender for Chicken Cock Whiskey. Through Gregg's years of vast experience and knowledge, not only with making high quality whiskey, but also with making high quality whiskey barrels, Chicken Cock Whiskey is once again being recognized as one of the  best whiskies available in the world.

Distilled, aged, and bottled in Kentucky, Chicken Cock Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey has a rich, elegant mahogany hue color, a nose with a nice balance of oak tones with sweet notes of dried fruit, caramel and vanilla, and a taste which offers soft tannin upfront, which dissipates into delightful toasted oak lactones.  At 90 proof, there is a slight bourbon heat that lets you know this is a real-deal, full-bodied bourbon.  On the tongue, it evolves with a creamy, almost buttery mouth feel with sweet butterscotch notes followed by a wonderful vanilla wafer finish.  The bourbon is bottled in a prohibition-era replica of the original Chicken Cock bottle.

Boone County Small Batch

Boone County Small Batch

$49.99

Appearance: Perfectly balanced colors of copper, chestnut, and caramel. Aroma: Light notes of aged oak, vanilla, almond, and sugar cookie. Flavor: An elegant roundness; with appropriate notes of sweet oak, caramel, vanilla, and almond biscuit. Finish: A dash of aged rye and a pinch of cinnamon. The finish is smooth, consistent, and satisfying.

New Riff BIB Rye

New Riff BIB Rye

$49.99

New Riff Distilling’s core Rye whiskey is full-bodied, offering hugely spicy character. Building upon America’s 1897 Bottled-in-Bond Act—already the highest quality standard for aged spirits in the world—New Riff Rye is Bottled In Bond Without Chill Filtration. Featuring a unique mashbill of 95% rye and 5% malted rye, it represents a new riff on our hallowed local Rye whiskey traditions. Aged four years in full-size 53-gallon toasted and charred new oak barrels, there are no shortcuts taken in its traditional production. All New Riff whiskeys are made with the full sour mash Kentucky Regimen; all carry an age statement and are always bottled without chill filtration. Our distillers learned the black arts of the hardest whiskey in the world to make—the famed 95% Rye—under the direct tutelage of the distiller who mastered it in Indiana, Larry Ebersold of Seagram’s. Taking Master Larry’s instruction in hand, we put a riff on it to the tune of adding 5% malted rye, a unique twist that aids in pulling additional flavors out of the rye and adds a touch of the elegance of malted rye. New Riff Rye is splendid with a splash of water, and of course folds magnificently into classic Rye Manhattan and Old Fashioned cocktails.

Old Forester 1920

Old Forester 1920

$49.99

Nose: Strong cherry and dark fruit notes dominate the nose, and some light notes of caramel and seasoned oak linger underneath. Palate: On the front palate, a very brief berry note leads off the front and the flavor transitions to caramel and toasted nut notes. In the mid-palate, the caramel note drops off and seasoned oak and caramelized sugar lead into a light cream and seasoned oak finish.

Pikesville Rye Whiskey 110

Pikesville Rye Whiskey 110

$49.99

Aromas of dusty cocoa notes with oaky smoke underneath lead to a dry and spicy mouth-feel with honeyed rye and cloves on the palate with a long finish with hints of vanilla and baking spices.

Pure Kentucky

Pure Kentucky

$54.99

Pure Kentucky

$54.99

Pure Kentucky is an all natural product. Made with all natural ingredients and pure limestone water, it is a true masterpiece among Kentucky's finest Bourbons. This bourbon is hand-bottled, extra old, in very limited quantities, one small batch at a time.

Daviess County Cabernet Finish

Daviess County Cabernet Finish

$54.99

In 1927, Daviess County survived Prohibition by selling it as bonded medical whiskey. A proprierity blend of wheat and rye mash bill is used for sweetness and spice. Bottled at 96 proof and finished in a Cabernet Sauvignon barrel for depth.

Michter's Single Barrel Rye

Michter's Single Barrel Rye

$54.99

Crazy-sweet aroma, full of caramel, vanilla and a slight floral touch. The bite comes first (and lingers awhile), followed by vanilla, caramel and coconut flavors. It mellows considerably with ice and becomes quite like able, drinkable and mild.

Blade & Bow 91 proof

Blade & Bow 91 proof

$54.99

The solera liquid is mingled with other fine whiskies aged and bottled at Stitzel-Weller. Aged in new charred American white oak barrels, this bourbon has a subtle aroma of fresh fruit and a taste that includes hints of dried apricot, ripe pear and a sweet roasted grain. The finish has notes of charred oak and warm winter spices.

Wilderness Trail Wheated Single Barrel

Wilderness Trail Wheated Single Barrel

$54.99

Our high in small grain Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskeys are offered as a Single Barrel – Bottled in Bond. Two special releases in one bottle! The Single Barrel selection offers nuances only premium cooper select barrels can create from their toasting and using 18-month-old air-dried staves. After all, the barrels impart a large part of the flavor. In addition, the Bottled in Bond gives you assurance the Bourbon was properly distilled, aged between 5-6 years and bottled by us under the supervision of the U.S. Government at 100 proof. What is the mashbill? Our Bottled in Bond release mash bill is 64 percent corn, 24 percent wheat and 12 percent malted barley using our yeast strains. This is one of the highest ratios of wheat used in a Bourbon made in Kentucky. We entered the cooper select, toasted and #4 char barrel at 110 proof after coming off the still around 137 proof. We then age our Bourbon in our two -story Rickhouse A, moving floors each year of maturation.