JW Dant BIB

JW Dant BIB

$19.99

JW Dant BIB

$19.99

100 proof. A sour mash bourbon from Heaven Hill, JW Dant Special Reserve has a strong rye influence.

Kentucky Senator 7 Year Batch 3 - John G. Carlisle

Kentucky Senator 7 Year Batch 3 - John G. Carlisle

$119.99

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. 

Kentucky Vintage

Kentucky Vintage

$37.99

Light, but not to be confused with lacking in complexity, just a very elegant, easy-sipper that is truly wonderful on it's own or a slight splash of water. Ginger, butter, apples, light mouth-feel, creamy texture. This is an example of a versatile Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey!

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.

Larceny Small Batch 92

Larceny Small Batch 92

$34.99

Created with wheat as the secondary grain, instead of the traditional rye, Larceny offers intriguing notes of sweet corn, fresh bread, toffee, brown sugar and vanilla, accentuated by hints of cinnamon, roasted nuts and caramel. Notes of oak, baking spice and honey emerge on the finish.

Maker's Mark

Maker's Mark

$29.99

Maker's Mark

$29.99

Nose: Fruity and rich. There are lovely notes of spiced honey and mixed peels, a little malmsey, hazelnut and a touch of cut fruit with toasty oak providing a backbone. Palate: Rich and full. There are notes of rye and spice, barley malt, a little nut oil with butterscotch and vanilla. Finish: Quite sweet with butterscotch and dry oak spice.

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.

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.

Minor Case Rye 90 Proof

Minor Case Rye 90 Proof

$46.99

On the nose wintergreen, corn, vanilla, and dark stewed fruits all blend together. The taste reveals a nice balance of young rye spice, dark stewed fruits and rich baking spices. The pleasant finish lingers with wintergreen, anise, and more of those dark, sherried fruits fruits fading slowly.

New Riff Balboa Rye

New Riff Balboa Rye

$74.99

In addition to our flagship New Riff Bourbon and Rye, our distilling team has stretched their creative muscles over the years, producing a number of what we call "specialty whiskeys". Balboa Rye is one of the first specialties we made. Our corn farmer Charles Fogg has been growing heirloom rye on his family's farm for many years. His chosen variety was Balboa rye, an heirloom grain which dates back to the 1940s as a rye variety popular in Indiana. He offered it to us and we distilled it into rye whiskey, probably the first time in decades that Balboa has been made into whiskey and quite surely the only example on the market today.

Now it has grown up in the barrel! Typical of heirloom rye, the Balboa grain is a little smaller than modern varieties, with a lower output per acre of planting -- but it's no less flavorful for that! Our Balboa Rye whiskey offers shimmering notes of spiced fruit unique from our flagship New Riff Rye.

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.

New Riff Bourbon BIB

New Riff Bourbon BIB

$39.99

It deftly balances classic vanilla notes with an assertive dose of spice, hints of leather, and a mild medicinal note that lingers on the finish. It's a welcome addition to Kentucky bourbon.

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.

New Riff Single Barrel Rye

New Riff Single Barrel Rye

$64.99

New Riff Distilling's Single Barrel Rye expression is a full bodied whiskey offering vibrant, spicy character. Bottled at Barrel Proof Without Chill Filtration, and featuring a mash bill of 95% rye and 5% malted rye, this 100% rye whiskey represents a new riff on one of the most influential of modern whiskey traditions. Aged four years in 53-gallon toasted and charred new oak barrels, there are no shortcuts taken in our 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. At New Riff, single barrel expressions are a way of life. As former Kentucky liquor retailers, we are intimately familiar with some of Kentucky's most famed single barrel Bourbon selections ever, and we bring that experience to New Riff. Each New Riff single barrel has been tasted and approved by our production panel. You may sample a New Riff Single Barrel knowing it was fully vetted for quality and character. Limited Availability.

Noah's Mill

Noah's Mill

$59.99

Noah's Mill

$59.99

Nose is robust with dark fruits, maple grass and leather. Palate is very creamy, rich and viscous with deep thanksgiving spices (think hazelnut and cinnamon). The finish is medium to long, with vanilla, more oak and slight pepper.