Old Fitzgerald 100 pf Bottled in Bond Bourbon (750ml)

SKU #1057009

One of the best values in American Whiskey. This is the wheated equivalent to the incredibly popular Rittenhouse Rye 100 proof. It's a sleeper and it's one of the most popular bottles around - maybe the 1950's label? Anyway the goofy label makes this stuff taste even better. Think of it like a less sweet version of Maker's Mark. Perfection for $15?

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Staff Image By: Jeremy Bohrer | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 1/20/2014 | Send Email
When, just after Prohibition, Stitzle-Weller bought Old Fitzgerald for $10,000 Julian Van Winkle added a "whisper of wheat" to the recipe. That addition of wheat created a much softer rounder bourbon and because of that this is one of the best values in whiskey today. So what if it has a silly label, the stuff inside is delicious.

Staff Image By: Gary Westby | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 5/1/2010 | Send Email
This light, pleasing Bourbon is made with a good dollop of wheat in the recipe. Looking over my notes, I wrote "expensive tasting" and wish that I thought that about under $20 more often. The "bottled in bond" on the label means that it legally must be the product of one distillery, entirely from the produce of one seasons distilling, aged for a minimum of four years in a bonded warehouse with traceability for all the whiskey and released at 100 proof. Cinnamon and I love using this Bourbon at home for our "American/ French 75" a small jigger of Old Fitz, two teaspoons of simple syrup, the juice of half a fresh lemon and four ounces of real Champagne.
Top Value!

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