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New Riff "Single Barrel" Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey (750ml)
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Founded in 2014 by Ken Lewis and owned by one family, New Riff is led by a team of corporate refugees ranging from craft beer to politics and more. New Riff crafts a range of whiskeys: bourbon, rye, malted rye, a host of specialty recipes, and "Kentucky Wild Gin." Distiller's note: "While each Single Barrel owns its specific flavor profile, New Riff Bourbon generally shows big and spicy flavors. This is not a light, delicate, simple whiskey - we have crafted for robust and fulsome flavor from start to finish. Our unfiltered bottling regimen allows all th...
Price: $49.99

We fully expected this barrel to arrive months after our first Larceny barrel, but here they are for a perfect side by side. This beauty is roughly a year younger, but the barrel actually yielded nearly 20 bottles less than its older sibling. The concentration on this barrel is intense. It was laid down 4/15/13 and bottled just three weeks before its seventh birthday on 3/26/20. Those seven years in warehouse DD, floor 3 in Bardstown have provided incredible balance between the rich caramel tones, spicy wood influence, and creamy wheat profile of the 68%...
Price: $27.99


Woodinville is a Washington State Whiskey Company established in 2010. They heard the message loud and clear about what people wanted in craft whiskey: no short cuts. They do everything grain to glass. They work with a farmer in eastern Washington for all of their rye and corn. They age everything in full-sized, 53-gallon barrels. And most importantly...they waited. Patiently biding their time, they opted to only release whiskey in Washington State so they slowly build their stocks and bring a truly quality product to market in the 5-6 year old range. Ri...
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93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Resurrected after 23 years, this smooth, buttery American whiskey is worth the wait. It has mellow vanilla and oak flavors, with a faint cherry essence on the long finish that seems to urge, 'stir up a few Manhattans already.' (KN)" (07/2013) Wine & Spirits: "There hasn’t been a Michter’s distillery for some time now, until this new one recently sprang to life. That means the whiskey in the bottle comes from other producers, but it doesn’t make the whiskey inside Mitcher’s Sour Mash Whiskey any less delicious. Or mysterious....
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91 points Wine Enthusiast: "The antithesis of single-barrel Bourbon, this whiskey is made from 80 barrels of Kentucky Bourbon, individually selected and then blended in California. The end result is bright and pretty, a golden Bourbon with a light, fruity fragrance and touches of vanilla and honeysuckle, packaged in a tall wine bottle with an edgy label. (KN)" (07/2012) K&L Notes: Our dear friends at St. George have offended again! B&E always joked that St. George had "stolen" the whiskey from distillers back East for their in-house blend. The B&E had...
Price: $32.99

Maker's Mark Cask Strength 111.5 Proof Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey (750ml) (Previously $60) (Previously $60)
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92 points Whisky Advocate: "The nose offers bold notes of cocoa powder, brown sugar, peanuts, licorice, cherry pie, vanilla ice cream, and baking spice. The palate is creamy, with chocolate fudge, almonds, and shortbread, along with earthier notes of drying oak, old leather, and tobacco leaf. Cracked walnuts on the finish, along with almonds, chocolate, toasted oak, orange, and tea leaves. Lots of sweetness, spice, and nuttiness, all ringed by a hint of black pepper. (DF, Spring 2020)" K&L Notes: Kentucky's most popular wheated bourbon that isn't calle...
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This first of the Castle & Key distilled boubron of Pinhook has finally arrived.
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Bond & Lillard was a trusted name in the pre-Prohibition whiskey industry. Distilled and bottled and at the Wild Turkey distillery in Lawrenceburg, KY, this Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey is aged a minimum of seven years in timber warehouses and is charcoal filtered. This filtration process simulates the aeration process that happens in the barrel, converting more aggressive congeners to esters that end in more elegant top notes. The result is a lighter colored and flavored bourbon with more floral notes. As the judges at the 1904 World’s Fair decla...
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Buy a bottle - Redwood Empire plants a tree. Crafted in Sonoma, Redwood Empire is deeply tied to the forest. The whisky is a blend of sourced whisky (IN, KY, and TN) and their own distillate. The Pipe Dream - named for a Redwood in Humboldt Redwoods State Park that towers above the forest floor at 367-feet, is a blend of 4-12 year old bourbon and has a mashbill of 75 corn/21 raw rye/4 malted barley.
Price: $34.50

A marriage of Beam Kentucky rye whiskey, Canadian rye whiskey, and actual port wine, the new Basil Hayden's Dark Rye is a dessert-like whiskey that drinks in the same vein as the High West Mid-Winter Night's Dram or the Angel's Envy: a richly flavored elixir with a fat, chewy finish from the port.
Price: $34.99

Hirsch "The Horizon" Straight Bourbon Whiskey (750ml)
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A.H. Hirsch is a legendary name in American Whiskey - the true classics sell for thousands of dollars a bottle. Fortunately for those of us who like an every day drinker the brand has reimagined what it means to offer value in today's whiskey market. Refreshingly transparent, the new Hirsch release - The Horizon - open displays the source, mashbills, and ages of the distillate. The Horizon combines two straight bourbons distilled in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. Each bottle features a grid on the back label with exact batch specifications. 94% of the blend is ...
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90 points Wine Enthusiast: "Though it needs a little coaxing, this small-batch Bourbon is a fitting tribute to the four Bowman brothers, Virginia militia officers in the Revolutionary War. Give it some time and a splash of ice water, and the aromas and flavors open up. Look for sweet notes of almond, cocoa and caramel, plus the clove and nutmeg notes that build on the finish." K&L Notes: Distilled three times on a pot still like an Irish whiskey, Bowman Distillery in Virginia has been quietly churning out elegant Bourbon whiskey for years. Purchased by ...
Price: $29.97

I put a few glasses of the David Nicholson 1843 in the hands of my assistants here at K&L and told them it was a sample from a new Weller 107 single barrel that I had just purchased. Their eyes lit up and not one of them assumed the whiskey wasn't what I said it was. In fact, they were downright stoked about the quality. Then I immediately confessed. Alas, it was not Weller 107, but rather a new 100 proof wheated Bourbon from Luxco, the folks behind Rebel Yell and Ezra Brooks. How much would it cost, they asked? A cool $26.99, I replied. The nose is an a...
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Legent is the first of a kind collaboration between the two sides of the Beam Suntory production team. It begins with Kentucky Straight Bourbon distilled by Jim Beam's seventh-generation Master Distiller Fred Noe and aged for at least 4 years. The mature whiskey is finished in two types of wine cask, sherry and red wine, to develop characters and flavors not typical seen in a standard bourbon. These two whiskies are than meticulously blended with other older Kentucky Straight Bourbons by Suntory's fifth generation Chief Blender Shunji Fukuyo. The coming ...
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91 points Wine Enthusiast: "This addictive high-rye Bourbon, the first offering from the reincarnated Nelson's Green Brier Distillery, offers a pleasing caramel scent and dark, spicy flavors that evoke toffee and gingerbread, plus a citrusy tartness around the edges that leads into a mellower vanilla note. (KN)" (09/2014) Whisky Advocate: "A blend of high-rye bourbons (30% rye) aged 6 to 8 years. A warm, welcoming nose, with pleasant dunnage warehouse earthiness, toasted oak, maple syrup, cinnamon, blackberries, grape candy, licorice, and an herbal not...
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The Willett Distilling Company, which has been family owned and operated since 1935, is now the home of Kentucky Bourbon Distillers, Ltd. The Pot Still Reserve is KBD's flagship single barrel product, and while it doesn't carry an age statement, it is of the highest quality. Because it is bottled in single barrel format, the precise flavors change from cask to cask. However, the general style of this bourbon, despite the single cask nature, is one of great elegance. It is bottled in a lovely glass pot still decanter. A very graceful bourbon. It's very su...
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This innovative whiskey company's Points of Interest release is a collaboration with eclectic "Field Guide" travel publisher Wildsam. The bottle is accompanied by a leaflet packed with "intriguing information gathered from less-explored corners of the country."
Price: $34.99

Old Forester K&L Exclusive Single Barrel "#OF201497 (Warehouse H, Floor 4)" Straight Kentucky Bourbon Whisky (750ml)
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Old Forester has been knocking it out of the park recently. The new Whiskey Row series has seen tremendous demand with each release, the Birthday Bourbon is one of the hottest whiskies every year, and the single cask program remains one of the most straight forward, delicious, and accessible programs in Kentucky. While they don't give specific distillation and bottlings dates, these casks typically see 5 or 6 years in Old Forester's famous patent warehouses. The steam heating and natural cooling provided throughout the cold Kentucky winters gives the bou...
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The Nicholson Reserve Kentucky Bourbon is a classic corn/rye mashbill Bourbon also at 100 proof. Basically, if you liked our 100 proof Faultline release from a few years back, this is like a baby version for a $12 discount. There are some great herbaceous accents, lots of pepper from the rye, and a gush of savory notes on the finish, but again the texture is the real star. The nose is brimming with toasted wood and the 50% ABV really dials up all that oak from front to back. The Nicholson Reserve at $32.99 is like the perfect middleground between the sta...
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According to Whiskey Advocate: "Although Louisville’s Kentucky Peerless Distillery uses sweet mash to create its rye and bourbon, Baker and Heist believe that Wilderness Trail was the first Kentucky distillery to embrace the process as the sole mashing technique. (In fact, Baker and Heist assisted Peerless in selecting their yeast strains and designing their sweet mash process.) As with clean steam, sweet mashing—rather than the practice of sour mashing, where a small amount of fermented mash is included in the following batch—is meant to produce a softe...
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One of the more interesting and intriguing independent bottlings of bourbon since Black Maple Hill went out of production, Lost Republic whiskey is made of three different bourbons from three different states: Indiana, Tennessee, and California. Matt Weese and his team in Healdsburg are contracting spirits and aging the barrels separately in their Napa warehouse, using them to create a fruity, grainy, and gritty style of American whiskey. The fruity, young whiskey aromas are potent on the nose, but the woody, vanilla notes balance out the youth on the pa...
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90-95 points Wine Enthusiast: "Nice bouquet that includes defined aromas of buttered corn-on-the-cob, sawdust, freshly sawed pine, cedar, baking spices and dried fruit. Entry is vividly spirited and potent but not harsh or overpowering; the midpalate highlights corn meal, breakfast cereal, orange rind, dark chocolate and toffee. Sophisticated, yet powerful and assertive. *Best Buy*" (12/2008) K&L Notes: The classic Jim Beam expression - big spice, lots of cinnamon and clove notes, with great richness cutting through the high proof.
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Distilled by Lexington Brewing and Distilling Company, the Town Branch Bourbon is named for the Town Branch waterway on which Lexington was founded. The mash bill is 72% corn, 15% malted barley, and 13% rye. A smooth and easy-sipping bourbon with notes of caramel, brown sugar, and black cherry.
Price: $29.99

98 points Wine Enthusiast: "A beautiful, mouthwatering newcomer to the whiskey scene. Named for the 'angel’s share,' the portion that evaporates from the barrel during the aging process, this golden amber spirit is finished in Port barrels, which explains those juicy red-fruit notes that slide into the long finish. Look for orange peel, vanilla and roasted nut flavors, too. (KN)" (07/2012) 93 points Whisky Advocate: "Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey finished in a port pipe. This is veteran master distiller Lincoln Henderson’s newest creation, and it's...
Price: $39.99

Taking Daviess County's unique blend of rye and wheat bourbon mashbills and finishing them in French oak gives an added layer of spice complexity you usually only find in fine wine and that cannot be matched by the sweet profile of American oak. Finished just long enough to give a perfect balance and dry finish.
Price: $44.99

With a heritage dating back to 1874, Daviess County Distilling Company was one of the first great bourbon distilleries of Kentucky. It also paved the way for more than a dozen other distilleries that opened in Daviess County pre-Prohibition. Now, in honor of the county’s rich history, they are reintroducing Daviess County Bourbon to the world. Featuring a unique blend of ryed and wheated mashbills, it’s a masterpiece unmatched in both flavor and heritage. K&L Notes: "The unique blend of rye and wheated mashbills lends a little bit of everything to this d...
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It's rare that wine finished bourbon actually brings something to the table. The complexity of Daviess County's underlying combination of wheat and rye mashbills gives enough of a canvas for the gentle finishing in Cabernet casks to really paint a beautiful picture of soft oak tannin and dark red fruit on top of the bourbon without overwhelming it.
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Basil Hayden's Kentucky Bourbon (750ml)
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93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Complex and balanced, this go-to bourbon features vanilla aromatics with a touch of fresh apple. On the palate, it's light at first, showing vanilla and honey, and winds into deeper, rounded notes of cocoa and hazelnut. Splash in ginger ale for a highball and sip all night long. *Best Buy* (KN)" (07/2015) Whisky Advocate: "Interesting that the label says 'Artfully Aged,' yet there’s no actual age statement. Lively nose, good rye snap and spice, a bit of mint and oaky edge. Not hot, well-behaved on the tongue, and happily giv...
Price: $29.99

94 points Wine Enthusiast: "This complex whiskey has a bold caramel aroma and, at 100 proof, an unsurprising hit of alcohol heat. Balanced with a bit of water, the caramel palate shows zesty orange peel, espresso, maple and clove. The long finish is bracing and drying, with leather and oak, plus flickers of citrus and spice. *Best Buy* (KN)" (09/2016) 93 points Whisky Advocate: "This big, sweet, warming bourbon strikes all the right chords. Sizzling sweet corn meets generous oak, like dusty old books, but the bright peach nectar, wet walnuts, and vibra...
Price: $38.99

93 points Wine Enthusiast: "The latest addition to the Woodford line has a sweet aroma, evoking allspice, root beer and caramel. The palate shows plenty of vanilla and caramel but finishes bracingly dry and spicy, with bitter chocolate, clove and a tongue-numbing touch of cayenne. (KN)" (07/2015) Whisky Advocate: "Distilled from a relatively low-rye mash of 53% rye, 33% corn, 14% malt; true to Woodford Reserve form, a mingling of whiskeys distilled at Woodford and at Brown-Forman in Louisville. Nose of leather, cinnamon, rye snappiness, and hints of re...
Price: $32.99

90-95 points Wine Enthusiast: " The bouquet has a dry, grainy aroma which is accented by peppery/spicy scents. The palate entry is surprisingly sweet and corny, considering how dry the aroma is; the midpalate point is deep, corny sweet, sap-like and a bit syrupy. Ends up well and balanced, with a backnote of dried red fruit (raisins, prunes). *Superb/Highly Recommended* " (12/2007) K&L Notes: The Michter's name has been synonymous with great whisky since the 1950s. While the famous whiskey is no longer distilled at the Schaefferstown Distillery in Penn...
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91 points Wine Enthusiast: "This skillfully blended Bourbon has a gentle vanilla fragrance and plenty of vanilla, pecan pie, maple sugar, oak and lemon-peel flavor. *Best Buy* (KN)" (09/2016) Whisky Advocate: "Oak-driven nose, where dusty oak floorboard meets light brown sugar and some herbal notes. On the palate this delivers tropical fruits, with hints of banana and papaya, and features a nice slick mouthfeel that succumbs to drying tannins, ending with nutty qualities and earthy forest floor. Simple and easy to enjoy. (JL, Fall 2018)" K&L Notes: N...
Price: $28.99

Old Elk "K&L Exclusive" Cask Stength Single Barrel Bourbon Whiskey (750ml)
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Former MGP Master Distiller Greg Metze left the Indiana distillery in 2016 to work in spirits consultation full-time, but now works exclusively with Old Elk in Fort Collins, CO. The distillate from some of his last work while at MGP now makes up the bulk of Old Elk. Utilizing a mash-bill with nearly four times the malted barley of most commercial bourbons, combined with a Slow Cut proofing process that takes place over several weeks rather than a couple of days, he has created something uniquely his and dangerously delicious. Expect generous caramel, dar...
Price: $49.99

Whisky Advocate: "Finished 2 years in Quady Black Muscat barrels. Deep amber, ruby hues. Richly sweet, with raspberry preserve, pipe tobacco, dark chocolate, prune, honeysuckle, vanilla, and black tea. Dry leather finish cuts through the sweetness. Unique and peculiar. (JH, Spring 2017)" Wine Enthusiast: "Made with a blend of straight Bourbons, this whiskey has a mild vanilla and resin scent. On the palate, flavors run to vanilla, cedar and citrus. Adding water brings out distinct cinnamon and peach notes, before fading into vanilla. (KN)" (07/2015) K...
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93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Look for a gorgeous copper hue with orange highlights, a butterscotch-like aroma and soft feel. This Bourbon offers lots of fruit on the palate--orange, apricot, tropical fruit--that finish long, with caramel and a bracing burnt-orange peel note. (KN)" (09/2014) Wine Spectator: "The dry, spicy, almost austere nose has a promising note of corn, and it delivers on the palate: sweet corn, berries and apricot, a touch of leather and cinnamon, with a bright, spicy finish. A mix of pot-still and column-still whiskeys. " (02/2012) ...
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Whisky Advocate: "Expressively aromatic, with orange, chai spices, incense, spearmint, and Juicy Fruit gum, buttressed by earthy moss and cedar. Equally vivid flavors of dry oak, pepper, cinnamon Red Hots, dried orange peel, orange pekoe tea, and chili-chocolate, but it loses steam on the finish. Water tames some of the brasher qualities without dampening the liveliness. (SSB, Spring 2019)" K&L Notes: The newest release from that special distillery up on Old Potrero hill. This is blended American whiskey, but it stands out from the category due to the i...
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In 1783, their namesake opened Kentucky’s First Distillery on the banks of the Ohio River. Many years and barrels later, they still produce Bourbon the right way, using the same time-honored methods.
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Whisky Advocate: "Ripe fruit (peach, apricot, golden raisin) on the front of the palate, followed by layered sweet notes of caramel, butterscotch, and toffee, finishing with oak, dried vanilla, and a hint of cinnamon. Great mouthfeel. Each barrel is unique in flavor profile. There’s no barrel number identified on the label, so the one you buy may vary slightly. Having said this, the barrel I reviewed was very enjoyable. (JM, Summer 2016)" K&L Notes: Sazerac's other distillery, the Barton facility in Bardstown, is not nearly as well-known as the Buffalo ...
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Rowan’s Creek bourbon is stored in charred oak barrels and is hand-bottled at 50% alc./vol. (100 proof). This boutique bourbon is still made in small lots, batch-by-batch. Rowan's Creek takes its namesake from the creek that runs directly through the distillery. This creek still carries the best limestone spring water that is essential for making good bourbon.
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95 points from Jim Murray's Whisky Bible: "The Old Bardstown Estate is one of KBD's premium offerings and bottled at 101 proof. It's a high corn recipe, so less spice and more round rich flavors than some of KBD's other high-end offerings. For all those missing Black Maple Hill's juice, this might be a solid substitute."
Price: $39.99

This unique program allows you to send away for a custom label for you Maker's Mark bottle in a beautiful decanter. It is the perfect gifting opportunity for the wheated Bourbon lovers in your life.
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93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Finished in the barrel with specially seared oak staves, this bourbon is a new classic. In the glass, it sports a bright maple color, and lively, spicy aromas and flavors of oaky vanilla and tropical fruit touched with clove, ginger and allspice. (KN)" (07/2013) 90 points Whisky Advocate: "This is original 'red wax' Maker's Mark that received additional aging in barrels containing internal 'seared' French oak staves. The original Maker's Mark, being a wheated bourbon (instead of rye, which is typically used), is rather mello...
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Whisky Advocate: "Broad, earthy undercurrents of cigar wrapper, dark fertile soil, and spice support the honeyed sweetness and vanilla of this big-screen bourbon. Overall, the sweetness is well-tempered by cedar humidor, tea leaf, root beer spice, and berry fruit combining seamlessly on the palate. Well-balanced and easy sipping. Best neat. (JL, Spring 2019)"
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Jack Daniel's has done a number of Tennessee Tasters' releases. These specially selected experimental bottles have previously only been sold at the distillery in Lynchburg, TN and a few select in state liquor stores. The Hickory Smoked release is the first to be offered outside the state. The whiskey has been matured in barrels with charred hickory staves which add a smoky component and bring together Tennessee's two great traditions of whiskey and BBQ.
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94 points Wine Enthusiast: "This seven-year-old small batch whiskey is a powerhouse. Oak and vanilla aromas skew sweet. The palate is deep and dark, silky and spicy, showing cocoa and espresso. Adding water doubles down on the espresso notes, bringing clove and black pepper forward into a big, grippy finish that sings with spice. *Best Buy* (KN)" (06/2020) 90 points Whisky Advocate: "Wheated bourbon fans will enjoy this wheat whiskey with its distinctly bourbon nose of sweet cornbread and new oak, topped off with mint and pine aromas. It starts soft on...
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Whisky Advocate: "Oak-driven and tightly wound, with herbal licorice, beeswax, and dried peaches. There is a real outdoorsy quality here of forest floor, autumn leaves, and cut grass. But it feels somewhat tired and weary on the palate, then falls apart with the addition of water. Grab the older bottling (50% ABV). This release has dropped in both proof and quality. (JL, Fall 2018)"
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