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Doc Swinson's 15 Year Old "Rare Release Batch #9" K&L Exclusive Exploratory Cask Series Unchillfiltered Small Batch Cask Strength Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey (750ml)
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Doc Swinson's has become an absolute sensation in the bourbon world. The skeptics have been silenced and countless bourbon lovers have fallen in love with their exceptional exploratory cask 15 year. It would be negligent not to mention that for those paying attention, the first batch of 15 year old (batch #6) has now become a serious collector's item. Its successors, batches #7 & #8, sold at record speeds and have been received with equal gusto by aficionados and amateurs alike. Amazingly, our friends at Docs have secured this new batch of 15 year. It's ...
Price: $159.99

92 points Whisky Advocate: "New Riff is still too, well, new to have established “classic” flavors, but this bourbon certainly shows consistency with the distillery’s bottled in bond version—amped up here at barrel proof. Almonds and berries lead the nose, but it boasts voluminous depth with notes of peanuts, iced tea, orange blossom, tobacco leaf, and baking spice. Dark fruit, textured spice, savory peanuts, dark chocolate, mint oil, orange, almond, and cherry on the palate; adding water is a good idea. The finish extends all the flavors with seemingly ...
Price: $49.99

After Jim Murray awarded the 2020 Whisky Bible's Whisky of the Year to Barton Distillery's 1792 Full Proof, it's been absolutely impossible to keep their products in stock. While we were able to select a couple of full proof barrels (and bought every one we could because it's delicious) the whiskey is outstanding at any proof, so when we were able to pile on with a barrel of BIB - it was a no brainer.
Price: $39.99

Elijah Craig "Small Batch" Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey (750ml)
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91 points Whisky Advocate: "Subtly complex and nicely rounded. A bed of sweetness (caramel, vanilla) peppered with honey-kissed fruit, golden raisin, and a hint of marzipan. Pleasing oak grip and dried spice on the finish. A great value for such a high-quality bourbon. (JH, Spring 2017) " K&L Notes: Coming from the great master distiller Parker Beam, the Elijah Craig bourbon has to be one of the best-value bourbons on the market! Great balance of sweetness and spice. Also, at 94 proof, it has just the right amount of kick.
Price: $24.99

New Riff Bottled-In-Bond Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey (750ml)
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Whisky Advocate: "Fresh and delicate on the nose, with stone fruit—especially peaches—white pepper, orange Creamsicle, and spice. A generous oak backbone provides the foundation for plums, nectarines, black pepper, clove, chamomile tea, and piney cedar that sweeps into a dry oak, cocoa, iced-tea finish. Although a bit hot at times, the balance and array of flavors is an outstanding coup for this young distillery. (SSB winter 2018)" K&L Notes: Jacob Grier from The Distiller writes: "New Riff has pulled off a rarity with their bourbon: a bottled-in-bond, ...
Price: $39.99

Originally a mysterious oddity only known to the hardest of the hardcore Kentucky bourbon fanatics, Black Maple Hill rode the popularity explosion in craft whiskey to its demise - almost. As the boom peaked, along with BMH's prices, the supply of their confidential, age-stated whiskeys essentially dried up and Black Maple Hill exited the market, it seemed. Undaunted, the brand's owner sought far and wide for new supply, and he found his diamond in the rugged and rough high plains of northeastern Oregon - the Steins family farm and distillery. Originally ...
Price: $79.99
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Barreled on 4/15/2013 and aged in Deatsville Rickhouse DD, 3rd floor, this wheated single barrel is one of the few whiskies available from these unique tiered roof rickhouses that previous belonged to the T.W. Samuels Distillery. Every single barrel of Larceny we've selected so far has been a smash hit and this is no doubt going to be another example of Kentucky single barrels flying off the shelf. The combination of sweet caramel, dusty spice, and creamy texture is unmatched. The barrel was 122.8 proof when pulled before bottling. Of all of our Larceny ...
Price: $27.99

The Ezra Brooks hails from the newly built Lux Row Distillery in Bardstown Kentucky. The brand was originally created by the Hoffman Distilling Company in Lawrenceburg, KY in 1957. In the 70s when Hoffman closed, the brand almost disappeared. It was revived the Luxco Company of St. Louis Missouri when they purchased the brand in 1993. It was an example for many years of how undervalued bourbon was in general, as old age statements sold for very low prices. But Luxco has successfully transitioned the brand to one of the most interesting labels on the mark...
Price: $34.99

95 points Wine Enthusiast: "Created by master distiller Brent Elliott to mark the distillery’s grand reopening, this Bourbon is the first permanent addition to the portfolio since 2006. This is a concentrated sip—even with plenty of water— showing warm, toasty vanilla, sugar cookies and buttery brioche, finishing extra-long and drying, accented by plenty of baking spice. It’s a real lipsmacker. (KN)" (06/2020) 93 points Whisky Advocate: "The limited-edition releases from Four Roses are always top-notch, but this bourbon—a permanently available addition...
Price: $54.99

Distilled by Buffalo Trace, this 4-year-old rye bourbon won the Silver Medal in the 2016 Los Angeles International Spirits Competition and a Great Value award, 93 points, in the 2016 Ultimate Spirits Challenge.
Price: $14.99

Kentucky Owl Batch #10 Bourbon Whiskey (750ml)
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Kentucky Owl's origins date back to 1879 when pharmacist Charles Mortimer Dedman built a distillery on the Kentucky River. This operated until 1916 when, as a precursor to total Prohibition, his stocks were confiscated by federal agents, and moved to a warehouse in Frankfort. This burned down in mysterious circumstances, and C.M. Dedman gave up distilling. Having been acquired by the Stoli Group in 2018, the company is building Kentucky Owl Park on a 420 acre site at Cedar Creek Quarry in Bardstown. This will include a distillery, warehouses, and several...
Price: $349.99

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....
Price: $49.99

Originally a mysterious oddity only known to the hardest of the hardcore Kentucky bourbon fanatics, Black Maple Hill rode the popularity explosion in craft whiskey to its demise - almost. As the boom peaked, along with BMH's prices, the supply of their confidential, age-stated whiskeys essentially dried up and Black Maple Hill exited the market, it seemed. Undaunted, the brand's owner sought far and wide for new supply, and he found his diamond in the rugged and rough high plains of northeastern Oregon - the Steins family farm and distillery. Originally ...
Price: $79.99
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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 ...
Price: $39.99

After Jim Murray announced that the 2020 Whisky Bible's Whisky of the Year goes to Barton Distillery's 1792 Full Proof, it's been absolutely impossible to keep their products in stock. While we've locked down every barrel of full proof we could get our hands on (both before and after the award) we also know that their other bottlings are just as good. Here we've batched together barrels 4216 and 4217 for the K&L Exclusive Small Batch Bottling. For just 35 bucks you can get a hold of a tiny batch of some of Kentucky's Finest Bourbon.
Price: $34.99

92 points Wine Enthusiast: "A good workhorse for all manner of cocktails, this bright amber Bourbon has a butterscotch aroma and oaky, relatively dry flavors that elongate into a rich caramel finish. *Best Buy* (KN)" (07/2013) Wine Spectator: "You'll get sweet cinnamon and rich corn pudding in the nose, with hints of meadow grass and bergamot. This one's warm and rich, nicely balanced by drying oak that tamps down the cinnamon from the nose. Well-balanced and sippable. (LB)" (02/2012) Whisky Advocate: "Effervescent, tingly mouthfeel, but the flavor b...
Price: $21.99

90 points Whisky Advocate: "An herbal nose of thyme, dill, and licorice underpinning notes of blueberry jam, cherries, chocolate, honey-roasted nuts, and old leather. The palate is full and creamy, with milk chocolate, cinnamon, blackberry, toasted almond, dried herbs, and oak. Water brings out more chocolate and spicy heat. A long finish of oak, almond, chocolate, and cracked pepper, with a tobacco overlay. A big, robust bourbon with plenty to like. (DF, Fall 2019)" K&L Notes: One of the most exciting new producers in Louisville is the Kentucky Peerle...
Price: $69.99

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


Corner Creek 10 Year Old Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey (750ml) (Previously $60) (Previously $60)
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The enigmatic Corner Creek brand was bottled for years at a famous little family owned distillery in Bardstown. Recently the brand moved production to the Kentucky Artisan Distillery in Crestwood production and relaunched with this new 10 year old expression. The source is a secret, but there's no question that Corner Creek has the connections to find some seriously delicious bourbon and this new expression is leaps and bounds ahead of the previous no-age-stated Corner Creek. They've selected their choicest stocks for this product and bottled them withou...
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91 points Whisky Advocate: "The perfect proof. Rich in color, aroma, and flavor. It begins with powerful caramel, baking spice, chocolate, cherries, cinnamon, and toffee. Then nuance and complexity. Honey, jalapeño, rosemary, crème brûlée, malt, and fruit, from the spicy citrus of grapefruit to prunes and dried apricots. Hard to believe this is over 100 proof, as you never sense the strength challenging you to find what’s next amidst the subtlety. Extremely long finish with cherry, cinnamon, and caramel. Value Pick. (FM, Winter 2016)" K&L Notes: As one ...
Price: $54.99


Baker's 7 Year Old Single Barrel Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey (new package) (750ml)
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Arguably the biggest and best overhaul of the Small Batch range from Beam takes this long overlooked excellent whiskey in its own right and gives it a its proper due. Every bottling going forward will be a minimum of 7 years old and bottled as a single barrel. The flavors are like a greatest hits of bourbon with apples, autumn leaves, caramel, vanilla, clove, nutmeg in copious amounts. You definitely want to drink this whiskey.
Price: $59.99

Barrel details: Yield: 192 bottles. Barreled 7/7/15 and bottled 8/31/2020. Mashbill: 60%C/36%R/4%MB. After years of pining for the days of bourbon yore, we've finally come full circle to re-release the Ol' Old Scout in its original form. There's been tons of confusion on the market due to Smooth Ambler's recent release of a large parcel of Tennessee bourbon which was acquired from the famous distillery at Cascade Hollow, but this product is not that. Those whiskies are much loved by certain folks but show a completely different character than the origina...
Price: $49.99



This bourbon started out as an experiment with just three bourbon barrels as Jefferson's CEO Trey Zoeller decided to see what would happen if Bourbon was left to age on a ship in extreme weather conditions. From the distillery: "The result was a thick, dark bourbon that showcases complex flavors reminiscent of other spirits; the almost black color and caramel flavors resemble a dark rum as the sugars within the barrels caramelized; the briny, savory taste from the barrels breathing the sea air is reminiscent of Islay Scotch; and at its core, it’s a true...
Price: $82.99

Old Forester "1910 Old Fine Whisky" Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey (750ml)
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Distiller's notes: "1910 Old Fine Whisky, Old Forester’s fourth and final expression in the Whiskey Row Series, is a double barreled Bourbon creating a smooth mingling of sweet oatmeal raisin cookie and milk chocolate, caramel corn, and evolving spice that lead into a refined, charred oak finish. Nose: Interlaced layers of buttercream, sticky toffee, cedar, and apricot. Taste: Smooth, well rounded mingling of sweet oatmeal raisin cookie and milk chocolate leading into caramel corn and evolving spice. Finish: Charred oak leads with a clean peripheral spic...
Price: $59.99

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

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...
Price: $26.99


91 points Wine Enthusiast: "Look for bold vanilla aroma, a drying feel and loads of vanilla, brown sugar and even touches of butterscotch on the exceedingly long finish. It's surprisingly smooth for a 101-proof product, although the alcohol indeed makes its presence known. It stands up well to dilution, which blunts the alcohol edge and coaxes out more vanilla. *Best Buy* (KN)" (07/2015) K&L Notes: This is Wild Turkey's super-premium Bourbon, bottled at 101-proof. It has a soft nose for such a high proof Bourbon, with scents of dates and vanilla and or...
Price: $19.99

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...
Price: $54.99

Kentucky's most popular wheated bourbon that isn't called "Pappy," Maker's Mark has long been famous for using winter wheat as the flavor grain (along with the majority of corn) instead of the ubiquitous rye. The only thing that ever kept Maker's Mark from capturing the hearts of serious bourbon aficionados everywhere was the low proof. In 2014, however, they released a tiny amount of cask-strength whiskey to Kentucky residents and people went bananas. Seeing that landing a bottle of Pappy today is like winning the lottery, the Maker's Mark Cask Strength...
Price: $39.99

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...
Price: $49.99


It's rare to have a "new" bourbon launch these days that is actually 100% distilled, aged, and bottled in Kentucky. In this case, the whiskey is produced at the incredible Bardstown Bourbon Company facility in collaboration with their master distiller and Kentucky Legend - Steve Nally. Enter Chicken Cock - a pre WWII brand that has been resurrected. Bottled in a beautiful apothecary style bottle, the whiskey is bottled without chill filtration at a respectable 90 proof. Butterscotch and vanilla sweetness abound and are balanced out by lots of barrel spic...
Price: $64.99

Basil Hayden's 10 Year Old Kentucky Bourbon (750ml)
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The Basil Hayden 10 Year is the same high-rye bourbon Hayden fans know and love but aged longer for a softer smoother experience. The deep rye grain is balanced perfectly with the mellow vanillas and sweet oak aromas. Basil's trademark spice is always there keeping things honest. At 80 proof it's easy enough for anyone to appreciate. When you want to turn it up a bit, but not scare anyone off, the Basil 10 year is a great choice.
Price: $59.99

After years of pining for the days of bourbon yore, we've finally come full circle to re-release the Ol' Old Scout in its original form. There's been tons of confusion on the market due to Smooth Ambler's recent release of a large parcel of Tennessee bourbon which was acquired from the famous distillery at Cascade Hollow, but this product is not that. Those whiskies are much loved by certain folks but show a completely different character than the original Old Scout. The brand became famous for bottling excellent bourbon and rye sourced from the large di...
Price: $49.99

Kentucky Owl "Confiscated" Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey (750ml) (Previously $120) (Previously $120)
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91 points Whisky Advocate: "The nose is spiced—cinnamon, allspice, clove, pepper—and rich with cooked fruit—blueberry jam, stewed plums, pomegranate molasses—as well as roasted peanuts, vanilla, and oak. In the mouth, there’s more liveliness, with Big Red gum, cherry pie, blackberry cobbler, peanuts, and cinnamon-apple coffee cake. It wraps up beautifully, with chili-chocolate, roasted nuts, and cigar end. Kentucky Owl doesn’t disclose the ages of the bourbons used in this bottling, but the balance of maturity on the nose and verve on the palate work to ...
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The Fusion Series is one of the best product lines ever produced by any young distillery. It showcases exactly what it is meant to - the distillery's own whiskey - but it never falls prey to tasting young and new-makey. Fully 60% of the blend is BBC's own 3 year distillate: a combination of their high rye mashbill (42% of the blend) and wheated mashbill (18% of the blend). The 40% balance is 13 year old Kentucky bourbon lending an air of sophisitcation and mature flavors as well as balancing the weight and texture the younger spirit. The final expression...
Price: $59.99

Maker's Mark "101 Proof" Limited Release Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey (750ml)
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The iconic Kentucky distillery released as a "travel retail exclusive" in 2018, meaning only to duty free shops around the country. A portion of the stock was also kept back for sale at the distillery as well. According to the distillery, "Fans will notice a sweet spicy nose and a palate of spicy fruit and caramel, complimented by Maker’s Mark 101’s rich and creamy mouthfeel, and its mellow, lingering midpalate finish."
Price: $36.99

Angel's Envy 86 Proof Port Cask Finished Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey (750ml)
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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: $42.99


75% Corn, 25% Rye, 4% Barley and distilled at MGP in Indiana. This is a lot of just 20 barrels which have aged for 2 congressional terms. Expect vanilla, cherry, peach on the nose and tons of citrus on the palate. A little savory tobacco leaf and a long vanilla and spice finish.
Price: $54.99

Old Tub Bottled-In-Bond Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey (750ml)
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Long the preserve of pilgrims to the Jim Beam distillery Old Tub Bottled-in-Bond Bourbon has finally made its way outside the distillery walls in this limited edition bottling. Get a hold of this classic before it is gone. Bottled In Bond and without chill filtration, this is a throw back whiskey to the days of yore. Before Jim Beam was Jim Beam - it was the Old Tub Distillery. The 375ml bottles sold at the distillery itself read on the back "Our family bourbon was called Old Tub before we sold it in bottles. Prior to prohibition, people would bring thei...
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93 points Wine Enthusiast: "This mellow Bourbon is scented with vanilla and a hint of stone fruit. On the palate it's light and creamy, with nuanced notes of vanilla, almond and pecan, plus a gentle baking-spice finish. Sip or mix. *Best Buy* (KN)" (09/2016) K&L Notes: *World Whisky Award Winner: Best Bourbon 7 Years and Under (2010)* *Malt Advocate Distillery of the Year Award (2008)* Located in Lawrenceburg, this storied distillery has a long history dating back to 1818. It is run by Jim Rutledge, one of the best distillers working in the business ...
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Whisky Advocate: "From the folks at Willett distillery, Noah’s Mill has less than 20 barrels in a batch and will include 15 year old barrels in the dump. The deep amber color prepares the nose for what promises to be an exciting ride. Aromas of ginger, plums, cinnamon, fresh-baked cornbread, and fresh-squeezed cherries. The warm palate packs caramel, nutmeg, and vanilla with lovely cinnamon on the finish. Sourced whiskey. (FM, Spring 2016)" Wine Spectator: "A fiery oak nose eventually yields sweet corn, herbal grass notes and light vanilla. Laser-intens...
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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...
Price: $39.99

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