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Barrell Craft Spirits 15 Year Old Cask Strength Blend of Straight Bourbon Whiskey (750ml)
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Distiller's notes: "This complex 15-year-old bourbon was blended and bottled at peak maturity so you can experience its true flavor. It is a perfect union of grain and barrel, with an old, oaky nose and a deep, honey- maple palate that reveals the lushness of the grain. Appearance: Warm, autumnal resins, blending together from afar. Nose: The central theme is of pie, notably Boston cream and pecan. Armagnac, and fig jam lend a dense, dark fruitiness. Herbal notes constantly pop to the fore and then gently ebb, cycling through spearmint, ginger ale and...
Price: $249.99

Four Roses Small Batch Select Straight Bourbon Whiskey (750ml)
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93 points Whisky Advocate: "The limited-edition releases from Four Roses are always top-notch, but this bourbon—a permanently available addition to the lineup—proves itself every bit the equal of its rarer brethren. Made with the distillery’s F yeast strain, among others, it has a perfumed nose, with orange blossom, cedar chest, berries, spearmint, tobacco leaves, sassafras, licorice, and layers of earthy spice. The palate is consistent and deep, with flavors of cherry Coke, cough syrup, orange oil, leathery dark fruit, black pepper, chili flakes, and ch...

One of New York state's best craft distilleries delivers a masterpiece with a bottled in bond wheated bourbon. Situated on the east shore of Lake Seneca in the heart of the Finger Lakes wine country, McKenzie has always made their whiskies with locally sourced NY grain and dedicated themselves to environmental stewardship. They were a huge hit here at K&L many years ago when they were brand new with baby aged whiskey. Today they're better than ever. By law the bottled in bond is at least 4 years old, but the whiskey here is older than the legal minimum. ...
Price: $44.99

The follow up to Jim Rutledge's much acclaimed 11.5 year old Cream of Kentucky release.
Price: $139.99
Limit of 6 per customer

New Riff Bottled-In-Bond Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey (750ml)
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Jacob Grier from The Distiller writes: "New Riff has pulled off a rarity with their bourbon: a bottled-in-bond, four-year-old whiskey from a new distillery that's reasonably priced and fully enjoyable. 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."
Price: $44.99

Whisky Advocate: "Straw color and extremely light in aromatics, this whiskey starts earthy and goes spicy, with Hatch chili, allspice, and jalapeño cornbread leading the way. Then the sweeter side kicks in, with powdered sugar donuts, caramel chew, and vanilla latte coming through. Spice takes over toward the finish line in a hefty, medium finish. Perfect for cocktails. (FM, Summer 2017)" Wine Enthusiast: "This overproof Bourbon is all about spice and fire, with a mild vanilla and honey scent. The big, oaky palate is accented by fleeting hints of hops a...
Price: $49.99

After buying the original stills from the old Michter's Jug House, the Herbrucks started making bourbon with corn grown on their 115-acre farm. This gorgeous single barrel of bourbon was distilled in November of 2012 from a mash of 56% corn, 25% rye & 19% malted barley. Bottled right out of the barrel with no filtration or dilution, this is easily one of the best bourbons to come out of Tom's to date. While some of the first casks we sold were high quality, they still showed some of the young spirity qualities that we'd expect from pot distilled whisky. ...
Price: $54.99

93 points Whisky Advocate: "Keeps true to this award-winning whiskey’s oak-driven style, with aromas of lead pencil, leather, and fresh sawdust, balanced by dense fruitiness and tinged with herbal licorice and eucalyptus. Brawny and tannic on the palate, it’s reminiscent of sucking on a cherry Popsicle stick, balancing sweet caramel, brown sugar, and molasses with persistent oak, cedar shingle, clove, and paprika. A rustic, powerful, and robust bourbon. (JL, Fall 2019)" K&L Notes: The exceptional full strength version of Elijah Craig has become one of t...

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 the ...
Price: $49.99

We picked another set of excellent Russell's Reserve barrels with the wonderful Bruce Russell back in April of 2019. Of the 20 casks we tasted that day, we selected three barrels that stood out as being some of the finest we'd ever experienced from the venerable distillery in Tyrone, KY. That's saying a lot considering the incredible casks we've previously sold, but the bourbon world is starting to wake up to WT and especially these old casks which were distilled at the old demolished distillery down the hill from the current facility. Barrel #19-1108 wa...
Price: $64.99

This barrel is the outlier among this year's selection of Russell's Reserve. Unlike the other two, which were both distilled in December of 2009 and aged in Camp Nelson Warehouse A, this cask was distilled on November 13th of 2009 and spent nine years on the 6th floor of Warehouse F on the Camp Nelson campus. Like cask 439, this one was was bottled on June 29th of 2019. For whatever reason, it shows more of the earthy aromatics than the other casks. Still it remains very balanced, but is neither as sweet as 439 nor a spicy as 1108. Instead, the aromatic ...
Price: $64.99

The Hillrock Estate is an historic farm in the Hudson Valley. The Victorian house that sits at the apex of the site overlooks the gorgeous Berkshire mountains in the distance and fields of grain that once produced more than half of the nation's barley and rye stocks. In the 1800s, the Hudson Valley was home to over 1,000 farm distillers who converted their crops to spirit form when the selling season was over. Jeff Baker, who owns the estate and established its successful sustainable beef operation, tapped the illustrious Dave Pickerell to build a world-...
Price: $139.99

91 points Whisky Advocate: "This is Bardstown Bourbon’s first release using its own whiskey—60% 2 year old bourbon, along with 40% 11 year old from another Kentucky distillery. The nose is herbal, with a rush of peppermint, along with caramel-swirl ice cream, peanuts in the shell, and root beer. In the mouth, it’s dense with cooked dark fruit, cola, chocolate, nuts, and well-integrated spice (nutmeg, white pepper, allspice). More dark fruit, spice, dark chocolate, espresso, and oak on the lush finish. (SSB, Fall 2019)" K&L Notes: Distiller's notes: "Fus...

Elijah Craig Barrel Proof "Batch C919" Kentucky Bourbon (750ml)
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4.5/5 points, John Dover in thewhiskywash.com: "Stimulating the palate and the mind, Elijah Craig has crafted a spicy sipper that will awaken the drinker to the punchier side of the bourbon spectrum with its Barrel Proof distilling. Go in prepared and you will be rewarded with a refined drinking experience lodged firmly in the traditions that make bourbon the drink of choice for so many." (12/2019)
Price: $59.99

America's most exciting disillery has just sent us our first two K&L selected single barrels and they're a doozy duo. Like everything New Riff releases, these whiskies meet the requirements for Bottled-In-Bond - the only difference with the single barrels is they're bottled at cask strength, not 100 proof. Both this barrel and barrel 15-4911 were distilled on 9/8/15 and bottled on 10/10/19, but they're remarkably different. This is in part due to New Riff's unique practice of keeping all of their fermenters seperate before distillation. While most distil...
Price: $49.99

America's most exciting disillery has just sent us our first two K&L selected single barrels and they're a doozy duo. Like everything New Riff releases, these whiskies meet the requirements for Bottled-In-Bond - the only difference with the single barrels is they're bottled at cask strength, not 100 proof. Both this barrel and barrel 15-4917 were distilled on 9/8/15 and bottled on 10/10/19, but they're remarkably different. This is in part due to New Riff's unique practice of keeping all of their fermenters seperate before distillation. While most distil...
Price: $49.99

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...
Price: $36.99

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: $44.99

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.

The RC6 bottling is the latest release from Maker's Mark in their unique Wood Finishing Series. It utilizes the same process as the Maker's 46 bottling, but this time all 10 staves are virgin toasted American oak. The result is a brighter and fruitier whiskey that still has that big sweet round wheated profile that Maker's is known for.
Price: $59.99

A new incarnation of Black Maple Hill from Oregon rather than Kentucky.
Price: $79.99
Limit of 1 per customer

94 points Wine Enthusiast: "Silky and smooth, this Bourbon is scented with dried apricot, almond extract and vanilla. On the palate, expect lots of caramel and vanilla up front, followed by orange peel and nutmeg. Sherried notes come through on the finish, along with plenty of spice. (KN)" (09/2016) Whisky Advocate: "Diageo has 'brought I.W. Harper home' after years of absence from the U.S. market with this bottling and a base bottling (see below). The source is 'new' Bernheim, but with a different mashbill from the base; this is 86% corn. Nose is warm...

Maker's Mark 46 K&L Exclusive "Barrel #6" Private Select Kentucky Bourbon (750ml)
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The unique blending process for the Maker's Mark Private Select casks offers a seemingly endless array of possibilities (it's actually 1,001 possible combinations, but it'll take us a while to do them all). The basic premise of the program is this - Maker's Mark selects and vats 30 casks of the regular cask strength Maker's Mark together, they then refill the barrels from that vatting with the now small batch whisky and add in a 10 stave recipe. No more, no less. The "recipe" of which 10 staves are added are selected by the buyer of the barrel and can be...
Price: $69.99

One of our most popular producers has finally released a cask strength bourbon. Quantities are extremely limited.
Price: $59.99

Barrell has firmly established themselves as the premier independent bottler of American spirits. It's casks like this one that showcase how they did it. While there is a plethora of aged Tennessee whiskey on the market at the moment, there is certainly an enormous variation in the quality of those casks. Careful selection by Barrell and a subsequent selection by us at K&L has led to this beauty being bottled. At 14 years old it really shows its age in all the best ways. It's dark and spicy without being overly tannic. The sweet brown sugars have caramel...
Price: $109.99

Jos. A. Magnus & Co. (13 years old) "Joseph Magnus" Barrel #1360 K&L Exclusive Single Barrel Cask Strength Indiana Straight Bourbon Whiskey (750ml)
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As the craft whisky boom continues to spread across the country, we're seeing more and more distillers begin to offer up single casks. Often that means we're looking at something young or innovative. Maybe some kind of barrel finishes or unusual mash bills designed to enhance the young whiskey prowess. Sometimes this works, other times it just doesn't. But a few smart distillers got in early enough to have secured some decent stocks of older whiskey from larger distillers. The three obvious culprits are Willett, High West and Smooth Ambler. Each have mad...
Price: $99.99

This is K&L's first barrel of Jack and its a monster at 67%ABV. While the Lynchburg distillery has always made excellent whiskey (in fact, they're the most popular American whiskey in the world) they've put nearly every single drop they can produce into growing the classic No. 7 Black Label which sells over 12 million cases a year. This means nearly all the Jack in the world crosses the 4 year mark and gets bottled up in short order. There are however a few choice barrels that escape and find their way into the single cask program. Not only does this bar...
Price: $54.99

91 points Wine Enthusiast: "Rich and creamy, this small-batch bourbon offers butterscotch laced with bitter chocolate and orange peel, edged with a clove and cinnamon finish. Muscular alcohol feel. " (07/2013) Whisky Advocate: "The new, elder sibling to the standard Bulleit. It shows the Bulleit personality, but it’s deeper and drier on the nose and palate (as would be expected), with more oak, dried orchard fruit, and dark berried fruit, along with a hint of barrel char, leather, vanilla powder, and a dusting of cinnamon. I’d save this as a postprandi...

Maker's Mark 46 K&L Exclusive "Barrel #5" Private Select Kentucky Bourbon (750ml)
Top Pick!
The unique blending process for the Maker's Mark Private Select casks offers a seemingly endless array of possibilities (it's actually 1,001 possibel combinations, but it'll take us a while to do them all). The basic premise of the program is this - Maker's Mark selects and vats 30 casks of the regular cask strength Maker's Mark together, they then refill the barrels from that vatting with the now small batch whisky and add in a 10 stave recipe. No more, no less. The "recipe" of which 10 staves are added are selected by the buyer of the barrel and can be...
Price: $69.99

Jos. A. Magnus & Co. (13 years old) "Joseph Magnus" Barrel #1384 K&L Exclusive Single Barrel Cask Strength Indiana Straight Bourbon Whiskey (750ml)
Top Pick!
As the craft whisky boom continues to spread across the country, we're seeing more and more distillers begin to offer up single casks. Often that means we're looking at something young or innovative. Maybe some kind of barrel finishes or unusual mash bills designed to enhance the young whiskey prowess. Sometimes this works, other times it just doesn't. But a few smart distillers got in early enough to have secured some decent stocks of older whiskey from larger distillers. The three obvious culprits are Willett, High West and Smooth Ambler. Each have mad...
Price: $99.99

90 points Whisky Advocate: "Think carnival aromas—the good ones, anyway—meeting the campfire. Cracker Jacks, cinnamon-covered almonds, popcorn, cotton candy, marshmallows melting over graham crackers, and hints of smoldering oak. Next, coconut, caramel, and cocoa over a buttery mouthfeel with hints of toffee, banana, baked apple, and pumpkin pie appear. Toward the end, hints of black pepper and raspberry strudel surface in a medium to long finish. (FM, Spring 2018)"

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....

Resilient finds small lots of high quality bourbon that they then bottle barrel by barrel. Producer notes: "On the nose, baked apple and cherry pie, baked peach, dark chocolate, vanilla candy, cinnamon sticks, toasted oak and clove. On the taste, baked cherry and apple in dark chocolate sauce, cinnamon and clove. The finish starts with dark chocolate sauce and fruit, then fades into a pleasant warming dose of clove and cinnamon before the fruit and chocolate return for the finale. A world class delight."
Price: $99.99

Introducing the first expression in The Bootleg Series by Heaven’s Door. Named after Bob Dylan’s famous "Bootleg Series" of albums, the line-up invites people to experience the art of craft whiskey on a new level and will feature unique and unreleased whiskeys, including special blends, barrel finishes and rare stocks. Each offering in the series features one of Dylan’s paintings on a hand-made ceramic bottle in a collectible leather case.
Price: $499.99

94 points Whisky Advocate: " Candy corn, butter, warm frosted buns, strawberry tart, and powdered sugar on the nose. The palate is spiced with cinnamon, clove, and roasted walnuts, as well as chocolate-covered cherries, raspberry cobbler, and a hint of coconut shavings. Length, depth, and heat on a finish of chocolate, caramel, and bursts of sweet baking spice. Deep and complex, balancing dark fruits, chocolate, spice, and tobacco. Powerful and subtle all at once. (DF, Fall 2019)" K&L Notes: This Kentucky Straight Bourbon is the result of the diverse t...
Price: $129.99

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...

From Richard Thomas: "McKenzie Pure Pot Still Whiskey has no additives, is not chill-filtered, and comes bottled at 40% abv. Although the label bears no aging statement, the constituent whiskeys in the blend are aged for a little over two years. The packaging is typical of the McKenzie line: a fat, pot still-shaped clear glass bottle with a label design reminiscent of an Old West saloon, and topped by a plastic, copper-colored stopper with an artificial cork. In the glass, the whiskey has clear pale gold coloring. Taking in the nose, I found it oddly cr...
Price: $24.99

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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 been a staple of the whiskey shelf here until the last drops were emptied in 2014-15. Since then we've always wondered if that special distillery in Alameda would ever score a haul like that again. They've finally done it, but this time it's an inside job. They could have simply flipped those casks into bottle and made plenty of fine bourbon or rye whiskey under the old label. The d...
Price: $32.99

This unique bourbon comes from their private barrel program. When they say private barrel, they mean it. They bottle the bourbon from one barrel and move to the next. Once the bottles that come from these barrels are gone, the distinct flavor profile will never be repeated. Every bottle is marked with the barrel’s warehouse number and floor location, the month and year it was barreled, and names the retailer who selected the barrel for its flavor profile. After 10 years of aging there is quite a bit of volume loss so they yield an average of 21 six-pack...
Price: $79.99

This is the entry-level bottling from Evan Williams, part of the Heaven Hill's Bourbon Portfolio and one of the most popular Straight Bourbons in the US. It has a light, slightly minty nose with hints of vanilla. On the palate, there are some heady leather and tobacco notes with hints of vanilla caramel. A great bottle to have on the shelf for your favorite bourbon cocktails.
Price: $9.99

Whisky Advocate: "An aroma you can really chew on, this comes at you big and bold, its dried cherry, fig, and caramel flavors woven with pipe tobacco, licorice, and saddle leather. The jolt of sweetness and spice on the palate pour on and on. Water helps to temper the heat and release even more flavors, with currant, chocolate, and drying oak on the finish. Sourced Indiana bourbon finished in oloroso sherry, Pedro Ximenez, and Cognac casks. (JL, Summer 2018)" K&L Notes: The ultra limited-release bourbon from the Washington D.C. craft distillery that's b...
Price: $99.99

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

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

This magical creation from LA's newest bottler of fine spirits represents the hottest product in Hollywood. The buzz is out, because this whiskey represents the future of whiskey world, and it's damn tasty. Logic tells us that it must be young but certainly doesn't taste like the plethora of young whiskey flooding the market these days. Distilled in Indiana, aged in Owensboro, Kentucky, and bottled in Los Angeles, this is seriously drinkable stuff for the price. The 94%-corn mash bill lends itself to this easy drinking style, and a tiny bit of rye is add...
Price: $29.99

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...

The first single casks of Woodinville bourbon to be available outside of Washington are finally here at K&L! While the launch of Woodinville's core bourbon and rye into the California market last summer was a huge hit, we had people begging us for cask strength bottlings. Fortunately, the folks in Washington were happy to oblige. We secured the first two of only four casks being released to California this year. They're a doozy. Clocking in at 123.14 proof, cask #1307 is boisterous. It's loaded with cherries, chocolates, citrus, and cinnamon. The palate ...
Price: $69.99

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
Limit of 1 per customer

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 ...
Price: $119.99

The new expression from Belle Meade is a seven barrel small batch release aged from 7 to 11 years. The high rye content and solid cask strength make for a big spicy bold flavored bourbon and the tiny batches allow Belle Meade to tailor each batch to heighten both character and complexity. Turns out that this little operation in Tennessee continues to have some good stocks of great Indiana bourbon in their warehouses, and while we wait for their proper Tennessee Sour Mash to mature, we're more than happy to enjoy this fabulous offering. Since they're no l...
Price: $59.99

93 points Wine Enthusiast: "This small-batch bourbon uses wheat in place of rye to create a soft, rounded character. The mild crème brulee aroma leads into sasparilla and creamy caramel flavors. At 92 proof, it’s a wonder that the alcohol feels so moderate, but it makes its presence known in the cinnamon-firework finish. Attractive bottle design with clever keyhole label. *Best Buy* (KN)" (07/2013) 90 points Whisky Advocate: "Lots of dried fruit, figs, and caramel lead off this bold but balanced bourbon, as dark berry fruits smack of sweet crème de cas...