Bourbon & Rye

Forged Oak Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey  - Orphan Barrel

“This Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey spent 15 contemplative years in charred American white oak barrels.  Forged Oak is a statuesque whiskey with aromas of cedar, maple and vanilla bean that give way to seasoned woody notes of cocoa and young berries, ultimately leading to a long, dry finish of black pepper.”  Aged 15 years, 45.25% ABV

Rittenhouse Rye  - Heaven Hill Distillery, Kentucky
Made in a classic Pennsylvania style at the Heaven Hill distillery in Kentucky, this has been aged for at least four years in barrel and bottled at 100 proof. To be called “Bottled in Bond” it also has to be the product of a single distillery, made in a single season in a single year.


WhistlePig Whiskey is located on one of the oldest farms in Vermont. WhistlePig’s Master Distiller, Dave Pickerell, a luminary in the world of whiskey, is one of the nation’s preeminent master distillers.  WhistlePig’s 10yr old Straight Rye Whiskey was awarded by Wine Enthusiast its “highest ever” rating for rye whiskey at 96 pts.


Old Overholt
Old Overholt is a long-produced American rye whiskey distilled by A. Overholt & Co., currently a subsidiary of Beam Inc., at the Jim Beam distillery in Clermont, Kentucky.  It is aged for four years and bottled at 80 proof.




Basil Hayden’s
Basil Hayden’s is the lightest bodied bourbon whiskey in the family of Jim Beam small batch bourbons produced by Beam Inc.. It is 80 proof, in contrast with its three sibling brands of higher alcohol concentration (Knob Creek, Booker’s, and Baker’s).


Breckenridge Bourbon
Besides our unique high-rye mash bill we owe our success to careful mingling of casks at each bottling and the perfect Breckenridge snowmelt water used for proofing. The natural minerality of our water source ensures the luscious mouth-feel, depth of flavor, and long finish making Breck Bourbon one of the very best Whiskeys in the World.
Buffalo Trace
Buffalo Trace Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey is distilled, aged and bottled at the most award-winning distillery in the world. Made from the finest corn, rye and barley malt, this whiskey ages in new oak barrels for years in century old warehouses until the peak of maturity. The taste is rich and complex, with hints of vanilla, toffee and candied fruit. The smooth finish lingers on the palate. This will never change.


Booker’s bourbon is one of the small batch bourbons produced by the Jim Beam distillery, which is owned by Beam Inc. Having the highest alcohol content of the brands in the Jim Beam “Small Batch Bourbon Collection”, it is a cask strength bourbon. Booker’s bourbon is aged between six and eight years and is bottled un-cut and without chill filtering at its natural proof between 121 and 130. While it is not necessary to cut the bourbon with water, a splash or two of distilled water is recommended (by Booker Noe) to unlock some of the flavor.


Blanton’s is a brand of bourbon whiskey produced and marketed by the Sazerac Company. It is distilled in Frankfort, Kentucky at Buffalo Trace Distillery. Smooth, caramel, toffee, orange and cloves. Final off but well balanced with vanilla, honey and citrus.


Buffalo Trace
Buffalo Trace Kentucky Straight Bourbon is distilled in Frankfort, Kentucky. Pleasantly sweet nose. Medium body and sticky-toffee flavor. This would be great mixed into cocktails, because the flavor is smooth but bold at the same time; it would blend without being completely lost. Finishes mellow, smooth, with just enough alcohol bite.


Bully Boy White Whiskey
A popular spirit during prohibition, white whiskey (moonshine) was manufactured using primitive techniques and inferior ingredients making it harsh and undrinkable. Times have changed. Bully Boy’s USDA certified organic white whiskey is clean and mellow. It’s akin to vodka, but with bolder flavor notes. You can enjoy it neat or use it in place of vodka in your favorite mixed drink.



Knob Creek
Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey produced by Beam Inc. The bourbon has a dark, golden-brown color due to the relatively long aging process, which allows it to absorb more sugar from the wood than is the case for the other Jim Beam Small Batch brands. The company describes the flavor as “rich, sweet, woody, full-bodied, almost fruity”, and the aroma as “toasted nuts, grain, oak”.


Maker’s Mark
Maker’s 46 begins its life as Maker’s Mark Bourbon, aged in charred American oak barrels. Then Maker’s 46 takes a detour. We separate fully matured Maker’s Mark and age it a bit longer inside barrels containing carefully seared French-oak staves. The seared staves and extra aging add more vanilla, more caramel and more oak taste to Maker’s 46. The result is a bigger, bolder, more complex bourbon that isn’t an “acquired” taste. You’ll enjoy it from the very first sip.


Woodford’s Reserve
Woodford Reserve has released a new bourbon called Double Oaked in the last couple of months. The whiskey starts with standard Woodford, which is distilled in both copper pot and column stills before aging in heavily charred white oak barrels.