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Angels Envy Bourbon Port Finish, 70cl

An interesting bourbon with a special twist. After the initial maturation it spends between 3 and 6 months finishing in port barrels. The more experimentation the better, especially when it turns out something like this , marrying the sweet caramel and grain of bourbon with the rich sticky wine flavours of a port cask.
£57.95

Basil Hayden Bourbon, 70cl

Created in 1796 by Basil Hayden, who went against the grain (no pun intended) by adding in rye into the traditional corn-based mashbill. It was a huge hit and today is one of Jim Beam's 'Small Batch' range of bourbons.
£45.95

Benchmark Bourbon, 70cl

McAfee's Benchmark is a rye based Kentucky Straight Bourbon from the Buffalo Trace distillery , awarded 90 points by Wine Enthusiast and a former Gold Medal and Trophy winner at the International Spirits Challenge.
£21.95

Blinking Owl Four Grain Bourbon , 75cl

The American Whiskey Masters is an annual blind tasting conducted by prominent spirits writers in the UK. This distillery cropped up multiple times on the winners list. It’s one that many stateside drinkers of bourbon and rye might have never even heard of, let alone sampled: Blinking Owl, out of Orange County, California. This edition being a four grain straight Boubon.
£47.95

Brough Brothers Bourbon , 75cl

Brough Brothers Bourbon is the brilliant brainchild of Victor, Chris and Bryson Yarbrough in Louisville, Kentucky. A marvellous small batch Bourbon made with a mash bill of 75% corn, 21% rye and 4% malted barley, resulting in a flavour profile boasting cooked fruit, vibrant spice and toasty oak notes. Great for sipping, but it also shines in some classic cocktail recipes, too - it does rather well in a Whiskey Sour, and makes a great Old Fashioned. The producer took home a silver for best bourbon aged up to 7 years. And its rye was awarded gold, out of all ryes up to 7 years in age. As if the underdog victory wasn’t impressive enough on its own—the distillery only started laying down its whiskey in February of 2018. In fact, it represents the first ever American whiskies ever distilled in this part of Southern California.Maybe there is something in the water. Yes, it plays an oft-overlooked role in the end quality of a whiskey. But to build this level of liquid—and attain this level of recognition—in less than 3 years? Something special is happening here. And it’s only going to get better with age.
£31.95

Buffalo Trace Bourbon, 70cl

Buffalo Trace offer a wide range of exciting bourbons and their classic Kentucky straight Buffalo Trace is one of the most famous. Intense with velvety vanilla, warming spices and oaky barrel char, each sip of Buffalo Trace is a real pleasure. Its aroma is rich like a box of toffees, with notes of chocolate éclair, cinnamon and rum spice. On the palate brown sugar comes through strongly with toffee depth and the spicy cinnamon heat also coming through. A classic Kentucky bourbon you can sip again and again.
£27.50

Bulleit Bourbon 10 yr, 70cl

The long awaited followup to Bulleit's regular bourbon and rye whiskies - a 10 year old bourbon. Fantastically balanced, with great controlled sweetness, and a backbone of oak and spice.
£43.95

Bulleit Bourbon, 70cl

In its striking bottle with its marmalade orange hues, Bulleit bourbon is high in rye which helps add real spice to its character. Award winning and becoming more and more popular, Bulleit has a pungent nose awash with orange and oak notes, as well as a hint of smoke and even a little banana. The flavour is creamy and full-bodied, zesty on the palate with orange and lime notes and then oaky tobacco comes through, enjoyable and warm.
£31.95

Eagle Rare 10yr, 70cl

A top-quality bourbon from Buffalo Trace, the Eagle Rare 10yo is deliciously fragrant and woody, and has to be one of the best bargains available in this price range.
£39.95

Elijah Craig Barrel Proof, 70cl *limited offer

The replacement for the hugely popular Elijah Craig 12 Year Old, this no age statement bourbon is created from spirit aged between eight and 12 years old. Notes of nuts, vanilla, coconut, dark fruit and caramel............( image may differ)
£120.00 £108.00

Elijah Craig 18yr Old , 70cl * limited offer

Named after Elijah Craig, the 18th-century renegade reverend & whiskey distiller credited with inventing the charring technique for whisky barrels. Brilliant sipping whiskey.
£238.50 £214.65

Elijah Craig Small Batch 47%, 70cl

The replacement for the hugely popular Elijah Craig 12 Year Old, this no age statement bourbon is created from spirit aged between eight and 12 years old. Notes of nuts, vanilla, coconut, dark fruit and caramel.
£49.95

Fighting Cock 6yr, 70cl

A higher than your average strength bourbon, Fighting Cock delivers a character packed full of punch and real depth. Spicy and toasty oak come through first and there’s even a touch of rum in the flavour, blending perfectly with buttery toffee and pepper notes. Smoky caramel lingers delivering a finish which really is full of heady spice and tempts you into trying just one more sip.
£43.50

Filibuster Single Estate Bourbon Whiskey 56.55%

AGED: Age Varies Every Batch MASHBILL: CORN | RYE | BARLEY WAREHOUSE: 25000 SQ Concrete Barrel: Airdried White American Oak BARRELED: 113.1 Proof Tasting notes NOSE: A deep, satisfying nose of nutmeg baking spiced brown butter PALATE: Juicy stone fruits and toffee candy Finish: A medium finish composed of returning sweetness and nutmeg flavours. distillery.
£59.95

Four Roses Bourbon Small Batch 2020 Release , 70cl * only 1 per customer.

The 2020 expression of the Four Roses Limited Edition Small Batch consists of a blend of spirits designated OBSV 12 YO, OBSK 19 YO, OESV 15 YO, OESK 16 YO. The bottling is non-chill filtered. This year’s blend features distillates that emphasize spiciness and fruitiness. Both features are readily apparent in the 2020 release........ The color is a light amber. On the nose, there are sweet spice notes of baked sweet cinnamon apple, along with orange zest, hints of vanilla and a bit of apricot. There is a slight briny note typical of aged bourbons, along with aromas of old saddle leather. The fruit notes become more pronounced as the whiskey opens up. In addition to the apricot, a bit of peach also emerges. The oak notes are well integrated but discernible in the background. On the palate, the whiskey is sweet and spicy, with a lingering pepperiness. There are flavors of caramel, apple and pear, along with dried apricot. The high proof is readily apparent, producing a noticeable peppery burn at the back of the mouth. The whisky is very smooth, with a creamy oily consistency and a noticeable palate weight. The finish is long, sweet and fruity, accompanied by cinnamon spice notes, a hint of oak and a lingering pepperiness.
£137.50

Four Roses Bourbon Small Batch, 70cl

Four Roses is an exclusive small batch bourbon that offer a distinct and sweet flavour with strong notes of molasses and cinnamon. Honey hues release honey fudge and nougat notes followed closely by cedar wood and pipe tobacco. The flavour is similarly sweet, with the honey notes married closely with cinnamon and the cedar wood gaining a smoked quality. The final notes that linger are of lightly toasted nuts with the rye content of the bourbon coming to the forefront.
£34.50

Four Roses Single Barrel, 70cl

Four Roses Single Barrel takes all the qualities of their exceptional bourbon and intensifies them further. Using ten different mash bills and yeast combinations, Four Roses Single Barrel is 11 years old and has an aroma which is rich with sweetcorn, vanilla, brown sugar and maple syrup. Spicier notes of black pepper and cinnamon come through and on tasting you’ll enjoy the toasted oak flavours dry with tannins and even hints of natural mint leaves. In every sip you can taste the quality and care that went into its production.
£49.95

Four Roses Yellow Label, 70cl

Four Roses Yellow Label is one of the most popular offerings from the Four Roses collection and is considered a bar essential for many cocktail maestros. Sophisticated and smooth hints of pear and apple come through alongside floral aromas and a flavour which is deep in honey and spice. Its soft finish is simply begging to be mixed in with other flavours to create cocktails of real class and refinement.

£23.95

Gentleman Jack, 70cl

Gentleman Jack is a whisky of real refinement, charcoal-mellowed twice before its ageing process begins. In its recognisable monogrammed bottle and the granddaddy of all Jack Daniel offerings, any fan of the Daniel’s family simply has to add the Gentleman to their collection. Surprisingly sweet and enjoyable mellow, vanilla and brown sugar take centre stage with just a touch of charcoal. Short and sweet in its finish, a truly refined classic from the Daniel family.
£34.95

Jack Daniels Honey, 70cl

With Jack Daniel’s Honey you’ll be praising the bees for the quality of their production, as well as the good folk at Jack Daniel too. A truly stunning whisky liqueur which takes the essence of Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey and adds in the sweet nectar of the bees, making a wonderful concoction for sipping over ice or adding into coffee. Thick and creamy and awash with flavour, fans of Jack Daniel will not want to miss this real treat.

£26.95

Jack Daniels Legacy No.7 Ltd. Edition, 70cl

This limited edition legacy Jack Daniel's label is reminiscent of an early 1900s era design created in Mr. Jack's Day. It's a colorful precursor to the now familiar Jack Daniel's Old No 7 black and white label and a nod to the exuberance of the age. "Everyday day we make it, we'll make it the best we can" Jack Daniel™
£33.95

Jack Daniels Single Barrel Venus Wines Pick Personal Collection, 70cl

Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel is bottled straight from a selected barrel by Venus Wines (owner of) Gerry's Wines & Spirits at the Jack Daniels distillery on 12th July 2019 . Each barrel is hand selected to ensure the flavour is absolutely perfect before bottling. The nose is rich with toasted oak notes as well as warm corn and cereal-inspired sweetness. There’s a note of smoke in there which is brought out strongly in the flavour and teams beautifully with nut oils and a spicy aniseed depth. A hint of citrus comes through in the end note and keeps you going back for another taste.
£44.95

Jack Daniels, 1.5L

How do you drink your Jack? Hardly in need of an introduction, Jack Daniel’s exceptional sippin’ whisky is one of Tennessee’s finest exports. It’s exceptional and unparalleled flavour is down to the traditional methods used in its distillation and filtration through super maple charcoal helps ensure the smooth, mellow flavour is both rounded and enticing. Notes of chocolate orange, charcoal and a woody hint satisfyingly linger long after that final sip.

£52.95

Jack Daniels, 20cl

How do you drink your Jack? Hardly in need of an introduction, Jack Daniel’s exceptional sippin’ whisky is one of Tennessee’s finest exports. It’s exceptional and unparalleled flavour is down to the traditional methods used in its distillation and filtration through super maple charcoal helps ensure the smooth, mellow flavour is both rounded and enticing. Notes of chocolate orange, charcoal and a woody hint satisfyingly linger long after that final sip.
£9.50

Jack Daniels, 35cl

How do you drink your Jack? Hardly in need of an introduction, Jack Daniel’s exceptional sippin’ whisky is one of Tennessee’s finest exports. It’s exceptional and unparalleled flavour is down to the traditional methods used in its distillation and filtration through super maple charcoal helps ensure the smooth, mellow flavour is both rounded and enticing. Notes of chocolate orange, charcoal and a woody hint satisfyingly linger long after that final sip.

£15.95

Jack Daniels, 3L

How do you drink your Jack? Hardly in need of an introduction, Jack Daniel’s exceptional sippin’ whisky is one of Tennessee’s finest exports. It’s exceptional and unparalleled flavour is down to the traditional methods used in its distillation and filtration through super maple charcoal helps ensure the smooth, mellow flavour is both rounded and enticing. Notes of chocolate orange, charcoal and a woody hint satisfyingly linger long after that final sip.

£125.00

Jack Daniels, 70cl

How do you drink your Jack? Hardly in need of an introduction, Jack Daniel’s exceptional sippin’ whisky is one of Tennessee’s finest exports. It’s exceptional and unparalleled flavour is down to the traditional methods used in its distillation and filtration through super maple charcoal helps ensure the smooth, mellow flavour is both rounded and enticing. Notes of chocolate orange, charcoal and a woody hint satisfyingly linger long after that final sip.
£23.50

Jim Beam Devils Cut, 70cl

Do you want to do a deal with the devil? When it involves the super tempting taste of Jim Beam you know it will be hard to say no. 90 proof Jim Beam Bourbon and exceptional oak cask notes blend together to deliver an intensely woody drink which has sharp spicy notes alongside classic vanilla. The woody notes are the strongest and also the most memorable but the drink as a whole is definitely devilish.
£28.95

Jim Beam Double Oak, 70cl

Double oak is a whiskey to rival any other. It is first aged in charred American white oak barrels then we pour it into another freshly charred barrel to mature for a second time The added interaction with the oak wood results in a liquid intense in flavor, smooth in taste. The world's no. 1 bourbon expertly aged and then matured in a second freshly charred oak barrel. Jim Beam Double Oak is a new take on the classic Kentucky bourbon matured in not one, but two freshly charred oak barrels. The double maturation process allows the bourbon greater contact with the wood creating an intense yet smooth taste, featuring caramel, toffee and a distinctive spiced oakiness. Jim Beam Double Oak is perfect savoured neat over ice to highlight the unique rich flavours or in a classic Old Fashioned cocktail. Expertly aged and then matured in a second oak barrel, Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey finished in oak
£28.50

Jim Beam White, 70cl

For your classic Kentucky Bourbon, look no further than Jim Beam. Aged for double the necessary time, Jim is smooth, mellow and perfect for mixing with cocktails. It’s your perfect introductory bourbon but it’s also the favourite of many bourbon connoisseurs. Vanilla and caramel aromas quickly lead to a flavour with a rich, woody character with both those initial flavour notes carrying through. Gentle to the end, Jim Beam is perfect for sipping all night long.
£18.95

Knob Creek Small Batch Rye, 70cl

UK release of Knob Creek Rye. Not as spicy as many ryes, this is a great in-between release, sitting between a high-rye bourbon and a pure rye to give the best of both worlds.
£45.95

Knob Creek, 70cl

Created to represent whiskey before it was mass produced, Knob Creek embodies the look, feel and taste of pre-prohibition bourbon. This is a long and patiently aged, high-rye bourbon from Jim Beam.
£38.95
Bourbon

Bourbon is America’s national spirit and is largely produced in Kentucky.  To be classed as an american bourbon it must be made using at least 51% corn in the grains used for distillation and aged in new charred oak barrels, can’t have caramel colouring or be distilled to more than 80% ABV.  

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