Colonel Edmund Haynes Taylor, Jr. is widely considered one of the founding fathers of the bourbon industry, fighting for the Bottled-in-Bond Act of 1897, nearly three decades after he purchased what is now called Buffalo Trace Distillery. During his time, Taylor implemented several innovative methods still used today, including climate controlled aging warehouses. Many of the barrels selected for the E.H. Taylor, Jr. Single Barrel are aged in Warehouse C, which was built by Taylor in 1881 and proven to be an excellent aging warehouse. Each barrel is hand-picked and Bottled in Bond at 100 proof to honor its namesake.
Larceny Barrel Proof Bourbon consists of a batch of wheated Kentucky straight bourbon which is aged 6-8 years. The first batch A120 will be released in January 2020. The brand will follow the naming conventions like Elijah Craig Barrel Proof. For example, the first batch of the year is designated "A", the number following the letter refers to the month released, and the last two digits are the year released. Three batches -- January, May, September -- will be allocated each year. Each release will feature the batch number and proof which will vary with each release. Bottled without chill-filtration.
The 'entry level' of the Old Rip Van Winkle offerings, this 10 year-old wheated bourbon is NOT Pappy! Yes, same mash bill, same family of products, but not Pappy. It is bottled at close to cask strength at 107 proof. A splash of limestone water is added prior to bottling. Made at Buffalo Trace Distillery. Yearly allocations released in the fall with an even smaller allocation the following spring
Named after the Sazerac Coffee House on Royal Street in New Orleans (and subsequently the cocktail), this rye is produced at the Buffalo Trace Distillery. It is aged from four to six years and formerly had an age statement of six years. Bottled at 90 proof. The rye category's growing popularity has made this bottling difficult to keep in stock.
Unlike what you’ve likely grown accustomed to for high-proofers, here the flavors come first and the burn comes later. Let this one coat your mouth and you’ll instantly know you’ve entered another level. The complexity and uniqueness separates it from every rye whiskey I’ve had. It shares the low-rye mashbill (close to 51%) with the standard Sazerac Rye 6-year, allowing for plenty of sweetness. The rye spice is there, but it dances with others including clove and cinnamon. It’s the whiskey equivalent of a slice of cake
Sweet and spicy on the nose, this offers peppermint candy cane, root beer barrel candies, plenty of citrus, and some raspberry notes. There’s great breadth of flavors on the palate, as a mélange of spices—allspice, clove, and cinnamon—ride along on a wave of persistent sweetness, laced with anise and cola.
What do you do with the barrels that aren't quite good enough to age past 12 years and become Pappy? Take a note from pretty much every winery in the world, including Opus One and create a second line or a 'Lot B' or 'Special Reserve' as it is also known. Aged 12 years, this wheated bourbon is bottled at 45.2 ABV. You may be able to find this one just a tad easier than the Pappy line
Wild Turkey Kentucky Spirit is a single barrel bourbon bottled at 101 proof. As with all single barrel releases, there will be slightly different characteristics from one barrel to another. The Kentucky straight bourbon is aged around 8 to 9 years. Each bottle displays the bottling date, warehouse information, barrel number and the signatures of both Jimmy and Eddie Russell, Wild Turkey master distillers. Updated packaging as of fall 2018.
Don't let the bottle take over the conversation, the juice in this bottle stands up to and deserves the fancy packaging. It may be a little difficult to pour, but you will be well rewarded with what you get in the glass. A small batch bourbon that should be consumed neat or with a few rocks
Medium amber color. Razor sharp aromatics of rye, granulated ginger, pine sap, licorice, and oak at the fore; rock candy and vanilla share the stage, but in the background. The palate shows concentrated, brittle caramel sweetness fading to crisp, dry peppermint, evergreen, and clove at mid-palate. Lots of deep, dark barrel notes anchor the brighter flavors of this whiskey, adding depth and complexity. The finish is huge – spiced with rye, clove, and mint as well as bold notes of the oak.
This Martian arrives not only as the secrets spill but just in time to celebrate PRIDE month! A tropical burst of summer, bustling with pronounced flavors of sweet watermelon, tangy pineapple, and candy cherry. Enjoy this tart slushee style sour knowing you’ve helped contribute to Stonewall Columbus.
The Miller Lite recipe uses a unique blend of choice Saaz and Pacific Northwest hops and a significant amount of caramel malt. Continues to be purposefully brewed for more taste, aroma and golden color than other light beers, with just 96 calories.
Fat Tire Amber is the easy-drinking Amber Ale born in Colorado from New Belgium Brewing Company, a certified B-Corp.
Visual: Clear, amber and bright with white lacing.
Aroma: Sweet biscuity and caramel malts, subtle notes of fresh fennel and green apple.
Flavor: Toasty malt, gentle sweetness, flash of fresh hop bitterness. The malt and hops are perfectly balanced.
Mouthfeel/Body: Carbonation and light sweetness finish clean on your palate. Medium body.
85% Malbec, 10% Tannat and 5% Petit Verdot from the Finca Las Mercedes vineyard at 5,900 feet above sea level in Cafayete - Calchaqui Valley, Argentina. 25% of the wine spends 8 months in French oak barrels and it has residual sugar of 2.95 g/L.
Unshackled Red Blend opens with aromas of raspberry, blueberry, and crushed violets. Flavors of spiced dried cherries, florals and a hint of white pepper translate to a balanced red blend wine supported with a generous mouthfeel.