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Allocated Whiskey for Father's Day (or yourself!)
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Four Roses Small Batch Select balances notes of candied fruit with warmth and spice for a nuanced, mouth-coating flavor enjoyable to both casual drinkers and connoisseurs. Non-chill filtered and 104 proof
*limit 4 bottles per customer/address every 3 months
Youngs Market Company
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This Bottled-in-Bond Bourbon was named for Henry McKenna, the Irish immigrant who adapted his family's whiskey recipe to work the grains he found in Kentucky. Henry McKenna is the longest aged Bottled-in-Bond available today, resting in the barrel through 40 Kentucky seasons. Critics agree that this is perfectly balanced Bourbon.
- Color: Warm golden amber
- Aroma: Vanilla, caramel, oak, and a light herbaceous note
- Taste: Smooth oak, sharp spices, honey and sweetness
- Finish: Long, sweet and spicy
Proof: 100 Proof
Age: 10 Years Old
Limit 1 per order
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The Cream of Kentucky brand was originally introduced in 1888 by I. Trager & Co. of Cincinnati, Ohio. Just prior to the end of Prohibition, the brand was acquired by the famed Schenley Company and subsequently re-introduced in 1934. Through the 1930s and 1940s Cream of Kentucky grew to become one of the leading bourbon brands, with renowned artist Norman Rockwell provided much of the award winning artwork for the brand during its heyday. Cream of Kentucky is now owned by J.W. Rutledge, and Jim has recently purchased a limited supply of Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey he feels is worthy of the rebirth of Cream of Kentucky Bourbon as a premium whiskey.
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Michter's Barrel Strength Rye: Butterscotch and cinnamon with a hint of cherries on the nose; warming, rich toasty vanilla and caramel up front with dry oaky spice on the finish. Michter’s US*1 Barrel Strength Rye March 2021 single barrel release is bottled at 110.3 proof (55.2% ABV)
Michter's Straight Rye Whiskey: Spice with peppery notes, citrus, butterscotch, oak
Southern Wine and Spirits
This is a blend of multiple types of malt and grain that Nikka reserves. Nikka From the Barrel was created to deliver full flavors and richness of whisky "from barrels" which only blenders can sniff and taste. As the whisky contains so many characteristic components at a higher alcohol of 51.4%, it is essential to let the liquid "marry" in used casks for 3-6 months for it to stabilize and harmonize. The concept of the unique short squared bottle is "a small lump of whisky", which perfectly visualizes the rich and strong taste of the whisky inside.
*limit one per customer/per address/per quarter
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Hibiki Japanese Harmony is a blend of Japanese malt and grain whiskies from Yamazaki, Hakushu and Chita. Presented in the brand's trademark 24-faceted bottle representing the Japanese seasons, this is light, approachable and moreish with enticing notes of orange peel and white chocolate.
*Limit one per customer/address.
Young's Market Company
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Immediately upon pulling the cork its like walking into a maple forest. Big bold sweet aromas of maple syrup and oak fly out of the bottle. A little air in the glass brings out baked brown butter cookies, vanilla and brown sugar. The palate follows through on all of the flavors with maple syrup showing prominence lingering with a nice oaky spice and vanilla bean finish.Richard III is a historical play by William Shakespeare believed to have been written around 1593. It depicts the Machiavellian rise to power and subsequent short reign of King Richard 3 of England. The play is grouped among the histories in the First Folio and is most often classified as such. Occasionally, however, as in the quarto edition, it is termed a tragedy. Richard III concludes Shakespeare's first tetralogy (also containing Henry VI parts 1–3).