Old Forester 1920 Prohibition Bourbon, $56.5 – sweet graham cracker with peppercorn spiced apple and nut spread, smoked caramel finish

Jefferson’s Reserve Pritchard Hill Cabernet Finished Bourbon, $68.5 – dark red fruit flavors of blackberry and cherry meet dry oak and dusty tannins

291 Colorado Bourbon, $69.5 – bold campfire char meets dark chocolate infused with loads of cinnamon, cherries, and burnt caramel

291 Colorado Rye Mash Whiskey, $69.5 – pear, apricot, and dates sprinkled with crunchy demerara, finishes with woody cedar and a kiss of vanilla

J. Becher Bottled in Bond 100% Rye Whiskey, $69.5 – cinnamon toast with orange zest and melted brown sugar globs on top, wisp of earl grey tea

Greenore 8 Year Single Grain Irish Whiskey, $49.5 – ripe banana and dried coconut generously doused in honey and vanilla syrup

Glenmorangie Bacalta Madeira Cask Scotch, $106.5 – liquid velvet, dried fruit with milk chocolate and marmalade, generously dotted with toasty wood spices

Comments

Jim Sweeney:

These sound like crowd-pleasers. Unfortunately.

Apr 05, 2017

Matt:

I’ve been hearing so much about the 291 from my buddies back home! I can’t wait to try it!

Apr 04, 2017

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