New Arrivals Whiskey

Grab your raft, here comes a flood of premium whiskey.

IW Harper 15 Year Straight Bourbon, $86.50- Sweeter up front with grain and corn immediately apparent, moves into notes of oak, raisin, caramel, spice, and vanilla. The finish leaves a long and lasting mouthfeel perfect for enjoying on the rocks, or neat.

Jack Daniels Sinatra Select Tennessee Whiskey, $129.50 - Sinatra Select pays tribute to Jack’s biggest fan: Frank Sinatra. Made with unique “Sinatra Barrels” that have deep grooves specially carved into their staves to expose the whiskey to extra layers of toasted oak. This added exposure imparts a rich amber color, bold character, and pleasant smokiness, punctuated by an incredibly smooth vanilla finish.

Knob Creek 25th Anniversary Bourbon, $128.50 - This release celebrates the 25 year anniversary of the first batch of Knob Creek bourbon, a whiskey known for its Pre-Prohibition bold, full-flavored, and spicy style. Bottled unfiltered, uncut, unblended, and undiluted, it's the first ever cask strength Knob Creek bourbon. Each barrel was personally selected for the release, with specific taste profiles and characteristics unique to each bottle, reflecting the true nature of single barrel.

Proof varies from 120-125.

Rhetoric 23 year Orphan Barrel Bourbon, $146.50 - This Kentucky straight bourbon is a purposeful illustration of how barrel maturation imparts a lasting impression on a whiskey year after year. The fourth release, this 23-year bourbon begins with an aroma of vanilla bean, brown sugar, and a hunt of banana... unfolding into a rich taste of cocoa, bourbon vanilla, black cherry, and red currant... finishing with a touch of fruitcake, citrus and oak.

Barterhouse 20 year Orphan Barrel Bourbon, $129.50 - This sly whiskey was discovered in the dark shadows of a rickhouse after spending 20 years in charred American white oak barrels. A soft and elegant nose, reminiscent of warm spice, biscuit and buttercream is cunningly paid off with the mellow taste of roasted grains and charred oak - finishing with pleasing hints of spice and brown sugar.

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