Old Fortunate 25 Year American Whiskey

Posted by Joe Barwin on

Presenting a very old, very rare American Light Whiskey, distilled in 1992 and bottled in extremely limited quantities, exclusively at Bitters & Bottles. Don't sleep on it.
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Your Frontier Field Guide to American Whiskey

Posted by Patrick Smith on

We talk to people all the time who know they like American whiskey, but maybe don’t know exactly where to start. Sometimes they’ll know a few bottles they’ve tried and liked, sometimes they aren’t sure it’s Bourbon or Rye or a Single Malt they go for, and sometimes they just aren’t quite sure what whiskey is at all. That’s what we’re here for!

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"Go West, Young Dram!" - Our Favorite Whiskies West of the Mississippi

Posted by Mish Sukharev on

There is a persistent myth that has grown rampant in the world - that great bourbon and rye, the great treasures of the imbiber's New World, can only be made and barreled in a small fraction of the land of "amber waves of grain." But just like The Star Sprangled Banner, bourbon and rye, and all the wonderful in-betweens of American Whiskey, belong to no man, state or county. Learn more about our favorite Whiskies of the West.

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6 Handy Brandy Cocktails for a Dandy Good Time

Posted by Patrick Smith on

Brandy may be scarce on many of today’s cocktail menus, but it’s really the OG spirit of classic cocktails, and we think it deserves a bit of a Renaissance. Brandies of various kinds were distilled throughout the American northeast before Whiskey was ever even dreamed up farther inland, fueling the livers of the revolution and eventually making some of the first cocktails. Old school drinks that we generally associate with whiskey, like an old fashioned or Sazerac, were originally made with brandy, before changing national tastes made American whiskey the barrel aged spirit du jour.

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Xaymaca: Plantation's New Funky Treat (And How To Say It)

Posted by CJ Best on

Plantation has long been known for their uncanny ability to source incredible rums, releasing them in both blends or single varietals for aficionado and layman alike. In 2018 we are fortunate to get a new addition to their permanent line up with the Xaymaca (pronounced zay-muck-uh) Special Dry release.

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