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American Whiskey

American whiskeys may often be categorised as pertaining to toastiness, spice and vanilla sweetness. This is in large part due to the generous use of new charred oak (predominant in most styles of US whiskey, and used exclusively in the production of bourbon), which lends stunning sweet flavours such as vanillins, and other flavour compounds.

Rye whiskey is made with a mashbill that mainly features rye. The result of this is a more spicy whisky with lots of complexity. Great examples include Sazerac rye whiskey and Pappy Van Winkle's Rye.

Tennessee whiskeys are essentially bourbons which undergo the "Lincoln County Process", developed by the world famous Jack Daniel. This involves filtering the spirit through sugar maple charcoal.

White dog and Moonshine have becoming increasingly popular, and you'll find a range here, as well as rarer artisanal US whiskeys such as single barrel and small batch bourbon, straight wheat and straight corn whiskey.

American Whiskey
Michter's Sour Mash Whiskey was once an incredibly popular expression back in the 1970s and 1980s, though in recent years, it had disappeared from the market. However, it has returned in the shape of...  More info
$80.40
A Blanton's Original Single Barrel, taken from barrel 330 matured in their famous Warehouse H.
Colonel Albert B. Blanton was the first to bottle single barrel bourbon years upon years ago, for his...  More info
$92.96
George Dickel No. 12
(100cl, 45%)
A classic expression from the George Dickel collection of Tennessee whiskies, No. 12 is a 90 proof (or 45% ABV on this side of the Atlantic) sour mash whiskey, made with a mash bill of 84% corn, 8%...  More info
$77.32
A classic in every sense of the word, Evan Williams White Label Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey is a favourite of the back-bar around the world. Bottled at a higher ABV than the regular Evan...  More info
$46.80
A rare bottle of Park & Tilford Reserve Blended Whiskey, produced in America all the way back in the 1950s. Sadly, the label looks to have seen better days, with parks of it suffers scuffs and a tear...  More info
$337.52
From Smooth Ambler's Old Scout Range comes a very exciting single barrel straight bourbon whiskey - marvel at its glory! For their single barrel releases, the Smooth Ambler chaps out in West Virginia...  More info
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$103.05
Good ol' Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey from the good ol' days (if you consider 1979 to be part of the "good ol' days"). Yes, this handsome well-looked after 1 litre bottle of the classic Tennessee...  More info
$337.52
Produced in the 1950s, this is a collectible bottling of PM Blended Whiskey, which was known for its "clean clear taste", a phrase they frequently used in their advertising. It was produced by the...  More info
$375.03
Just looking at this gorgeous antique bottle of Old Quaker Bourbon from the 1950s makes me want a big bowl of porridge, but I'm not sure why. Never mind. This old American brand was once owned by...  More info
$450.03
Distilled in Brownsville, Pennsylvania, this bottle of Park and Tilford Reserve was bottled in 1946. Fun fact: Brownsville was the birthplace of Frank Zappa...'s drummer, Vinnie Colaiuta.  More info
$468.78
A bottle of Hiram Walker Doble-V, a blended whisky that was made for the Spanish market. If you look closely at the label, you'll see that the Doble-V actually looks like a W, which supposedly stands...  More info
$187.51
A bourbon with two faces, one that carries a double-headed coin and is not friends with a certain bat-shaped super... Wait, it's Dant Bourbon, not Dent Bourbon! Oh, this is an antique bottle of J.W...  More info
$225.02
Even after potentially 60 years, you can still just about see the rather cocky tagline for Golden Wedding Anniversary blended whiskey on its label - "Has had no peers for 50 years". This collectible...  More info
$468.78
Catching Dollar Fever is easier than catching a cold, you just need to ask that the person passing you the bottle to throw it softly. If for some reason you want to get rid of Dollar Fever, guess...  More info
$75.01
A large 1970s bottle of Jim Beam White Label Bourbon, which is aged for four years before it's bottled. Unfortunately, while this bottle is bigger than your average one, they didn't actually put its...  More info
$225.02
A bottle of Jim Beam White Label, produced in 1979, the same year as the classic 'Life of Brian'. The label is a tiny bit torn in places, but look on the bright side of life and you'll see that this...  More info
$150.01
It's no bluff to say this bottle of Ten High is an antique straight bourbon made by Hiram Walker that would probably pair well with some ace ribs.  More info
$187.51
This isn't just bourbon, this is Bourbon Supreme! Made in the 1950s by the American Distilling Co., Bourbon Supreme claims to the the "world's only charcoal distilled whiskey". While we're not sure...  More info
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$281.27
Old Sunny Brook - 1947-50
(56cl, 46.50%)
We place this bottle of Old Sunny Brook American whiskey as being bottled at some point between 1947 and 1950, making it over 50 years old! This was made when Sunny Brook was made by National Brands...  More info
$300.02
A well-preserved bottle of Canadian Club 6 year old, released in 1971, the same year as the classic James Bond film, Diamonds Are Forever.  More info
$150.01
Hiram Walker & Sons sure do make a good Canadian whisky. The bottle of 6 year old Canadian Club you see before your eyes was produced in 1962.  More info
$187.51
Baker's 7 Year Old
(70cl, 53.50%)
An excellent small batch bourbon, named for the grand nephew of Jim Beam, Baker Beam. This is a well-aged expression which makes use of a special strain of jug yeast which the Beam family have made...  More info
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$88.21
Well then, Ancient Age seem to have already written my bottling note with its brand name, but never-the-less, let it be known that this is an ancient bottle of Kentucky bourbon from the 1980s, which...  More info
$150.01
A very handsome bottle of Barton's QT Premium American Whiskey from the 1970s. The label claims that Barton's QT is the "Quiet Taste" in whiskey. We're... We're not really sure what that means.  More info
$187.51
A 1980s bottling of Heaven Hill 5 Year Old Kentucky Bourbon, from the famous Heaven Hill Distillery who also produce Evan Williams Bourbon. Comes with a rather snazzy presentation box.  More info
$150.01
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