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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
Smooth Ambler is a fantastic craft distillery in West Virginia established in 2009 by TAG Galyean and John Little. Whilst they produce their own vodka, gins and whiskeys from grain to glass, this is...  More info
$88.36
The bigger, higher proof brother to the standard (and also excellent Jefferson's), Jefferson's Reserve is a well-aged, medium bodied bourbon. The previous edition was labelled as a 15 year old, also...  More info
$88.72
Criminally good bourbon from St. George Spirits in California. Their Breaking & Entering Bourbon is made with whiskey sourced from rickhouses in Kentucky, "liberated" by St. George distillers Lance...  More info
$90.45
FEW Single Malt
(75cl, 46.50%)
A single malt from the excellent FEW Spirits, the craft distillery that settled down in the home of Prohibition, Evanston, Illinois. Taking their name from Francis Elizabeth Willard, who championed...  More info
$91.28
A terrific blend of bourbon, rye and peated Scotch whiskies from High West in Utah, we love the back story of this one.

During a visit to Islay, David Perkins enjoyed a breakfast at a B&B near...  More info
$93.66
This is the first Texan whisky, as well as being the first whisky to be distilled from blue corn! When we first tried this we thought it was wonderful, though very "different". These days it's become...  More info
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$100.42
Clyde May's Conecuh Ridge is an Alabama whiskey with some fantastic moonshiner heritage. As a former officer of the US Treasury said, although his activities were illegal, that Clyde May "sure had a...  More info
$103.82
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Made to commemorate the brave soul that was John J. Bowman, who explored the American frontier in 1775, presided over Kentucky's first county court and was the great, great...  More info
$104.14
A special, limited edition black, opaque bottle of Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey, bottled to commemorate Mr Jack's 160th Birthday.  More info
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$113.19
Looking at Jefferson's 10 Year Old Straight Rye Whiskey, you could easily be fooled into thinking it's an American product, made for and by proud Americans, just like Thomas Jefferson himself. But...  More info
$114.39
A gorgeous creation from Balcones in Waco, Texas. They make their True Blue corn whisky using blue corn, which makes a mighty fine tortilla chip and (so it seems) a mighty fine whisky too! It's unique...  More info
$115.04
An experimental release of wheated bourbon from Buffalo Trace, with all sorts of in-depth, behind-the-scenes info about its distillation on the label. This edition went into the casks (two barrels) at...  More info
$116.80
One of the awesomely interesting Buffalo Trace Experimental Collection releases. This one features rye bourbon which was put into 2 oak barrels at 125 proof. It was distilled in November 2001 and...  More info
$116.80
Balcones Brimstone
(75cl, 53%)
American craft distiller Balcones created this smoky corn whisky, fittingly named the Brimstone, by smoking the whisky itself rather than the grain. It is innovative techniques such as this which are...  More info
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$117.36
Stagg Jr.
(75cl, 67.20%)
The first batch of Stagg Jr. is here! It may be a younger, more approachable version of the George T. Stagg bourbon, one of Buffalo Trace's most loved (and hardest to get hold of) bourbons, but that...  More info
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$123.26
Single Barrel bourbon from Buffalo trace. Huge depth of flavour and a beautiful decanter to boot.  More info
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$129.44
The 2013 release of the Four Roses Single Barrel, a cracking Kentucky straight bourbon coming from single barrels rather than a blend of multiple barrels. This comes from batch #3-4D and has been...  More info
$131.50
Made using the traditional sugar maple charcoal filtering method in (where else but) Tennessee, George Dickel is part of the elite group that actually use the term Tennessee Whiskey, the only other...  More info
$159.47
A 1980s bottling of Jim Beam White, that comes in its original box. It's in amazing condition and looks very drinkable. Best enjoyed watching the A-Team; it'll take your mind off wondering how they...  More info
$159.47
This bottling of Jim Beam White Label comes from the early 1980s. A definite classic Kentucky bourbon which is matured for four years before being bottled.  More info
$159.47
Although Evan Williams White Label is now their 'Bottled in Bond' bourbon, when this bottle was produced in the 1980s, their white label was reserved for bourbon aged for 8 years.  More info
$159.47
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
$159.47
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
$159.47
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
$159.47
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
$159.47
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