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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
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
$162.12
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
$162.12
Bottled in 1987, this is a lovingly presented bottle of Evan Williams 7 year old bourbon, which is now known as Evan Williams Extra. It even comes with a fancy presentation box! Nice!  More info
$162.12
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This small batch bourbon is named after Colonel Edmund Haynes Taylor, an incredibly important figure in bourbon's history from the 1800s who owned a whole host of...  More info
$167.55
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An excellent brand owned by Buffalo Trace that uses similar methods and recipes to the ones Colonel E. H. Taylor introduced and improved during his time as a bourbon...  More info
$167.55
One of the world's best recognised brands, this is a 3 litre bottle of Jack Daniel's famed Tennessee whiskey (Tennessee whiskey undergoes a filtration through sugar maple charcoal - this is the...  More info
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$178.04
Hiram Walker's classic, and hugely popular, Canadian Club whisky. This bottling is from 1967!  More info
$202.64
An old bottling of Old Crow Kentucky Straight Bourbon. Or 'Old, Old Crow', if you will. If you won't, then let's just agree to call it 'Olden Days Old Crow' and be done with it. If you won't accept...  More info
$202.64
A rare bourbon from The Bourbon de Luxe Distillery Company, based in Frankfort. This spirit was bottled at some time during the 1970s…

Already sold out? Not to worry, we have plenty more Antique...  More info
$202.64
A rare, collectable bottle of Hiram Walker Imperial Blended Whiskey from the 1960s. A beautifully crafted bottle, with a whiskey inside to match.  More info
$202.64
A bottle of Hiram Walker's wonderful Canadian Club 6 Year Old from the 1960s.  More info
$202.64
A vintage bottle of Medley's Kentucky Bourbon from the 1970s. Rare, collectible and patriotic.  More info
$202.64
This bottle of Kentucky Colonel Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey comes from the 1970s, a rare antique for collectors.  More info
$202.64
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
$202.64
The Hiram Walker name might conjure up memories of cracking Canadian whisky for some, but for other, it brings to mind the brilliant Walker's 8 Year Old Bourbon. We place this as coming from the...  More info
$202.64
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
$202.64
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
$202.64
A bottle of Jim Beam White Label, their four year old Kentucky straight bourbon, released in 1966, the same year that Batman defeated a fearsome shark with his Bat-Shark repellent. What a difference a...  More info
$202.64
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
$202.64
A 1970s bottling of Old Forester Kentucky Straight Bourbon, a classic brand that's been around since the 1800s. Sadly, over the years, the label has been discoloured quite a bit due to poor storage...  More info
$202.64
Frank Sinatra was a long time fan of Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey and was often seen sipping a glass of it on stage while singing 'Fly Me To The Moon' or 'My Way'. He even kept a stash of the...  More info
$227.89
A 1970s bottling of Hiram Walker's popular Canadian Club Whisky.  More info
$243.17
A rare old bottling of 8 year old blended whisky from Hiram Walker released in the Argentinian market in the 1960s.  More info
$243.17
The packaging of Kentucky Gentleman Bourbon hasn't changed much since since the 1970s, when this particular bottle was produced. We suppose it's a case of "If it ain't broke, don't fix it." This one...  More info
$243.17
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
$243.17
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