What's in a name? John E. Fitzgerald Larceny Kentucky Straight Bourbon whiskey is called whiskey because it's produced in America. Were it from Scotland it would be spelled John E. Fitzgerald Larceny Kentucky Straight Bourbon whisky, rather than whiskey.
In brick-and-mortar stores this usually sells between $35-$50. It's an excellent sipping bourbon--smooth with a slightly oaky bouquet. Goes exceptionally well with a splash of ginger ale and other light mixes.
17th June 2014