A well-aged whiskey is fine, rare thing. A long ageing in oak can bring great maturity and finesse. We have some beautifully aged 18 year old whiskeys. We believe at eighteen years, the whiskey still pertains the bite and power of youth, the can do attitude that only a teenager possesses, though coupled with a few more years of maturity and a little wisdom. Why not try one of our great Bourbons. These are whiskeys produced in North America, from a selection of grains, but always a minimum of 51% corn. As a whiskey is not said to age in the bottle, the age statements refer solely to the amount of time the whiskey has spent in an oak cask.