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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 whiskey 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
The Wild Turkey Rare Breed bottle has received a little bit of a redesign, it has! The shape is the same as before, but the label is new and shiny, as is the presentation tube (with focus on the...  More info
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$72.54
A gorgeous Tennessee whiskey from Jack Daniel's, Silver Select is bottled at higher strength and the result is plenty of rich sweetness and complexity. Each barrel is aged in a different location...  More info
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$78.61
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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
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$134.52
In the midnight hour, she cried “more, more, more”, more delicious bourbon please. Rebel Yell Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey is now made at Heaven Hill, using William Larue Weller's original wheat...  More info
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$35.57
Breckenridge Bourbon
(75cl, 43%)
A wonderful small batch high-rye bourbon produced in Colorado. The mash bill for Breckenridge contains 56% yellow corn, 38% green rye and 6% unmalted barley, and it's aged for 2 to 3 years in American...  More info
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$106.09
After searching for months and months to find a rye whiskey worthy of their Old Scout label, the Smooth Ambler chaps discovered this tasty little devil and brought it home to their distillery in West...  More info
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$81.83
Tincup American Whiskey is made by Jess Graber, who had been playing around with this whole distilling thing for about 30 years, before making it his full time job. His whiskey is made using a...  More info
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$48.75
Jim Beam Green Label
(70cl, 40%)
Jim Beam Green Label is aged for five years then filtered through charcoal, which gives it a remarkably smooth flavour. It's great for bourbon cocktails, and is one of our favourite Beams.  More info
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$39.72
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
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$94.54
The famous bourbon brand Old Fitzgerald was named for John E. Fitzgerald, who according to a family biography of Pappy Van Winkle may have been a rather more colourful character than we...  More info
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$70.51
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
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$81.01
It's finally here - the Woodford Reserve Double Oaked Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey. This expression begins life being aged in the same way as the classic Woodford Reserve, but following this, it...  More info
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$72.73
In the year 1792, Kentucky became a state. 1792 Ridgemont Reserve Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey is named after that wonderful year. It's a spicy, rye-rich bourbon which is just asking to be...  More info
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$88.17
Single barrel bourbon from the Buffalo Trace distillery in a new 70cl bottle. This stuff is great and good value for money too.  More info
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$58.13
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
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$204.68
A special edition bottling produced to celebrate the opening of the White Rabbit Saloon bar in Lynchburg, Tennessee (owned by Jack Daniel himself). The Saloon was opened over 120 years ago. Honest. Go...  More info
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$53.77
Bulleit Bourbon - 45%
(70cl, 45%)
Enjoy Bulleit Bourbon like the Americans do! Previously it has been bottled at 40% abv for the UK market, but now you can get the Frontier Whiskey at 45% abv, just like they have in Kentucky. A...  More info
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$36.69
Hudson Manhattan Rye
(35cl, 46%)
Thanks to Tuthilltown Spirits, we can once again enjoy whiskey from New York, with this one in particular harking back to the pre-prohibition age of whiskey distillation in and around The Big...  More info
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$62.12
The Jim Beam Signature Craft is the Kentucky distillery's small batch range of bourbons, including this 12 year old expression. The 12 years in the barrel seems to have been just the right amount of...  More info
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$52.70
When the Smooth Ambler folks are out and about, they'll come across a great bourbon, as you do (remind me to visit America some time soon), and bottle it under the Old Scout name in homage to the...  More info
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$83.34
Wild Turkey 81 Proof
(70cl, 40.50%)
A lower strength bourbon from Wild Turkey, bottled at 81 proof (40.5% abv) and created by the associate distiller Eddie Russell, the son of master distiller Jimmy Russell. This has a high rye content...  More info
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$33.34
Benchmark by name, benchmark by nature. This really is one for the more well Bourbon producers to beat, and despite its status as an outsider, really warrants some attention - especially if cocktails...  More info
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$26.51
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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$163.79
1776 Straight Rye Whiskey comes from the James E. Pepper brand, a name that has long been known in the American whiskey world, though not as much recently as it was in the early 1900s. Happily, the...  More info
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$68.93
Elijah Craig was named for a reverend who lived in Virginia. He kept a warehouse where he stored barrels and one day experienced a devastating fire. He used the charred casks regardless and found they...  More info
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$52.84
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