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J.W. Dant

Though Joseph Washington Dant didn’t have the money for fancy copper stills, he still became a popular distiller back in 1830s Kentucky by making his own still out of a hollowed-out tree trunk. MacGyver, eat your heart out. He eventually got his own distillery (with stills not made from hollowed-out trees or various decorative gourds that he had lying around or what-have-you), and his family would continue to be active in the world of distilling for years to come. It was his family that eventually named a sour mash bourbon after J.W. Dant in the 1950s, which is when the brand came into existence. The folks from Heaven Hill purchased the brand in the early 1990s, and continue to produce it today.

JW Dant Special Reserve

70cl, 40%

A sour mash bourbon from Heaven Hill, JW Dant Special Reserve has a strong rye influence.  More info

JW Dant Special Reserve

J.W. Dant Bourbon - 1972

75cl, 43%

A bourbon with two faces, one that carries a double-headed coin and is not friends with a certain bat-shaped super... Wait, it's Dant Bourbon, not Dent Bourbon! Oh, this is an antique bottle of J.W.…  More info

J.W. Dant Bourbon - 1972
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