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We have a range of 3cl whiskey samples from America. The most popular style is, of course, bourbon, though we have the full gamut of US spirits, including rye, small batch whiskey, straight corn, wheat, white dog and Tennessee.
An aged 100% rye whiskey, following 1512 Spirits' excellent Barbershop Rye spirit. Master Distiller, Salvatore P. Cimino (who works at his barber shop by day) hand crafts these tremendous artisanal… More info
1512 Spirits' Master Distiller, Salvatore P. Cimino, is also the Master Barber at the 1512 Barber Shop in San Francisco. Whether it's traditional craft spirits or a traditional straight razor shave,… More info
The Pepper name goes way back in terms of bourbon production, back to 1776. Even James E. Pepper nick-named the whiskey 'Old 1776'. However, in the latter half of the 1900s, the James E. Pepper name,… More info
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
In the year 1792, Kentucky became a state. 1792 Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey is named after that wonderful year. It's a spicy, rye-rich bourbon which is just asking to be enjoyed on a sunny evening with… More info
An excellent small batch bourbon, named for the grand nephew of Jim Beam, Baker Beam. This is a well-aged expression which makes use of a special strain of jug yeast which the Beam family have made… More info
Basil Hayden's Bourbon dates back to 1796, when master distiller Basil Hayden used a traditional corn base, but mixed in small grains with the mash. A Kentucky straight bourbon with plenty of rye at… More info
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
A superb single barrel bourbon. Blanton's Gold is distilled from a mashbill of corn, rye and malted barley. Each bottle is hand filled, sealed, labelled and individually numbered.
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A Blanton's Original Single Barrel bourbon here, which was allowed to age in barrel #69 in the legendary Warehouse H. More info
It's a single barrel bourbon from the Blanton's range! This particular bottling was drawn from cask #958 which matured in the legendary Warehouse H, before being bottled at 46.5% ABV.
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Special Reserve is a lower strength single barrel bourbon from Blanton's. Each bottle is hand-filled, hand-labeled, hand-sealed and individually numbered.
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Single barrel bourbon, bottled at cask strength without any chill-filtration whatsoever - that's what the Blanton's Straight From The Barrel range is all about. This particular bottling was drawn… More info
A Blanton's Straight From The Barrel bottling, drawn from barrel #922 and bottled at a full-on 64.1% ABV.
Please Note: Unfortunately, the gold wax atop these Straight From The Barrel bottlings is… More info
Stunning cask strength Kentucky straight bourbon from the Booker's True Barrel series - a fantastic line from the Jim Beam range named after the one and only Booker Noe. This one has been bottled at… More info
The new edition of the classic Kentucky straight bourbon, Buffalo Trace. A great whiskey, with oodles of vanilla, barrel char and spicy complexity. More info
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
Has there ever been a moment when you've been sipping Bulleit Bourbon and wanted it to have even more rye? Well you're in luck, they now have their own Rye whiskey! Bulleit Rye is made with a… More info
A blend of sourced spirits (they are not aged for three years, and therefore cannot be called whiskey on these shores) - made up of 40% rye and 60% bourbon (of unknown rye content).
"Chicken Cock,… More info
There aren't really any words for this. A cherry flavoured spirit drink with a 'subtle' name whose only saving grace is that Cherry Bounce is at least a real thing. It's a recipe from the 'first… More info
Cinnamon spirit drinks are all the rage these days it seems, with Chicken Cock's claiming to contain 175% less sugar than the popular Fireball. Back in the days of Prohibition Chicken Cock smuggled… More info
A blend of bourbons sourced from Kentucky and Indiana aged around 4 months to 2 years. It therefore, cannot be called "whiskey" on these shores.
Chicken Cock is a resurrected brand, best known for… More info
Chicken Cock was a Kentucky whiskey brand established in 1856 that had to move production to Canada during Prohibition. During those dark days they used to smuggle their liquor into the country in… More info
In its quick chill metallic bottle, here's Chicken Cock's Southern Spiced spirit drink. Mix with cola for a Kickin' Chicken! It's either that or chilled shots for this one. More info
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 distilleries and innovated… More info