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A.D. Laws Four Grain Bourbon

*/ AD Laws Four Grain Bourbon is matured in 53-gallon American white oak casks crafted by the Independent Stave Company in Missouri (the distillery has 1000 barrels aging already). There, the bourbon matures for approximately three years. Following this three-year beauty rest, the bourbon is brought to proof and bottled by hand.
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Jefferson's Reserve Very Small Batch Kentucky Straight Bourbon

Jefferson’s Bourbon is a collection of “Ridiculously Small Batch” straight whiskeys produced by skillfully marrying a selection of barrels of various ages. Founded over fifteen years ago by Trey Zoeller and his father Chet, a well-known bourbon historian, Jefferson’s Bourbon pays homage to one of the country’s most complex founding fathers, Thomas Jefferson. A man widely recognized for his scientific mind and experimental nature, Thomas Jefferson has served as a source of inspiration for the ever-evolving Jefferson’s brand.
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Zeppelin Bend Straight Malt Whiskey

Zeppelin Bend is a culmination of New Holland’s brewing roots and a growing passion for distilling. A straight-malt whiskey, it begins with a brewer’s mash coaxing sugars from malted barley into a liquid wash. This wash is twice distilled and aged in new American oak with a heavy char. Notes of vanilla and clove arise from the slightly caramelized spirit leading to a classic American-oak finish.
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George Dickel 9YO Single Barrel Tennessee Whiskey

From John Hansell of Whiskey Advocate: After wishing for years that George Dickel would put out some great super-premium Tennessee whiskeys, they finally did. I was thrilled to see them introduce to retailers the new single cask “hand selected barrel” offerings at both 9 and 14 years of age—and higher proof! I particularly enjoyed the 9 year old samples I tasted. There’s so much untapped potential there at Dickel. Let’s start tapping it.  
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Barrel Bourbon

Every batch of Barrell Bourbon is unique. The distinct nuances of character, flavor, and color in each batch derive from the decisions made by the master distiller to introduce subtle variations into each batch of bourbon. These decisions include The combination, type, and source of grains (the mash bill) and the specific yeast used for fermentation
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Campbeltown Loch

*/ /*-->*/ Campbeltown itself was once known as the Whisky Capital of the World due to the number of distilleries which used to be in operation there. It is one of Scotland’s distinct and defined Whisky Regions, along with the Lowlands, Highlands, Speyside and Islay.
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