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What Is Bourbon?

Besides delicious, bourbon is a type of American whiskey made primarily from corn.

Does Bourbon Have To Be Made In Kentucky?

Nope. While about 95% of bourbon is made in Kentucky, there’s no law that says it has to be produced there.

What’s The Difference Between Bourbon and Whiskey?

Bourbon is whiskey, but not all whiskey is bourbon. According to U.S.law, Bourbon is exclusively made in the United States, stored in new charred oak barrels at 125 proof or less, contains no additives and is distilled from at least 51% corn-mash. The definition of whiskey is less restrictive, it can be distilled from a variety of grains without restrictions on storage and comes from anywhere in the world whiskey is made.

What Kind Of Bourbons Are There?

Traditional Bourbon is usually made from 60-80% distilled corn-mash with only small amounts of other grains added for fermentation and flavor.

Wheated Bourbon is made from 51% or more distilled corn-mash, with the second greatest grain being wheat. Wheated bourbon has a creaminess to its mouth-feel, with a prickly sweet flavor that’s a little lighter than the traditional recipe.

Rye Bourbon is made from 51% or more distilled corn-mash and around 20% distilled rye. This gives the bourbon a spicy kick that complements the sweetness of the corn, without the full-on zing of a rye whiskey, which is made from 51% or more rye.

What Does Bourbon Taste Like?

You’ll never really know unless you try it, but bourbon is typically characterised by flavors of vanilla, oak, caramel and spice.

How Do You Drink Bourbon?

Any way you want! Straight, on the rocks or mixed in a cocktail, there’s no wrong way to drink bourbon. If you’re new to bourbon, we suggest mixing it with bitters and club soda to create a classic Old Fashioned cocktail.

Can I Get Bourbon Delivery?

Delivery is our specialty, and delivering bourbon is especially our specialty. Just find the bottle you want, and we’ll be at your doorstep in no time.

What are the Best Bourbons?