Whiskies... Let’s consider this a mostly accurate listing of today’s choices.

American Blended & Bourbon Whiskey. 1 oz. Neat or cocktail / 2 oz.

Bourbon

All bourbons fall in to 3 general bourbon recipes. A Traditional, a High Rye, and Wheat. Then there are recipes for Straight Rye Whiskies.

Bourbon must be made of a grain mixture that is at least 51% corn and is age in charred, new barrels of American Oak, hence the vanilla & caramel tones. Added Rye over 18% is a High-Rye Bourbon.

KFB Kentucky’s finest Bourbon

Jim Beam

Maker’s Mark

Henry Mckenna

Knob Creek

Eagle Rare

Woodford Reserve

Basil Hayden’s (Rye forward)

Four Roses Barrel Select Reserve (High Rye)

Yellowstone Select (High Rye)

Booker’s (High Rye)

Blanton’s Original

Whichever American Blended Whisky is in the well


Rye, Canadian & Irish Whiskey

Pendleton

New Richmond Rye

New Richmond Rye

Koval Rye

Pendleton 1910 Rye 12 yr.

Pendleton 20 yr. Canadian


Blended Scots Whiskey

The Feathery

Dewars White Label 12

Chivas Regal 12

Johnnie Black 12

Chivas Royal Salute 21 yr.

Johnnie Walker Blue Label


Single Malt Scots Whisky

Glenmorangie 10 yr.

Single Malt Scots Whisky

Balvenie Double wood 12 yr.

The Macallan 12 yr.

The Dalmore 12 yr.

The Dalmore 15 yr.

The Glenlivet 16 yr. Nadurra

Laphroaig 10 Islay

Lagavulin 16 Islay

The Dalmore 18 yr

Oban 18 yr.

Oban 18 yr.

The Glenlivet 18 yr.

The Macallan 18 yr.

  excellent mouth feel

The Glenlivet 25 yr.

  Supple, well-rounded

The Macallan 25 yr. 1961

  think of Ian Fleming’s “Goldfinger”

Glenburgie 30r. 1954

  the year of the transfer of the Crimea

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