Bourbon has been a part of American culture since the late 18th century, when poor farmers in Maryland and Pennsylvania began distilling their excess grain crops. These distillers gradually migrated to Kentucky, which is now the spiritual home of Bourbon. Read More »
A large bottle of Jim Beam White Label from the 1970s. The bottle has a handy carrying handle built into it. This is a rare version, in that it's been aged for an extra year, taking it to five and is at 43% rather than 40%.
A very old bottle of Kentucky Straight Bourbon. Produced at Berheim distillery and bottled in 1943. This Old Timbrook 5 year old comes in a US Quart-sized bottle, which makes it just under a litre of very rare, vintage bourbon.
A large bottle of Bonded Beam bottled in 1943. The term "bonded" originally referred to the laws that governed the warehouses used to age the whiskey, but has over time become used to mean 100 proof (or 50% ABV).