Old Crow

75cl / 40%
  • Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey
Old Crow
Web Exclusive Price £22.65 £18.88 ex VAT (£30.20 per litre)
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Named after James Crow, the Scottish doctor who changed the course of American whiskey production by inventing the sourmash process.
Country
USA
Region
Kentucky
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Yes

Old Crow Reviews

17 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    9 December 2015

    My father a "bama" Old Crow his drink of choice. He lived a long good life. I raise a glass or two of Crow in remembrance of him, when I stop for a rest south on old 42! Good memories, good drink!

  • 12 October 2013

    Best sour mash whiskey I've tasted... Keep my current bottle of Old Crow in the freezer. Then when I imbibe will take a frosted large 16oz heavy glass, fill it with crystal clear ice, pour in the golden nectar(Old Crow)and mix with Coke Classic !! Take a long pull on this drink and enjoy. It don't get any better ! Old Crow has the best taste and longest after-Burn glow of all sour mashes I've tried. None compare. It is the real deal since 1835 !!

  • 1 March 2013

    I am a bourbon drinker from Wisconsin. I have been drinking Old Crow for over 40 years. Best darn bourbon for the price that exists.

  • 18 December 2012

    It certainly was the whiskey of choice of ww2 pilot and ace Clarence "Bud" Anderson, who named his famous P51 mustang "Old Crow". It is a shame that the founder of the sour mash process gets remembered by a "bottom shelf whiskey" as it is called. You would think the industry could pay better tribute.....

  • 15 March 2012

    I'm a Canadian and I always bring some OC back home for my friends.A unique American Whisky

  • 9 March 2012

    'The Dirty Bird' finest bourbon for the price. Cheers!

  • 8 March 2012

    i'm an american living in england.i was a fan of single malts for years but have grown to love bourbon more so. i'm planning to try this as well as old overholt. if old crow was good enough for mark twain its good enough for me. i will confess that the history of these whiskeys appeals to me as much as any review

  • 7 February 2012

    this stuff won the air war for america in world war 2! can't get better than that. they even named air planes after "old crow" it's got my vote!!

  • 1 January 2012

    Great taste. It dont get the recognition it should!!!will take it any day over top shelve!!!

  • 21 October 2011

    Thats right...Hunter mentioned a few bourbons in different writings. Old Crow and Old Fitzgerald get mentioned a fair bit in The Proud Highway. Wild Turkey is the most widely known favorite of His though. Buffalo Trace is the best but this looks worth a go

  • 4 October 2011

    HST drank this in more than one article. Possibly when he's talking to the guy at the bar in the Kentucky Derby Is Decadent and Depraved (although that might have been Old Fitz). But definitely one of HST's tipples.

  • 16 July 2010

    I thought Hunter S Thompson liked Wild Turkey?

  • 19 May 2010

    Good enough for Hunter S Thompson, and good enough for me ! :)

  • 9 March 2010

    I'm an American and I drink this exclusively. It mixes better than Jack Daniels, it is cheaper than ANY other whiskey here where I live, and it comes in a glass bottle so people do not realize it is bottom shelf when compared to other liquors in social situations. Also type in Old Crow into wiki and research the history.

  • 5 February 2010

    Old Crow is by far the best of the bottom shelf. I prefer it to Maker's Mark, which has an almost cult following and costs twice as much.

  • 29 January 2010

    This is the finest bourbon whiskey that I have ever tasted. I know that taste is a personal preference, but I prefere this bourbon over Jim Beam, Crown Royal, Jack Daniels etc.

  • 8 December 2009

    goodgood stuff. worth buyin for a good time :P