Orphan Barrel Whoop & Holler 28-Year American Whisky
The latest in the Orphan Barrel series of whiskies of ever increasing ages and prices. This 28 year old Tennessee whiskey won’t last long.
Blaum Brothers Oldfangled Knotter Bourbon
Cask strength 9 year old Indiana bourbon bottled in Galena IL. Spicy oak on the nose with a hint of wintergreen and anise. Medium-full body with a lot of spice but some fat vanilla and caramel notes to balance. Long, rich, and spicy finish.
Old Camp Peach Pecan Whiskey
Flavored whiskey that doesn’t rot your teeth? They do exist, and the good ones deliver on the “whiskey” flavor, not just sugar. This is a good one.
Blood Oath Bourbon Pact #2
We were offered some of the last cases of this limited release, and we’re happy to take them. This beast is a blend of 11 year old wheated bourbon, 11 year old high-rye bourbon, and 7 year old high-rye bourbon finished in port casks. The port finishing comes through on the nose with dried, dark fruits mingling alongside peaches and banana. The palate shows more of the rye spice with some honey caramel. A one-of-a-kind bourbon, and when its gone, its gone.
Amrut Naarangi Single Malt Whisky
If you haven’t tried Amrut whiskies yet, you have been overlooking some real gems for years. Their latest is a 3 year old finished for an additional 3 years in casks that held Oloroso sherry, wine, and orange peels. There’s a lot more to this malt than just orange, but there isn’t a lot of it to go around.
Buffalo Trace Bourbon Cream
It’s finally back! Grab it before it’s gone again.
Speaking of returning goodies from our friends at BT, Stagg Jr. is back. A Hotline favorite for reasonably priced,cask strength goodness.
El Mayor Tequilas
Speaking of Hotline favorites, El Mayor tequilas are back in stock. We love these tequilas for their clean and fresh agave flavors with hints of citrus and black pepper. You’ll love how inexpensive they are for the quality.
1988 Cadenhead's Highland Park 28 year old ex Sherry Butt #10699
We recently got a slew of new bottlings in from Cadenheads you can check them all out here. Our favorite by far is a 28 year old Highland Park. An HP of this age, with this much sherry influence, would easily cost $1,000 if it was bottled by the distillery.
Frapin Cognac 1er Cru
Frapin is one of the only Cognac houses left that controls the entire process in-house, from vineyard to bottling. The VS is of course delicate and fruity, but with a solid spice backbone to round things out.