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Booker's Bourbon
Kentucky, United States
62.65% Alc/Vol
Buffalo Trace Bourbon
Kentucky, United States
45% Alc/Vol
Jack Daniel's Single Barrel 'Barrel Strength' - 700 ml
Tennessee, United States
64.5% Alc/Vol
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Wild Turkey Rare Breed
Kentucky, United States
58.4% Alc/Vol
Michter's Small Batch Bourbon
Kentucky, United States
45.7% Alc/Vol
Woodford Reserve
Kentucky, United States
45.2% Alc/Vol
Wild Turkey Russell's Reserve 10 Year Old
Kentucky, United States
45% Alc/Vol
Slipknot No. 9 Iowa Whiskey
Iowa, United States
45% Alc/Vol
WhistlePig 10 Year Old Straight Rye Whiskey
New England, United States
50% Alc/Vol
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Old Grand Dad Bourbon
Kentucky, United States
50% Alc/Vol
Jefferson's Ocean - Aged at Sea
Kentucky, United States
Evan Williams Single Barrel Bourbon
Kentucky, United States
43.3% Alc/Vol
Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey
California, United States
35% Alc/Vol
Bower Hill Bourbon Kentucky Straight
Kentucky, United States
53% Alc/Vol
Bib & Tucker Bourbon
Kentucky, United States
46% Alc/Vol
Rittenhouse Rye
United States
50% Alc/Vol
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Frequently Asked Questions

Which is the best Whisky from USA?

Knob Creek Cask Strength Rye is the first limited rye that Knob Creek has released with each bottle indicating that it was barreled in 2009. This bottle has an ABV of 59%. The taste follows suit, bursting with flavors such as tropical fruits, citrus oil, and peach nectar. The finish is strong, with a rich spiciness, and notes of charred oak and honey.

What makes American Whiskey different?

To begin with Bourbon is not the only American Whiskey, there's Rye, Tennessee and Corn Whisky too. Each variety has its own characteristics. Like Bourbon, that has to have a minimum of 51% corn and is aged in new barrels. Tennessee Whiskey is essentially Bourbon but after distillation, it's filtered through ten feet of sugar-maple charcoal. Rye packs a flavorful punch, and the last one is distilled from a mashbill of at least 80% corn.