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Jack Daniel's Old No 7 Tennessee Whiskey

Jack Daniel's is one of the very few Tennessee Whiskies that is charcoal mellowed. Jack Daniel's has a smooth aroma and flavour of vanilla, toasted oak and caramel translates well to the palate. A true American icon that has not only become a favourite here in Australia because of their flavoursome whiskeys, but also with their involvement in V8 Supercar racing with the Jack Daniel's Racing Team. Available here in a convenient 1L bottle.

Woodstock Bourbon & Cola

Woodstock is one of Australia's favourite Bourbon and Cola premixes because of the great authentic Bourbon taste at such a value-for-money price. This special blend is a more concentrated and smooth version of the 'Woody & Cola' with a slightly higher ABV. With this comes extra flavour and a mellow and smooth finish.

Two Stacks Dram In A Can Whiskey

Dram in a Can is a World Award winning Irish Whiskey in 100ml can, containing a complex blend of Grain, Malt & Pot Still Whiskey. The Two Stacks Dram in a Can is the worlds first 43% whiskey in a can, serving the same great flavour profile and focus on quality spirit as the rest of our blended range. Perfect for on the move, out with friends or even just a solo dram in the great outdoors.

Woodstock Bourbon & Cola

Woodstocks premium blend of bourbon, matched with a refreshing cola.

Jim Beam White Label Bourbon Whiskey

Originated in the 1780s by Jacob Beam, a Kentucky farmer, who operated a grain mill and ground grist for locals - a portion of which was always reserved for the families private use - to make whisky. It was in 1795 the Jacob finally began commercial production, however it was not under the Beam Label. Consistency of style has been maintained by using the same yeast cultures for over 60 years, derived from an original culture made by Jim Beam himself on his back porch. Beam Bourbon is the product of six generations of distillers with only one enforced break in production between 1920 and 1933 when prohibition was introduced to the U.S. It was following prohibition, (during which time the distillery had been shut and sold to the U.S. government) that the bourbon was named "Jim Beam" after the head of the Beam family. To drink Beam then is to taste something of its American heritage. White Label is aged for four years and appreciated for it's pleasant sweet/sour and mellow, nutty character, making it one of the biggest selling Bourbons globally. 37% alc./vol.

Hochstadter's Slow & Low Rock & Rye Can

Slow & Low is a modern update to the historic category of Rock & Rye. A combination of 84 proof straight rye whiskey, a pinch of rock candy + the additions of raw honey, navel oranges and importantly, angostura bitters, making Slow & Low a proper bottled old fashioned.

Nikka Rare Old Super Blended Japanese Whisky

Super Nikka is a blended whisky born in 1962. Classic style of blended whisky with gentle peatiness and hints of vanilla and sherry. These beautiful flavours are rounded and well-balanced with a smooth texture and mellow mouthfeel.

Booker's True Barrel Bourbon

In 1988, Booker Noe, Grandson of Jim Beam introduced his own signature bourbon - 'Booker's'- hand-selected and bottled straight from the barrel, uncut and unfiltered. He first created 'Booker's' as a holiday gift for close friends, but the whiskey was so well received that he decided to make it available to bourbon lovers worldwide. This is a big, muscular style of bourbon with plenty of spice, dried fruits & toasted nuts. Each batch varies slightly as Booker's is bottled uncut at barrel strength usually around 60% abv. Remarkably well-balanced for such a brawny style, opens up nicely with a splash of water and would go even better with a good cigar. This batch is named in honour of Charlie Hutchens, the craftsman behind the signature wooden boxes that each bottle of Booker’s Bourbon comes in, in the American market. He is also a long-time family friend and former employee of Booker Noe. The colour of this batch is pleasant to the eye with an amber colour of a well-aged bourbon. The nose is balanced without too much wood and with hints of oak, toasted nuts, and vanilla. The taste is balanced with a slight warmth and has a pleasant finish. This batch was bottled at 126 proof.

Baker's 7 Year Old Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey

From still to rickhouse to bottle, a lot of things happen with Baker’s Single Barrel Bourbon. Weather, length of aging and rickhouse placement all shape the distinct notes and flavours of each barrel. See how and where your bottle was born. No two barrels of Baker’s are the same. Each is as unique as the man the bourbon is named for. Each barrel sits in its own unique place throughout our rickhouses, patiently aging for a minimum of seven years to extract the notes of vanilla trapped within the charred oak. And with Baker’s there’s no batching or mixing. Each bottle is filled from one singular barrel. Which means inside each bottle is a big, bold bourbon, full of tiny subtle details that change barrel to barrel. There’s no wrong way to drink Baker’s – whether it’s neat, on the rocks or in a cocktail, you’ll notice strong, traditional bourbon cues, like oak, caramel and vanilla. Bottled at 107 proof, the flavours inside each single barrel really shine through. This full-bodied bourbon really stands out in any cocktail. This bottle is from Batch B-90001.

Whisky Greatest Hits Random Record Pack

In one of the coolest packaging we've seen this gifting season, the Whisky Greatest Hits Record Pack. The record spins with a collection of whiskies distilled and bottles by That Boutique-y Whisky Company. Enjoy 10 drams of some of the most highly regarded spirit bodies in the world! This set includes a selection of 10 random whiskies from That Boutique-y Whisky Company from distilleries including Royal Brakla, Auchroisk, Cotswolds, Dufftown, Teanich along with un-named distilleries from Islay and Speyside.