Here are the bottles in the Bargain Bourbon cabinet as of April Fool’s Day (this is not a trick).

American:

Bully Boy White Whiskey – This is a 100% wheat whiskey that is bottled prior to being aged in a barrel.  This is a very different whiskey experience, and a whiskey that is phenomenal as a cocktail pour.

Bourbon:

1792 Ridgemont Reserve Barrel Select – This is a fine bourbon.  There isn’t a lot that leaps out for me, but there is nothing especially off-putting, either.

Angel’s Envy (unopened) – It is starting to warm up, so it might be time to crack this one soon.

Four Roses 2012 Limited Edition Small Batch (unopened) – My good buddy, William, over at A Dram Good Time hooked me up with a bottle of this juice, and I am stoked to try it.

Rebel Yell (unopened) – I know I promised to review this one soon, so I’ll get on that.

William Larue Weller – I should have a post on my thoughts about this year’s Antique Collection in the next few weeks or so.

Rye:

Old Overholt (unopened) – Not sure when I’ll get to this one, but hopefully it won’t be too long.

Thomas H. Handy Sazerac – I finally opened this one up, and I am definitely a fan.

Scotch:

Bowmore Legend – A fine, young Islay whisky.  Not my favorite Islay, but a wonderful dram to have around at the price point.

 

As always, let me know if there are other whiskeys y’all want to see reviewed on the site.

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