Bottle Key

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Blanton's Red Label

Blanton's Single Barrel Red Japanese ($383.99 value)

This bottle of Blanton's is not your average Blanton's bottle. The single barrel red Japanese edition was created as an export only product produced exclusively for the Japanese market. Select bottles have been re-imported to the United States exclusive to some liquor stores making this a very special and rare bottle that would look great on your home bar!

This bottle of Blanton's is 93 proof (46.5% ABV) and is aged for 8 years instead of the standard 6 years. It is aged in the same section of the same warehouse that the original Blanton's came from (Warehouse H) over 50 years ago. 

Weller Full Proof ($490 value)

This is a very small batch product that is scarce in the market. Bottled at the same 114 proof the spirit was when it entered into the barrel, Weller Full Proof will put hair on your chest!

William Larue Weller's story is as follows: William Larue Weller, after serving in the Mexican-American war,  returned home to his native state Kentucky where his grandfather had recently purchased a distillery. 

Weller had a sharp palate and a keen sense for business and in 1849, he introduced the first bourbon ever that used wheat as its secondary grain instead of rye. Wheated bourbons (including Pappy Van Winkle and Larceny Bourbon, which eventually imitated W.L. Weller's mash bill) have a softer and more gentle flavor profile as compared to bourbons that use rye as their secondary grain, and have a slightly sweeter taste, Weller Full Proof is no exception.

Weller Full Proof
Blanton's Black Label

Blanton's Single Barrel Black Japanese ($383.99 value)

This bottle of Blanton's is not your average Blanton's bottle. The single barrel black Japanese edition was created as an export only product produced exclusively for the Japanese market. Select bottles have been re-imported to the United States exclusive to some liquor stores making this a very special and rare bottle that would look great on your home bar!

This bottle of Blanton's is aged for 8 years instead of the standard 6 years. It is aged in the same section of the same warehouse that the original Blanton's came from (Warehouse H). 

Stagg Jr. - Batch 13 ($260 value)

Stagg Jr. is a very small batch product that is scarce in the market. The distillery released their first Stagg Jr. in August of 2013 and they have produced about two batches every year. Each batch of Stagg is blended from bourbons aged approximately 8 to 9 years, and released at a high and unique barrel proof. The 13th batch of Stagg Jr. was bottled at 128.4 (64.2% ABV). 

Batch 13 of the Stagg Jr. was released in 2020 and it retains the intensity and complexity of the previous releases. It has spent 8 years in new charred American oak barrels. Uncut and unfiltered, it's bottled at 128.4 proof, making it a "Jr." in name only.

Stagg Jr.