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The five best sipping whisky

The five best sipping whisky

5 Bulleit Bourbon – The Underdog of the Century 

One of America’s staples, Bulleit Bourbon, is a long-time coming and has been around since the mid-1800s. Thomas E. Bulleit Jr. created this concoction as a tribute to his great grandfather that later evolved into a fine choice for celebrations and a go-to bar drink. 

4 Knob Creek – Striking Buttery Goodness 

A budget-friendly whiskey doesn’t always have to taste cheap. The Knob Creek Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey is much more extensive than standard bottles and boasts unique sweet yet rich flavors. Touches of wood and caramel make this bourbon pop and create room for the sweet scent of maple sugar you would enjoy in a rocks glass. 

3 Heaven Hill – Toasted Oak Tradition with a Leather Touch 

A staple in sipping whiskey tours, Old Heaven Hill plays around with sweet citrus hints. Expect a pleasing aroma from this whiskey, thanks to its rye spice, butterscotch, and mint notes. Nosing this liquor will make you linger on leather, brown sugar, and citrus, while the palate follows with caramel, toasted oak, green apple, cinnamon, and walnuts. 


2 Collingwood Whiskey – Canada’s Maple Pride 

Collingwood Whisky is distilled in Canada and aged in barrels for up to three years. This blend is matured separately and includes no minimum percentage of rye-grain whiskey. It is an excellent sipping whiskey to introduce to colleagues and friends with its sweet notes of honey, fruits, and flowers. 



1 Elijah Craig Barrel Proof Bourbon – O my, put that Bottle Out of Reach of Visitors 

The rich caramel aroma mixes with toasted oak and fruity notes to create a pleasant and complex experience. Vanilla, caramel, and butterscotch grace the palate with notes of black pepper and spicy cinnamon before giving way to a layered finish that highlights all the flavors before slowly fading as it cools. 

I cannot be a hundred percent sure on this list. but I think I’m close, How about you.

The Old Man

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