Best Everday Bourbons|
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Today, we want to slow down and highlight a few of our favorite everday pours under 60 bucks, bottles we try to the best of our ability to regularly have in stock. If one of these products isn't in stock by the time you read the email, be sure to sign up for notifications when it is back in stock or browse other options in our Best Under $50 Collection. Who knows, you just might find your new daily drinker.
While on the younger side, this whiskey for the price delivers great richness and, personally speaking, a flavor that punches with the likes of Stagg Jr. I always keep a bottle of this on my shelf, and if I'm lucky, a single barrel pick.
The Bardstown Origin series has been wildly popular, and admittedly one of the harder ones for us to continually keep in stock. 6 year age stated wheated bourbon that isn't only found on the secondary market? Sign me up.
To me this is one of the most slept on bottles of the year. Proof that whiskey doesn't have to be from Kentucky to be awesome. I think this is the most unique of all the offerings in this list, with a fruit infused cola palate that just keeps me coming back again and again.
I've said it before but this is my current everyday sipper. This 95 proof is easy to drink but not lacking in the flavor department. Expect banana bread and slightly charred oak, with a buttery toffee sweetness and lightly spiced pecans and dried fruit continuing on.
If it really comes down to value, not much can beat Green River. It helps that it has a great profile to boot. The wheated is another excellent value, but head to head I think this bottle just shows a bit more depth and character at an easy 90 proof.
Willett's Old Bardstown Bottled-in-Bond was one of my go-to's for years, and still one of my favorite value bottles, but when it comes to flavor I love the little extra Old Bardstown Estate brings. It's sweet and herbal profile is an Old Fashioned in a glass, hold the bitters and sugar.