What's better than a bottle of 1792 Bourbon? A boxful of 1792 Bourbon!
Ahh... Good ole' year 1792. George Washington was president, the cornerstone of the White House was laid, and Kentucky joined the United States. It was this last event that inspired the name of the Barton 1792 Distillery, the oldest continually-operating distillery in Bardstown, Kentucky ― the Bourbon Capital of the World. The juices that come from this historic 196-acre building complex are nothing short of amazing and this bundled foursome proudly showcases the epic small-batch Bourbons they have on offer.
First, there's their flagship 1792 Small Batch Bourbon, a high-rye Spirit that hangs around at the top floors of their warehouses, waiting for its moment to shine ― there's no rushing things and it stays there until Master Distiller Danny Kahn says it's perfect. The remaining 3 are limited-edition expressions that crank that beautiful Bourbon up a notch or two. The 1972 Full Proof was named World Whisky of the Year by Jim Murray for its richness that undoubtedly has to do with the special filtration process it goes through and the 125 barrel-entry proof. Then there's the 1792 Single Barrel which is bottled from individual barrels that are deemed to be the cream of the crop. Last but not least is the 1792 Bottled In Bond that follows the rules of the Bottled in Bond Act of 1897: one distillery, one season, 4+ years, 100-proof, and 100% badass. It's a bundle of joy, this one is.