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Benchmark Old No.8 Kentucky Straight Bourbon is a fantastic rye-recipe bourbon with a delicate caramel nose and drier, woody finish. While not one of America's most famous bourbons, this bottle definitely deserves a place in your drinks cabinet. Wonderful on its own, with coke or in cocktails.



Early Time is a light and sweet flavored bourbon brewed in Kentucky. Unlike most bourbons, this is matured in used barrels, rather than new ones, and the results of this can be detected in the drink's soft vanilla and caramel notes. This is quite a full bodied bottle that often feels more like a Scotch whisky than it does American bourbon.

$25 and under

Jim Beam White Label


A huge favorite among bourbon lovers. Matured for 4 years in oak barrels, this whiskey offers everything that you would want from a bourbon.

$25 and under

Spey Reserve


Spey Reserve is a wonderful whisk from the Speyside region of Scotland. It has a wonderful golden/amber color that immediately catches the eye and the notes inside the bottle don't disappoint either. Toffee, brown sugar and citrus fruits are the most prominent flavors and these are backed up by a lingering, slightly spicy finish.

$25 and under

The Famous Grouse


This blend is Scotland's number one whisky that first burst onto the scene in 1896. Awarded a Royal Warrant in the 1980s, this bottle has been a favorite up and down the United Kingdom for some time. Well balanced and spicy.