My Bourbon Shelf


Since I haven’t been out for any specialty bourbon cocktails lately (an old fashioned is hardly specialty)… And I haven’t opened any new bottles (that apple pie moonshine wasn’t bourbon)… I find myself desperate for content. So, for those 5-7 friends who semi-regularly humor me by reading my silly blog, I present my bourbon inventory. What follows is a list of all of the bourbon currently residing at Derby Gras Resort & Spa.

Non-empty bottles:
Eagle Rare 10 year single barrel
Eagle Rare 17 year
Old Forester 2009 Birthday Bourbon
Elijah Craig 18 year single barrel – barreled 9-14-90 barrel 2718 (see The Father of Bourbon)
Pappy Van Winkle Family Reserve 23 year – bottle C964
Noah’s Mill small batch – batch 08-71
Blanton’s single barrel – dumped 3-30-09 barrel 142 rick 49
Jefferson’s Presidential Select 17 year – batch 1 bottle 110 barreled fall 1991
Jefferson’s Reserve
Old Pogue Master’s Select
Woodford Reserve Master’s Collection Maple Wood Finish
Woodford Reserve Master’s Collection Seasoned Oak Finish
Woodford Reserve Distiller’s Select – did you know you could get a handle of Woodford?
Maker’s 46
Maker’s Mark (see Meet Your Maker’s)
Angel’s Envy (recently purchased, still unopened)
Four Roses 2008 Mariage Edition – bottle 3121/3492
Four Roses 2009 Mariage Edition – bottle 2824/3432
Four Roses Single Barrel – warehouse B5 barrel 38-1I autographed by Jim Rutledge
Four Roses Single Barrel – warehouse C5 barrel 36-2D
W.L. Weller 12 year (recently purchased, still unopened)

Mini-bottles (all of which were covered in Reading the Bottle):
Knob Creek small batch 9 year
Jim Beam white label
Blanton’s single barrel
Woodford Reserve Distiller’s Select
Maker’s Mark

Empty bottles:
Four Roses 2009 Mariage Edition – bottle 3377/3432 (see A Rose by Any Other Name)
Four Roses blended whiskey – 40% whiskey with 60% neutral grain spirits, old cut crystal bottle with Michigan Liquor Control Commission tax stamp 32880066


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Bourbon lover living in beer country
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