Booker's super-premium bourbon is well known among those with a taste for authenticity. Originally created by Jim Beam's late, great Master Distiller (and grandson of Jim himself) Booker Noe, it pioneered the small batch, cask strength bourbon trend in the late '80s and brought a new appreciation to the world of American whiskey. Now the brand is celebrating its rich history with a special limited edition release, Booker's 30 Anniversary Bourbon.
Priced at $199 per bottle, the limited edition elixir is a blend of uncut, unfiltered 9 and 16-year-old Kentucky straight bourbon whiskies, aged under Beam Master Distiller (and Booker's son) Fred Noe, bottled at cask strength of 125.8 proof. The whiskey has a robust flavor with Booker's' signature notes of vanilla and oak.
Each bottle of Booker's 30 Anniversary is topped with a special silver wax then packaged in a box made of reclaimed wood from the same historic Kentucky warehouses where the whiskey was aged. Get some while it lasts is our advice.