Michter's 10 Year Kentucky Straight Bourbon
In July of 2020, a private barrel selection of Michter’s hallowed 10-year-old Kentucky straight bourbon broke the record for a barrel of bourbon ever purchased at auction, selling for a whopping $209,462. We’re guessing you can’t afford that, but it speaks to the quality of whiskey inside the Louisville distillery’s 2021 10-year-old batch, which retails at a fraction of the price. Stored in Michter’s heat-cycled warehouse, increasing the interaction between whiskey and wood for a more lively, singular bourbon, the Michter’s 10-year-old offers big-auction flavor for a back-nine-appropriate price. Even so, don’t tell dad how much you spent on it. Back in his day whiskey used to cost a quarter.
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