Known as "The Monarch". This rare and special whiskey is named after the famous painting, "The Monarch of the Glen". In 1851, Sir Edwin Landseer created the famous painting, an instant masterpiece, that depicts a stag in the Scottish Highlands. John Dewar and Sons purchased the painting in 1919 and hung it proudly. Master blender Stephanie Macleod used the painting as inspiration for this rare and special whiskey. A blend of very rare vintage single malt and single grain scotch whiskies. The blend is then married in oak casks for a light, velvety finish.
This wonderful old-time sour mash bourbon is made and slowly aged in Kentucky. Its rich and distinctive flavor comes from a famous bourbon recipe in exclusive use, generation after generation.
There is a good balance of the Knob Creek and subtle, mild smoke along with maple syrup sweetness thats not overpowering, and the honey, vanilla, caramel, and oak notes from the Bourbon are still present.
Aged 4 to 6 years. Full bodied, well balanced: Hints of caramel and vanilla with heavy oakiness. Aged in 15 gallon barrels, some aged in 25 gallon barrels to allow for a range of flavors.
When it comes to good bourbon, our proof is in the barrel. Caramel with hints of vanilla, oak & barley. Citrus on top of vanilla & black pepper. Finish is warm, long & dry.
George Dickel is still hand-made, step by step. The folks at the distillery proudly and painstakingly adhere to the process that George himself approved more than a century ago.
Rich, buttery nose with hints of raisins and honey; flavors include vanilla, honey, oranges, and a well balanced backdrop of leather and spice.
The first bourbon to win The Trophy, the highest award given at the International Spirits Challenge 1998.
Made with Jim Beam's bourbon and real golden honey. Notes of vanilla, caramel, and oak with a superb honey finish. Enjoy slightly chilled or over ice.