|Author: Brian Reed||Date of Review: Mon, 16 Jan 2012|
|Review: JD really has nothing on this 1 its just all over amazing. Saying that Jim Beam have released a new product which has black cherry flavours mixed in with it. Until trying the Red Stagg JB this was my favourite but I gladly surrender 1st place to the new Black cherry JB :D Still a very good bourbon!!|
|Author: Alexis Kiteos||Date of Review: Sat, 17 Sep 2011|
|Review: Nice neat and miles better than Jack but Elijah Craig is my choice.|
|Author: alice shaw||Date of Review: Sat, 02 Oct 2010|
|Review: Fabulous drink, I loved JD until I tried this & now I\'d rather not drink Bourbon if I cant have this... Buy some you won\'t look back.|
|Author: Dan Harris||Date of Review: Thu, 13 May 2010|
|Review: A top whiskey, better than the commercial brands out there. This is the true taste of bourbon. Anyone after an authentic American whiskey should choose this amazing example of bourbon whiskey at its best. 9/10|
|Author: Dan Billings||Date of Review: Wed, 16 Sep 2009|
|Review: Out of the Bourbons I have tried this is my personal favourite. Best drank neat over ice.|
|Author: Paul Folkard||Date of Review: Sat, 07 Jan 2006|
|Review: This is how bourbon should taste, clean, smooth and with a slight hint of wood at the end, you really will not believe how syrupy JD and jim beam are until you taste this!!! DON'T mix with coke, just add a little mineral water and ice and its heavenly!!|
|Author:||Date of Review: Tue, 20 Dec 2005|
|Review: Smashing stuff. |
After an age of the usual Jack or Jim, this is a proper good drink, Slpendid over ice, really warming and fine oak flovours.. I just can't rate this highly enough....double thumbs up..!
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|Bulleit Bourbon is a product of an era that helped define the character of a nation - an era of adventure, risk-taking and prosperity, when the Western frontier offered hope to those willing to take a chance.|
The legend begins in New Orleans, where the Bulleit family emigrated from France in the 1700s. Around 1830, Augustus Bulleit moved from New Orleans to Louisville, Ky., taking with him his talent for brandy making. As a tavern keeper in Louisville, he began producing small batches of bourbon. Relentless in his pursuit of perfection, he experimented with different recipes. When he found one that consistently met his expectations, the inspiration for Bulleit Bourbon was born.
During the great migration to the West, his bourbon was sold throughout Kentucky and Indiana, gaining a reputation as the bourbon of choice for America's most hale and hardy adventurers - the frontiersmen.
It was 1860. America was rapidly expanding westward and business was good for Augustus. That year, while transporting barrels of whiskey from Kentucky back to his hometown of New Orleans, Augustus Bulleit died. With him, it appeared, died the making of his legendary bourbon.
As decades passed, the Bulleit family never lost its passion for telling the story of Augustus Bulleit, nor the desire to resurrect his signature creation. After more than a century, the family returned at last to bourbon making. In 1987, Tom Bulleit fulfilled a lifelong dream by reviving his family's ancestral distilling enterprise using the original recipe of his great-great-grandfather.
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