Henry McKenna Single Barrel Review

Henry McKenna Single Barrel has been known as a solid, mid-shelf, value bourbon.

Henry McKenna Single Barrel

Its specifications knock down many of the pins that bourbon fans want:

      • Bottled-in-Bond
      • 100 proof
      • 10-year age statement
      • Single barrel
      • Distilled, aged, and bottled on site by Heaven Hill, a reputable distiller
      • And, at least around here, will only set you back about $32

And yet, even with all it brings to the table, this bourbon has not traditionally been highly sought after. Maybe that’s because its label does not bear the words “limited release” or “special edition.” Maybe it’s because of its general availability.

Well, those days may be over.

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Larceny Barrel Proof Bourbon Release Announcement

On April 10, 2018, Heaven Hill received approval for its release of Larceny Barrel Proof Bourbon.

Larceny Barrel Proof Bourbon

Larceny is a wheated bourbon (68% corn, 20% wheat, 12% malted barley) distilled and produced by Heaven Hill. Its lineage is presumably tied to the infamous Old Fitzgerald bourbon.

The approved label shows a proof of 125, up from the standard Larceny Bourbon’s 92 proof.

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Elijah Craig Barrel Proof B517

Elijah Craig Barrel Proof

Whisky Advocate named Elijah Craig Barrel Proof B517 as its “2017 Whiskey of the Year.” That’s right, a $65 bourbon, touted by many as simply a consistently great “budget” barrel proof bourbon, ran away with the magazine’s top award.

So, given this distinction, it seemed a proper time to revisit Elijah Craig Barrel Proof.

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Stephen Netherton

Stephen is a regular writer at FlightClubICT.com