Thursday, December 29, 2011

New Arrivals: Hirsch Selection 28 year bourbon and 25 year rye

Like old whiskey? Ya we do too. Healthy Spirits is happy to annouce the arrival of some of the oldest American whiskeys on the market! These are agruably the best offerings to bare the Hirsch name since the legendary A.H. Hirsch 16 year pot still reserve. Stocks of whiskey this old simply don't exist any more and I'd advise anyone to grab them while you still can. Cheers!


Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Local Micro Distilled Ryes!

You want em, we got em, every locally made micro distilled rye on the market. We have the tried and true Old Potrero made at Anchor Steam Brewery, widly credited as the distillery that started the micro distilling movement. We also have the new release from Old World Spirits in Belmont, Gold Run Rye, made in the unique style of an eau de vie spirit. And finally we have the aged and unaged versions of a rye that got it's start at a local barber shop, 1512 Barbershop Rye. Check these out:

-Old Potrero Straight Rye
-Old Potrero 18th Century
-Old World Spirits Gold Run Rye
-1512 Spirits Barbershop Rye (Unaged)
-1512 Spirits Barbershop Rye (Aged)

I love supporting micro distilleries because they truly add unique flavor profiles to a market saturated with stocks from 7 or 8 macros. These are great brands and our support ensures they'll be around for years to come. You want these!


Friday, December 9, 2011

Pappy Van Winkle now in stock at Healthy Spirits!

Hey All,

So we are very happy to annouce the arrival of the full Van Winkle line of bourbons. Because of the extremely high demand for these products there will be a limit of one bottle per customer. We fully anticipate selling out of the line today or tomorrow, and will be offering them on a first come first serve basis. The bottles will be behind the counter and only available upon request. Good luck everyone!


Saturday, December 3, 2011

Hey all,

I am happy to announce the arrival of one of the most sought after lost distilleries in Scotland, Port Ellen. Port Ellen was one of the few precious distilleries on the island of Islay, known for its complex single malts smoked with peat. Port Ellen had its own malt house, which meant it prepared its barley for fermentation by hand. This was an approach that allowed them to control every step of the process, something virtually no other distillery does today. While the distillery closed in 1983 their malting house remains open and services the likes of Laphroaig, Lagavulin, Ardbeg, Bowmore and Caol Ila. This release represents some of the last stock available from Port Ellen in a beautiful 32 year cask strength non-chill filtered offering. Get it while you can.


Thursday, December 1, 2011

New Arrivals: Caol Ila 12 year unpeated and Hakushu 12 year!

Hey all,

Got some pretty limited new single malts in today. First off we have the Caol Ila cask strength unpeated 12 year. A Scotch that is rarely seen, if ever, in Northern California. This is an extremely sought after offering that is only made once a year at the distillery. It shows concentrated flavors of heather, sea weed, brine, stoney minerals, honey and peat. We also got a small shipment of the Hakushu Japanese 12 year single malt. This is made by Suntory who also makes Yamazaki and Hibiki. Hakushu uses 8-9% peated barley and is unbelievably soft and approachable. It shows notes of butterscotch, sea air, pine, sunflower seeds, smoke and earth. The release was tightly allocated and will not be available again for a year or so. You want these!



Thursday, November 24, 2011

Happy Thanksgiving

Just to remind everyone that we will be closing at 3 PM today.
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving Day.



Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Thanksgiving Day Schedule

Hey everyone,

We wish you a safe, healthy and happy Thanksgiving Day.

For your convenience, we will be open until 3:00 PM Thanksgiving Day.

Please toast the holiday’s responsibly. Drink less, drink better.




Thursday, November 17, 2011

November Bourbon Club / New Four Roses Barrel!

Hey all,

Very happy to annouce the arrival of our first ever Four Roses barrel! It's a beautiful cask strength non-chill filtered bottling that's aged 10 years and 8 months. This is without a doubt our finest single barrel bourbon to date. I'm also featuring it in Bourbon Club this month, which has already been rung and is ready for pick up! Cheers


Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Sazerac Antique Collection Now in Stock!

Hey all,

The Sazerac Antique line has finally landed! These are gonna go quick so first come first serve while they last:

-George T. Stagg Barrel Strength Bourbon
-William Larue Weller Barrel Strength Wheated Bourbon
-Thomas Handy Sazerac Barrel Strength Rye
-Sazerac 18 Year Rye
-Eagle Rare 17 Year Bourbon


Thursday, November 3, 2011

Old Potrero back in stock!

Hey all,

So as you may know, Old Potrero is getting harder and harder to come by. Even as loyal followers for years, we're getting significantly less than we have in years past. We really appreciate you our customers continued support and desire to obtain this San Francisco made whiskey. We'll continuing to fight for every bottle we can. There are several bottles on the shelves right now and I should have a couple more coming next week. Enjoy!


Free Talisker and Bulliet merchandise with bottle purchase!

While supplies last, next time you buy a bottle of Bulleit bourbon we'll toss in a free Bulleit bourbon hat. And if Scotch is more your thing buy any bottle of Talisker and get two free Talisker branded glasses. Cheers!


New In: Cyrus Noble San Francisco Bourbon!

What's that you say, a San Francisco bourbon? Well sort of. Cyrus Noble was a pre-prohibition era bourbon from San Francisco that was popular amoungst the miners during the gold rush. The "Haas Brothers " have brought this San Francisco classic back to life by contracting a Kentucky distillery to produce it in much the same way. It is exceedingly smooth and well rounded, easy on the wallet and from a city that just can't get enough whiskey. I highly recommend trying it.


Thursday, October 27, 2011

What you talking bout Willett?

Holy Willett!

Are you guys seeing this collection of bottles. So we have pretty much every single varietal of Willett that's been on the market the last year and a half, because let's be honest that stuffs freakin awesome. I really don't know if you can find a bigger collection of Willett any where right now. Any way here's what we have:

-3 year rye
-4 year rye
-5 year bourbon
-6 year bourbon
-7 year bourbon (healthy spirits exclusive)
-8 year bourbon
-9 year bourbon
-10 year bourbon
-18 year bourbon
-19 year bourbon
-20 year bourbon

You want these (if I don't drink them first that is)!


Holiday Whiskey Gift Sets!

Hey all,

Got some frankly awesome Scotch, Bourbon and Rum gifts sets for the holiday season in today. Come get your family and friends what they really want, booze! Get em while they last.


October Bourbon Club!

Hey all,

If you haven't picked it up yet October Bourbon Club is ready for pick it. This month we're featuring local micro distillery St. George of Alameda. The people at St. George take major pride in creating distinctive yet delicious spirits and Breaking and Entering bourbon is certainly in a league of its own. Not in the Bourbon Club yet? Drop by the store and sign up today, more details on the left side of this page. Cheers!


Thursday, September 22, 2011

New Single Malts: Bunnahabhain 12 year and 18 year, Tobermory 15 year

Hey friends,

Bourbon may be our first love here at the shop, but that doesn't stop us from having some serious affairs with single malt scotches. Tobermory, currently the only distillery on the Isle of Mull, produces this beautiful 15 year non-chill filtered master piece which comes in a nifty oak box. This is seriously in my top two or three favorite single malts, period. Also got in two Bunnahabhain single malts, the 12 year and 18 year. Bunnahabhain has the unique distinction of being one of the only non-peated Islay single malts, Bruichladdich being the other one. While the barley isn't smoked with peat you still get traces of peat from their water source, which is surrounded by peat bogs, couple that with the exquisite notes of sea air from the coastal barrel aging and you have a ridiculously complex dram that is more approachable than most Islays. Shhhh, don't tell any one but this is the last shipment of 18 year to hit shelves, they have stopped production on this expression of Bunnahabhain so it will no longer be available.


September Bourbon Club!

Hey all,

For September Bourbon Club we are featuring Knob Creek Single Barrel Reserve. A premium barrel selection program for an already fantastic bourbon. If your not a Bourbon Club member feel free to sign up any time this month and receive this month's selection at a discount with full tasting notes and serving suggestions. Look for more information on the club on the left side of this page. Cheers!


Thursday, September 8, 2011

New arrivals: Adrbeg Alligator!

Hey all,

Finally got the first official release of Ardbeg Alligator in today, and let me just say this is an epic Scotch! Ardbeg's latest achievement uses 100% new charred American oak barrels. They toasted the oak to a level 4 or "alligator" level char which results in a beautiful color and flavors of BBQ, smoke, ginger snaps, menthol, grilled steak, tar, earth, coffee and a massive amount of peat. This is an exceptional dram and something you won't want to miss. Get it while you can...........


Saturday, August 27, 2011

New High West Barrel Aged Manhattan!

Hey all,

Got a pretty limited new release from High West Distillery today. It's a nod to the newly revived trend of barrel aging cocktails. They use a classic Manhattan recipe combining two parts rye, one part sweet vermouth and two dashes bitters. They then barrel age it for 90 days helping to integrate the ingredients and giving it a great texture. Only got one case of this so get it while you can.


Thursday, August 25, 2011

Buffalo Trace Single Oak Project!

Hey all,

Got a pretty epic release in the shop today, Buffalo Trace's Single Oak Project. The concept behind the Single Oak Project is as extravagant as they come. It's Buffalo Trace's attempt at figuring out once and for all what conditions and variations result in the best bourbon. Their essentially trying to figure out how to make the perfect bourbon by adjusting all the possible variables. The project started almost ten years ago when Buffalo Trace hand selected 96 individual American oak trees. The trees were selected for their varying pore sizes: fine, average and course. The trees were then cut into two sections, a top and bottom section, and a barrel was made from each, resulting in 192 barrels. The barrels were then allowed to air dry or cure as it's called, some for 6 months and others for 12 months. The barrels were then filled with two different recipe bourbons, one with rye as the small grain and one with wheat. They even varied the barrel entry proofs, filling some with 105 proof bourbon and others with 125 proof bourbon. The final variation in the experiment was the use of both cement and wooden floor warehouses during the aging.

It's a pretty inspiring project that allows us the consumers to get on their website and vote for our favorite barrels.  You can do that here:

You want these!


Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Old Potrero now in stock!

Hey guys,

So just got a few bottles of Old Potrero Straight Rye and 18th Century. Because of a distribution change these have become even harder to get. It sounds like the production will increase with the spirits division taking over the old wine facility across the street from Anchor Brewery, however it probably won't increase the supply of these whiskies for 2 or 3 years. We will continue to fight for every bottle we can, in the hopes that one day we can have it on the shelves more regularly. Cheers!


New Scotches: Ardbeg Alligator and Oban 18 Year!

Hey all,

Got some super limited Scotches in over the weekend and I dare say they may not last long. First off we got a tiny amount of the Ardbeg Alligator, a release that's not due to hit shelves till late Sept. This was a special Committee Reserve bottling that we were fortunate enough to get our hands on. Also got a small amount of the Oban 18 year single malt that has been very elusive and hard to come by for the better part of the last few years. You don't wanna miss out on theses!


August Bourbon Club ready for pick up!

Hey all,

It's my favorite time of the month once again, Bourbon Club! This month I'm featuring Jefferson's Reserve bourbon which I'm told is usually blended in tiny 8-12 barrel lots. I have a fun interview in the tasting notes with the Founder and President, Trey Zoeller, who gave me some great insider details and information. If your not a member yet, feel free to come by the shop and sign up any time. Cheers!


Jefferson's 10 Year 100% Rye Hits Shelves!

Hey all,

Rye whiskey drinkers can rejoice! Jefferson's 10 year rye has just hit the market and let me tell you it is laying waste to the competition. I had a chance to catch up with Trey Zoeller, the president and founder of Jefferson's, and he was quite excited that they were able to offer an older rye at such a reasonable price. They are sourcing it from Canada, making it likely a whiskey that was destined for blending. They used all new charred oak barrels which is why they are able to call it a straight rye whiskey. Here's my tasting notes from this month's bourbon club:

Jefferson's 10 Year Rye
-8-12 barrels blended together
-Mashbill: 100% Rye
-Alcohol: 47% (94 Proof)
Tasting Notes: Pours a nice golden honey color. The nose just absolutely leaps out at you with aromas of perfume, cumin, rye, curry and mangos. Very delicate on the palate with a subtle creaminess. Flavors of vanilla, armagnac, honey suckle, pepper, coriander, cloves and some interesting floral undertones. Over all a very vibrant rye that has a depth and balance few can match.

Come and get it!


Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Special Visit: Drew Kulsveen From Kentucky Bourbon Distillers!

Hey all,

So its been a pretty exciting day for us here at the shop. The man behind several of my personal favorite bourbon brands stopped by to pay us a visit, Mr. Drew Kulsveen of Kentucky Bourbon Distillers. Drew was nice enough recently to allow us to buy our own barrel of Willett Family Estate Bottled bourbon, their extremely limited barrel strength unfiltered line. Everything they bottle seems to turn to gold, brands like Michter's, Jefferson's, Noah's Mill, Rowan's Creek and Black Maple Hill, to name a few. Drew tells me they are able to maintain such high standards through ultra careful barrel selection and longer aging. He also shared with me conformation that the distillery renovation has been completed and that they will begin producing bourbon again on site for the first time in almost 30 years. Drew continues a family tradition of involvement in the bourbon industry that goes back several generation. His fresh and innovative ideas carry a resolve to create the absolute best bourbon possible. I can't tell you how much people like him mean to the bourbon industry, as well as whiskey geeks like you and me. We at the shop salute you good sir, keep up all the great work!


New Arrivals: Healthy Spirits Exclusive Willett Family Estate Barrel!

Hey all,

In case you haven't already heard, we are the proud owners of an exclusive Willett Family Estate bottling. So happy that the guys at Kentucky Bourbon Distillers were nice enough to spare a barrel for us, they literally only release a few each year. The bourbon we hand selected was aged 7 years and 2 months, and was bottled unfiltered and at barrel strength 64.8% (129.6 proof). This bourbon is straight up mind blowing. I can't think of anything else I've tried that's as dynamic and flavorful. The barrel produced 168 bottles, so this definitely won't last forever. You want this!


Wednesday, June 22, 2011

New Arrival: Glenmorangie Rare 18 Year Single Malt!

Hey all,

Happy to say we were able to snag a case of this limited 18 year single malt from Glenmorangie, which has been unavailable for some time. It comes in this sweet display box packed with info about the distillery and the individual vintage of 18 year scotch. Glen Mo has quickly become one of my favorite non-Islay scotch whiskies and this is definitely one of their best offerings. You want this!


Friday, June 17, 2011

Father's Day Two Day Sale!

Hey all,

Join us for some fun Father's Day Specials Friday and Saturday only! We made some sweet "Make Your Own Manhattan Kits" and are offering discounts on some great Single Malt Scotches, Ryes and Bourbons! Stop by and pick up a gift for Dad before it's to late. Cheers!


Thursday, June 16, 2011

June Bourbon Club ready for pick up!

Hey all,

June Bourbon Club has been charged and is ready for pick up. This month I am featuring Baker's from Jim Beam's Small Batch Collection. Don't let the largest global bourbon distiller's name fool you, this is some seriously good sauce. Made in tiny batches, this was Master Distiller Booker Noe's attempt at super premium bourbon. Quite a success in my mind. Enjoy!


Thursday, June 9, 2011

New Arrival: St. George Single Malt Whiskey Lot 10!

Hey all,

Happy to announce the arrival of another locally made whiskey, St. George Single Malt. This is no new kid on the block, St. George has been making and refining their single malt for the better part of 15 years. I'll let the distiller regale you:

"We've been making single malt for 15 years now—well before the dawn of the modern American craft whiskey movement. It is with great pride that we can offer you Lot 10, our tenth bottling: distilled, aged, blended, and bottled by us here in California out of love for what a handcrafted whiskey can be.
Making whiskey is what drew distiller Lance Winters to distillation in the first place. Before starting at St. George, Lance had spent five years working as a brewer. When he realized that making beer was halfway to making whiskey, he turned in his brewer's card and dedicated himself to the art and craft of distillation.

Now that we're on our tenth bottling of St. George Single Malt Whiskey, Lance's dream of making an elegant and expressive American whiskey has more than been realized. We start with two-row barley, then roast some and smoke the rest to bring out the character of the grain: various roast levels elicit rich aromas of hazelnut and cocoa, while smoking over beech and alder adds bass notes and complexity. You might think that intense roasting and smoking would give you a knockout firewater of a whiskey, but we distill and barrel age in a variety of cooperage types with the goal of making an ethereal single malt that's gentle and inviting.

Each bottling is a little different since we're able to draw from older barrels with every new batch we put out, but the goal is blend for "positive inconsistency"—increasing expressiveness and flavor with every lot we release. Our current bottling, Lot 10, was released in April 2011. To achieve just the right flavors and aromas, we ventured deep into the far corners of our whiskey library. Drawing from 18 different barrels (comprised of used bourbon casks, French oak, port barrels, and sherry barrels) allowed us to get the taste profile we were after, with notes of dusty cocoa, cola, honey, roasted nuts, and stone fruit." (

Anybody thirsty yet? Believe me you want this!


Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Pappy Van Winkle now in stock! Please read carefully

Hey all,

Got a tiny allocation of the Van Winkle 12 year and Pappy Van Winkle 15 year Family Reserve bourbons. These are going to sell out instantly, so unfortunately they will be limited to one bottle per customer. Bourbon Club members may call in to reserve a bottle, everyone else it's first come first serve. Bottles will be behind the counter so please ask. Good luck!


Thursday, April 28, 2011

Caol Ila 12 year and Caol Ila Distiller's Edition now in stock!

Hey all,

I know all you single malt fans can't get enough from that beautiful island on the south west coast of Scotland we call Islay. Like Lagavulin, Caol Ila is peated to 35 parts per million. For comparison sake more heavily peated scotches such as Ardbeg and Laphroaig are peated to 55 and 43 parts per million respectively. While I don't want to take anything away from their more fiercely peated brethren, Caol Ila is more about balance. With an amazing contrast between flavors of stoney minerals, smoke, peat, fresh cut pine, sea air and a beautiful malt sweetness, this is surely one not to be missed! Oh and Caol Ila Distiller's Edition just won a double gold and the title of best single malt scotch at the 2011 San Francisco World Spirit Competition. So there's that........

-Caol Ila 12 Year Single Malt (43% ABV)
-Caol Ila Distiller's Edition Single Malt-Moscatel Cask Finished (43% ABV)

Thirsty yet?


Saturday, April 23, 2011

Templeton Rye hits shelves!

Rye drinkers can rejoice!

This tiny production rye whiskey which was introduced last year and was only available in bars, has been re-allocated to a select few retail shops. Guess who made the cut. Templeton rye utilizes a prohibition era recipe and is bottled in Templeton, Iowa. It came to fame in the 1920's when a certain bootlegger, Al Capone, decided it was his favorite whiskey. This is definitely one of the more elegant ryes on the market, truly exceptional straight or perfect as a base for cocktails.

You want this!


Friday, April 22, 2011

New Arrivals: E. H. Taylor Old Sour Mash Bourbon, Buffalo Trace Experimental and Angels Envy Port Finished

Hey all,

Big big releases today! All highly anticipated with extremely limited quantities. First off we have the E. H. Taylor Old Sour Mash bourbon. E. H. Taylor is widely considered a founding  father of the modern bourbon industry, being regarded as such due to accomplishment like: patenting his own sour mash technique, financing, overseeing and modernizing numerous distilleries of the time, introducing equipment and methods to achieve new levels of quality, all while also being the owner and operator of what is now known as the Buffalo Trace Distillery. As a special tribute to his legacy, Buffalo Trace has recreated a sour mash technique which would have been used during his tenure. The first of possibly several releases that takes the namesake of a true bourbon aristocrat.

-E. H. Taylor Old Sour Mash (Limited quantities)

We also received a small allotment of the long awaited Buffalo Trace Experimental Collection. This years releases are categorized as being rediscovered, meaning they were inventory the distillery had lost track of several years ago. The still proof and barrel entry proof are unknown. What is known is that these killer bourbons set the bar pretty high!

-Buffalo Trace Experimental 21 year
-Buffalo Trace Experimental 19 year
-Buffalo Trace Experimental 17 year

If you look closely in the back ground you might recognize a familiar face, apparently angels aren't the only ones who envy this bourbon. Created by Lincoln Henderson, the man behind Woodford Reserve and most of the other Brown-Forman whiskeys over the last 30 years, comes Angels Envy. A premium bourbon in the 5-6 year range finished in port barrels. This will be there base brand, and what an awesome one at that, with more limited releases to come.

Bam! Time to do some drinking...........


Sunday, April 17, 2011

Willett Family Estate lands in San Francisco

Hey Bourbon Brethren,

I know I know, you've had many sleepless nights waiting for the Willett Family Estate line to be released, believe me I have to. But the day has finally arrived and we got another couple gems to boot. So come on in and get your bourbon fix. Also I should have a couple more Willett releases over the next few weeks. New in:

-Willett Family Estate 6 year Barrel strength single barrel
-Willett Family Estate 19 year Barrel strength single barrel
-Healthy Spirits Exclusive Evan Williams single barrel
-Parker's Heritage 10 year wheated barrel strength



Friday, April 15, 2011

April Bourbon Club ready for pick up!

Hey all,

Bourbon Club is ready for pick up. This month we are featuring our Healthy Spirits barrel of Elijah Craig 18 year. All of us at the shop got to try it during the selection process and can attest to its awesomeness. Cheers!


Thursday, April 7, 2011

Scotch, Scotch, Scotch!!!!!

Hey all,

Our shelves are currently over flowing with amazing Scotch. We just scooped up the last 4 bottles of Peat Monster Reserve Edition 1.75 Liter available in the Bay Area. And if that wasn't enough we got a small allotment of Talisker 18 year, a Scotch that has been unavaible for about a year. It apparently sold out through our distributor in one day, and now we're being told won't be available again till next year, so enjoy it while you can! Here's the new arrivals:

-Compass Box The Peat Monster Reserve Edition 1.75 Liter
-Glenmorangie Finealta Private Edition Single Malt (re-created recipe from 1903)
-Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban 12 Year Port Cask Finished Single Malt
-Glenmorangie The Original 10 Year Single Malt
-Macallan 18 Year Single Malt
-Macallan 15 Year Fine Oak Single Malt
-Talisker 18 Year Single Malt (Extremely Limited)
-Laphroaig Quarter Cask Double Matured Single Malt
-Glenfiddich 18 Year Single Malt



Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Healthy Spirits Exclusive Elijah Craig 18 Year Bourbon has landed!

Hey all,

What a beautiful day to drink some bourbon right? I am ridiculously excited to announce the arrival of our Healthy Spirits exclusive Elijah Craig 18 year barrel. Doesn't it look pretty damn sexy? And there's just something about 18 year olds........



Thursday, March 24, 2011

New in: Compass Box Sampler Set!

Hey all,

Happy to announce we are one of the privileged shops in San Francisco to get the first release of the Compass Box sampler sets. These are some of my favorite Scotch Whiskys currently and this is a fun way to familiarize yourself with a brand that everyone is talking about. The set includes:

-Oak Cross
-Spice Tree
-The Peat Monster

Check these out!


Wednesday, March 23, 2011

New Arrivals: Big Bottom Whiskeys

Hey all,

Got some new, highly anticipated bourbons from an Oregon based whiskey bottler in today. I'll let the company regale you with the details:

3 Year Old American Straight Bourbon Whiskey
Aged in new white oaks casks, our American straight bourbon consists of 36% rye. The complexity of the whiskey contains spicy undertones of cloves with a twist of honeysuckles. The pleasing balances of the spice create a long, smooth finish.

2 Year Old Straight Bourbon Whiskey, Port Cask Finish
Our 2 year old straight bourbon has been aged in new white oaks casks and consists of 36% rye. It is finished in 10 year old Tawny Port Barrels. The youthfulness of the bourbon with the age of the tawny port barrels make a perfect match on the palate, creating a longer finish.

You want these!

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

March Bourbon Club ready for pick up!

Hey all,

It's what we've all been waiting for, Parker's Heritage / Blanton's. Cards have been charged and the bottles are awaiting you at the shop. These bourbons are epic. Cheers!


Friday, March 4, 2011

New Arrivals: Bulleit Rye, Knob Creek Single Barrel and Old Potrero Hotaling's

Hey all,

Got some awesome new releases in the shop. The folks at Jim Beam decided to release a special single barrel version of their acclaimed Knob Creek bourbon. Also finally got the long awaited Bulleit Rye, which struck me as remarkably smooth and floral when I tried it, a slight contrast from their more robust release of Bulleit Bourbon. New in:

-Knob Creek Single Barrel 60%(120 proof)
-Bulleit Rye 45%(90 proof)
-Old Potrero Hotaling's 15 year single malt 50%(100 proof)

Thursday, January 27, 2011

Master Distiller from Four Roses visits Healthy Spirits!

Had a very special guest visit the shop today, Master Distiller Jim Rutledge of Four Roses. He was definitely a class act all the way, and had such an eager willingness to teach us about his craft, a remarkable historian for the bourbon industry. I'm already a die hard fan of Four Roses bourbon, now I can happily say I'm a believer in the man behind the brand. As an added bonus Jim was kind enough to sign every bottle of Four Roses we have in the store, so for a limited time come and get a bottle signed by the Distiller himself at no extra charge. Your welcome, Cheers!

Grand Pappy

Monday, January 17, 2011

January Bourbon Club Ready For Pick Up

Hey all,

Guess what? I bet you didn't even remember, but it's your birthday! I'm totally not joking at all, so here's your birthday bourbon. Bourbon Club is ready for pick up, featuring Malt Advocates 2007 Best American Whiskey, Old Forester Birthday Reserve 12 year bourbon. Oh man this is good stuff, enjoy.