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We have been fortunate enough to get our hands of some of the most sought after whiskey brands around. What we have would have a combined after market selling price of around $3500, but we are making these very rare whiskies available to to everyone who is willing and able.

In the spirit of the way that we got our hands on these whiskies (via the PA state lottery) we will be having our own lottery version to give everyone a chance to get their hands on some great liquid.

Here are the rules.

Buy any drink between up until 7pm and you will receive one (Only one ticket per person) ticket to be in the lottery. Starting at 7pm, we will start drawing out the winners until all 4 bottles have been sold. Those that do not have their tickets in the lottery by the start of the first drawing will have missed out.

The winners will be the only people to have the option to buy the whiskey as the listed price. We do not believe in gouging prices based on the rarity of the items, so we have come up with fair prices based on on what we paid for the bottles, not what we could sell them for.

The Pappy Van Winkle 15 year will be the last bottle drawn out. Those drawn for the last pour from each bottle (Will be a short pour) will get to keep the bottle For those that miss out, we have over 120 other whiskies from around the world for you to try.

Here is the line up!

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Pappy van Winkle's family reserve 15yr 107 proof

Aftermarket value of around $1300

Winners have the option to buy a 2oz pour for $40

This bourbon was crafted according to the exclusive family wheated recipe. The smooth, oak flavor blends well with the barrel proof. Selected from barrels in the heart of their Kentucky warehouse, this bourbon has remained untouched for 15 years and unhurried by time. 

Tasting notes

See a hazy, copper color. Taste a rich, supple entry, leading to a decadent, huge, full-bodied palate with intense caramel, toffee and peppery brown spice flavors. Then, enjoy a finish with an extreme, long, complex, evolving fade of spice and wood notes. Experts deem it a seductive, exotic and virtually flawless bourbon.

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Sazerac Rye 18 Year-Old

Aftermarket value of around $900

Winners have the option to buy a 2oz pour for $30

The famed Sazerac Coffee House was founded in 1850 on Exchange Alley in New Orleans, Louisiana and soon gained fame as the home of “America’s First Cocktail” known as the Sazerac. Using rye whiskey in place of the French brandy, a dash of Peychaud Bitters, and Herbsaint, what eventually became the official cocktail of New Orleans was created.  This straight rye has a mellow spice and dry sweetness that dances on the tongue, giving pure delight that is worthy of the Sazerac name.

Tasting notes

Very mature, with notes of oak, leather molasses and all-spice. The long, warm finish is preceded by notes of mint, eucalyptus, cinnamon, vanilla, and lingering pepper.

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Old Rip van Winkle 10yr 107 proof

Aftermarket value of around $600

Winners have the option to buy a 2oz pour for $25

This wonderful bourbon is bottled as close to barrel proof as possible. We add just a splash of our Kentucky limestone well-water when we empty the barrels for bottling. Thus, this whiskey is as smooth as any you will find.

Tasting notes

See a rich, copper color. Smell enticingly sweet, spicy, caramel-nut-fudge aromas. Enjoy a fruity, medium-to full-bodied palate with intense dried fruit and toasted nuts notes. Each sip finishes with a very long, bold wave of peppery brown spices, floral honey and charred barrel flavors that balance the weight of the alcohol. It’s a big, bold, aged bourbon that has great balance for its high proof and flavor.

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George T. Stagg

Aftermarket value of around $500

Winners have the option to buy a 2oz pour for $20

This extremely hearty whiskey ages in new charred oak barrels for no less than 15 years.  Straight out of the barrel, uncut and unfiltered, the taste is powerful, flavorful and intense. Open it up with a few drops of water, sit back and ponder the wonders of the universe.

Tasting notes

Lush toffee sweetness and dark chocolate with hints of vanilla, fudge, nougat and molasses. Underlying notes of dates, tobacco, dark berries, spearmint and a hint of coffee round out the palate.

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