Back in Stock at Lukas Liquor Superstore
Barterhouse 20 Year-Old Kentucky Bourbon
Whiskey Needs A Loving Home
“At Orphan Barrel Whiskey Distilling Co., we pride ourselves in rescuing lost barrels of rare and delicious whiskey, hidden away and long forgotten in the back of rickhouses.
While we take craft and quality seriously, we had a little fun bringing these extraordinary whiskeys to life with each of our marques. Every Orphan Barrel Bourbon Whiskey is hand bottled in Tullahoma, TN, to ensure that these rare whiskeys are treated with the care they deserve, because once they are gone, they are gone forever.” – per the Orphan Barrel Whiskey Distilling Co
“This sly whiskey was discovered in the dark shadows of a rickhouse after spending 20 years in charred American white oak barrels.
A soft and elegant nose, reminiscent of warm spice, biscuit and buttercream is cunningly paid off with the mellow taste or roasted grains and charred oak –finishing with pleasing hints of spice and brown sugar.” – per the bottle
Aged 20 Years
45.1% ABV (90.2 Proof)
Discovered in the old and closed Stitzel-Weller Distillery’s warehouse’s in Louisville, Kentucky
Extremely rare and one-time only release
For you whiskey aficionados, collectors and connoisseurs, we all know what use to be made at the old Stitzel-Weller Distillery back in the early 1990′s and this is on par to rank up there with those legendary whiskeys. It is extremely hard pressed to find any American Bourbon’s older than say 10 to 15 years these days, let alone a 20 year-old Bourbon. Release’s like these are the sort of thing that have bourbon enthusiasts salivating at the chance to grab a bottle that compliments their collection.
Lukas Liquor Superstore has just received another a generous allocation of the rare Barterhouse 20 Year-Old Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey currently in stock. There is enough to go around right now but it will not last long.
This is a first come, first serve, in store only release with no bottle purchase limit.
No Phone, fax or email reservations will be accepted.
-Adam M England
Lukas Spirits Manager
Lukas Liquor Superstore, St. Louis’ first REAL liquor store.