Tuesday Limited Bourbon and Rye Release **SOLD OUT**

Today we will release a handful of different limited whiskeys. These are available for online purchase only, to be picked up at the store at your convenience. Keep an eye out in the future for special releases like this.

All orders will be available for pick-up after 5 PM today (8/22/17)

Elmer T. Lee Single Barrel KSBW
Limit ONE per customer

Named after Master Distiller Emeritus Elmer T. Lee, this whiskey is hand selected and bottled to the taste and standards of Elmer T. Lee himself.  Perfectly balanced and rich, as declared by the man who knows how great bourbon should taste.


W.L. Weller 12 Year KSBW
Limit ONE per customer

As part of the wheated bourbon family, this twelve year old W.L. Weller is aged far longer than most wheated bourbons. This offering is a smooth, easy-going and balanced offering with a beautiful deep bronze color.


Sazerac Straight Rye Whiskey
Limit ONE per customer

The One and Only New Orleans Original. Sazerac Rye Whiskey symbolizes the tradition and history of New Orleans. Rye Whiskey that dates back to the 1800’s, around the time when saloons, veiled as Coffee Houses, began lining the streets of New Orleans. It was at the Sazerac Coffee House on Royal Street where local patrons were served toddies made with Rye Whiskey and Peychaud’s Bitters. The libation became known as the “Sazerac” and America’s first branded cocktail was born. This is the whiskey that started it all.

Rock Hill Farms Single Barrel KSBW
Limit ONE per customer

Seductive aromatic notes of toasted walnut, dried red fruits, spice, cocoa and marshmallow. Flavors of dark chocolate, chocolate covered almond, coffee, tobacco and dark caramel. The finish is smooth, silky, toffee sweet and honeyed.

Blanton’s Single Barrel KSBW
Limit ONE per customer

In the winter of 1881, Albert Bacon Blanton was born into one of the first families of bourbon history. At the age of sixteen, he started work in the Distillery as an office boy and fast became a leading pioneer in the development of bourbon. From the time he was made company president in 1921 until his retirement in 1952, his Distillery expanded from 44 to 144 buildings to become the largest Distillery of its day. During that period Colonel Blanton created his very special and limited supply of bourbon – his private reserve – handpicked and stored in what now is known as the famous Warehouse H. Although Colonel Blanton died in the spring of 1959, his legacy lives. The Single Barrel Bourbon is the first of its kind.


Willett Pot Still KSBW
Limit ONE per customer


Cheers ! 

Shelby Durham
Lukas Spirits Manager


6 thoughts on “Tuesday Limited Bourbon and Rye Release **SOLD OUT**

  1. James says:

    That is actually normal behavior for many on-line cart systems. Image the alternative – a group of people could “reserve” bottles for themselves/friends just by opening multiple sessions and adding the bottle to the cart. Likewise, a browser / computer crash could also result in “phantom holds”. Even if you put in a time-limit, you can still cause problems.

    There is no perfect option on this. A lot of ticket sites do use a “put in cart to hold” system, but that’s a slightly different process than many shopping sites.

  2. Shane says:

    There were 7 Weller 12s left when I logged in. Put one bottle in my cart, then when I put my payment information in (one minute tops), it had sold out. If it’s in my cart, then someone else shouldn’t be able to buy it out from under me.

    • Shane,

      Thank you for bringing this to our attention. According to our online store manager, our site currently does not have a “queue” feature that allows for hold on an item even when it’s in your cart. Currently, our site will only secure an item for you once payment has been submitted and captured. In this case, it sounds like several other customers were able to check out faster and thus were able to secure their bottle of Weller 12yr.
      I apologize for this inconvenience. This is something that we will see if it’s possible to change for future releases so that this does not happen again. If you have any other questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me.
      -Jonathan Lane, General Manager

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