Michter’s Announces $5,000 Whiskey

Michter’s announced its Celebration Sour Mash today. The price tag is around $5,000, according to a press release.

Only 258 bottles available, it’s the first Celebration release in three years and hits stores in December.

Blended by Willie Pratt before his retirement as Michter’s Master Distiller and his transition to Michter’s Master Distiller Emeritus, Celebration includes Pratt’s favorite stocks of Kentucky Straight Bourbon and Kentucky Straight Rye. The six barrels chosen ranged from over a decade to nearly 33 years old, the company said.

The 2016 release is 116.8 proof (58.4% alcohol by volume) and will be available in the U.S. and select export markets, Michter’s said.

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2 Replies to “Michter’s Announces $5,000 Whiskey”

    1. I’ve not tasted this, so I cannot comment on the value of the Blade and Bow 24. However, it’s rare for American whiskey to not taste over naked when it’s north of 20 years old.

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