10 Best Bourbons of the 21st Century (So Far)


There’s a lot to adore about the world’s extraordinary Japanese, Scotch, and Irish bourbon.

Be that as it may, with regards to advancement, the wily whiskey makers in the United States have been driving the path for a considerable length of time. In Kentucky and past, purveyors of America’s local soul have wouldn’t let the greatness of their current items disrupt the general flow of thinking of new ones. Furthermore, in the course of the most recent decade and an a large portion of, an abundance of staggering new bourbon with a pound bill of in any event 51 percent corn and matured in scorched new oak barrels—the house rules for a bourbon to be known as a whiskey—has come to advertise, some from fresh out of the box new makers, others new articulations from revered houses. Here are 20 of the best whiskey arrivals of the most recent 20 years.

Al Young 50th Anniversary Small Batch Bourbon from Four Roses


Barrell Bourbon Batch 009


Angel’s Envy Cask Strength Bourbon Finished in Port Barrels


Russell’s Reserve 1998



High Wire New Southern Revival Straight Bourbon made with Jimmy Red Corn


High West American Prairie Bourbon



Knob Creek Limited Edition 2001



Mic.Drop. Bourbon 



John E. Fitzgerald Very Special Reserve 20 Year Old


Woodford Reserve Master’s Collection 2009 Seasoned Oak Finish