Some of the most sought-after bourbons in the world, 2014 Pappy Van Winkle 23-year, 20-year, 15-year and 10-year, are now available at Gamlin Whiskey House. Each variety is available in a 1.5 oz., or 2.5 oz. pour. Based on previous releases, these will likely sell out within days of the Oct. 22 public release.
The collection, one of each bottle, was released from the Gamlin Whiskey Vault as a surprise at the October meeting of the Missouri Whiskey Society, where members had a chance to try the whiskeys before they were available to the general public.
“It is always exciting to provide bourbons like this to our guests. For many of them it may be their only chance to try some of these rare finds, which is why they often sell out very quickly,” says Gamlin Restaurant Group Proprietor Derek Gamlin.
Established in 2014 at Gamlin Whiskey House, the Missouri Whiskey Society is an illustrious group of more than 200 people who are passionate about the world of whiskey. Their mission is to have fun while learning more about every aspect of our favorite spirit. Master members include master distillers Fred Noe from Jim Beam, Laphroaig’s John Campbell, Jimmy Russell from Wild Turkey and Dark Horse’s Patrick Garcia. The group meets monthly, and membership is open to the public for $30.
Pappy Van Winkle is a rare, limited edition bourbon that is produced at Kentucky’s Buffalo Trace Distillery, in collaboration with Van Winkle family. It is estimated that less than 10,000 barrels are released each year.