Ask any bourbon distiller what the best way to taste or sip bourbon is, and you’ll probably get quite the blend of answers. However, we can all agree that no matter how you drink it–sipped, shot, on the rocks, neat, etc.–all that matters is that you enjoy it.
If you know bourbon, then you know about proof. It’s the handy numerical code that tells you how strong the spirit is, printed on the label of every bottle of liquor.
Featuring a unique blend of ryed and wheated mashbills, Daviess County bourbon makes for a wholly satisfying sipper on its own, whether served neat or on the rocks. But it’s also a dynamite force in cocktails.