The Best Bargain Liquors

The Kitchen website has a good article on the best bargain liquors.

Their bourbon recommendation:

image7. W.L. Weller 12-Year-Old Bourbon ($25-30/750 ml)
Recommended by: Liza Weisstuch, spirits writer
Why: “Distilled at the much celebrated Buffalo Trace distillery in Frankfort, Kentucky, this wheated bourbon is named for the distiller who, as legend has it, inspired Bill Samuels, founder of Maker’s Mark, to create his iconic brand. The sweetness here is discernible, but this is no flaccid, smooth whiskey. You get that no-nonsense, fiery yet clean finish that evokes older bourbon.”
Ways to Enjoy: “It’s best appreciated over ice, but use it to mix a bourbon smash and you’ll get a drink that’s got a bit more backbone than if you used a lesser bourbon.”

I’m a fan of Maker’s Mark, so I’m going to try this one. There’s also a recommendation for a good rum and vodka.

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