Since we’re just a mere two weeks out from Bourbon Heritage Month I thought it would be a nice change of pace to do a video review of two of the most recent brand releases – the 2022 Yellowstone Limited Edition and the 2022 King of Kentucky 15-Year. Finding these limited releases isn’t easy or cheap so take a few minutes and find out whether either is worth the effort this year. Or if you’re short on time you can scrub through the video to find my Bottle, Bar or Bust rating information.
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Virginia Gentleman Bourbon has been produced by the A. Smith Bowman Distillery since 1934 when the distillery opened on the Bowman farm. That farm is now the town of Reston, Virginia and the distillery is currently located in Fredericksburg, VA. Virginia Gentleman first came on the market in 1938 and is still available, mostly in the Virginia, Maryland, Washington, DC area but I have found it on web sites elsewhere in the US.