James Thompson & Brother Final Reserve 45 Year Old Bourbon
Bottle 160 of 250.
What’s being called the oldest Bourbon ever bottled at 45 years in a barrel, the Final Reserve James Thompson & Brother Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey is not only going to pack a punch of flavor due to its extended stay in those oak casks according to its owner, but is a Bourbon steeped in history as well. The Final Reserve James Thompson and Brother Bourbon will be offered in three different vintages. The first offering is the 45-Year-Old Bourbon which will be launched March 1st and available to purchase at the Frazier History Museum in Louisville, which is during the week of the Bourbon Classic event. 250 commemorative boxes will be filled with a 750ml bottle of the 45-Year-Old Bourbon along with a 100ml bottle so folks can taste it right away if they feel they do not want to open the larger bottle at first. A small piece of one of the barrels will also accompany the package.