1792 Small Batch Bourbon is distilled at the the Barton 1792 Distillery in Bardstown, KY. It is the flagship bourbon of the 1792 line and is made from a high rye recipe. The Barton 1792 Distillery also just happens to be the oldest operating distillery in Bardstown. Read our 1792 Small Batch Bourbon review to learn more!
Tom Moore Bottled In Bond Bourbon is distilled at the Barton Distilling Company. Therefore, I would expect that even though it comes in a plastic 1.75 liter jug for 21.99, that it would still be a decent bourbon. It's Bottled In Bond, and therefore it's at least a 4 year old bourbon. In addition, Thomas Moore was essentially the founder of what is now the Barton 1792 Distillery, so how could it not be a great value bourbon?
I think what is most interesting about Very Old Barton Bourbon is that it is nowhere to be found on the Barton 1792 website. So maybe it's listed on the Sazarac (it's parent company) "Our Brands" website. Nope. That's OK, I'll just check the bottle label for a story. Wait a minute - there is no back label. Strange. It's not that Sazerac is hiding this bourbon; they give a sample of it during their tastings at the Barton 1792 Distillery. But why is there absolutely no information available about it?
Please enjoy my Kirkland Bottled in Bond Bourbon Review! There are a lot of store brand whiskeys out there. But what's interesting about this Kirkland Bottled in Bond Bourbon from Costco is that it says the name of the distillery where it was made, Barton 1792 Distillery, right on the label.
We recently visited the Barton 1792 Distillery. Like Buffalo Trace, this Sazarac owned distillery also does not charge for their tours, which is very cool. It's a great place to visit, and although they, like the Buffalo Trace Distillery, are not technically on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, the Barton 1792 Distillery Tour should definitely be included in everyone's itinerary.
The 1792 225th Anniversary Bourbon was a limited release from Barton 1792 in 2017 to commemorate the 225th anniversary of Kentucky becoming a state. According to the label "a distinct group of barrels have been carefully selected and married together" to make this bourbon. No age statement is given, but the label states "after aging nearly a decade", so this bourbon is in the neighborhood of 10 years old. It's bottled at 92.15 proof. 92 for the year 1792, and 15 for Kentucky being the 15th state to join the union. This bourbon was only sold in Kentucky.