Aged for 10 years (duh!) in Bulleit’s charred American white oak barrels, Bulleit 10 Year Bourbon is said to have a smooth and creamy flavor, along with slight overtones of fruit.
At $45, those extra few years of aging are reflected in an increase in price compared to a bottle of Bulleit’s standard bourbon. But for some, the difference might be more than worth it. Try some for yourself by heading to a select retailer near you. You can also check out Bulleit’s website here.