There are two distinct sides: The reasonably priced, easy-to-find bottle and the extremely expensive ones that bourbon aficionados will consider selling their kidneys at least to add to their collection.
Today we will talk about the hard-to-find bourbons that be respected, underrated and totally undervalued, most - in that case, not a fair deal for supper.
To find them, we asked our favorite bartenders for his picks to tell us the most undervalued bourbons on the market. They're definitely a must-have. Then make sure you check out the picks before going to the nearest store or online store to get them to know the most recent one.
John Dal Canton, executive director at La Stella Cucina Verace, Dallas, and assistant general manager and beverage director at La Stella Cucina Verace, John Dal Canton, in assistant general manager and restaurant GM.
BV: 50% %
Average Price: $60 / Average Price: $60 / Average Price: $60.
Why this red wine?
Often, this bourbon is very expensive, yet it's good for price - and as a result, with excellent wines, a flavor of roasted apple, candied cherry and a hint of vanilla - that soothes even the most famous bourbon lovers.