Originally created by James Ripy in 1868 and passed down through three generations of the family, Old Ripy bourbon helped put Anderson County in Kentucky on the map. That is, until production ended in 1950. But now the lost liquid is back, with every bit of its Pre-Prohibition, straight-from-the-barrel flavor.
It’s this inspiration that gives it a distinct style that stands apart from most modern whiskeys. Non-chill filtering allows the bourbon to retain a fuller body and preserve all complex flavors. The era-accurate methods of production give the liquid an intense flavor profile, with rich notes of oak, toffee, and spice. And every bottle is definitely a conversation piece. But it won’t be around long. Only 1,500 cases exist, and when they're gone, they’re gone forever.