1792 Bourbon

1792 Bourbon is a complex and well-balanced Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey. It has also been known as Ridgewood Reserve 1792 and 1792 Ridgemont Reserve. The bourbon is produced by Barton 1792 Distillery in Bardstown, Kentucky, a city well-known for its bourbon distilleries. The company takes its name from the year that Kentucky became a state.

This bourbon is made in small batches and is an excellent bourbon whether you want to sip it, drink it on the rocks, or use it as the base for a mixed drink. With its unique flavor and smooth finish, it is an excellent bourbon for those who are well-versed in bourbon and those who are trying it for the first time.

1792 Bourbon is an award-winning brand that offers a range of different types of bourbon whiskey, aged for different periods of time and featuring different blends.

This is a limited edition blend of bourbon whiskey, and to date, there have been seven different limited blends. The bourbon features a high rye content, which gives it a bold, spicy, rich, and highly unique flavor. Each iteration of 1792 is unique and once the batch is gone, it is gone.

The distilleries Master Distiller chooses the blend of different barrels of bourbon whiskey to create a one-of-a-kind flavor experience that is smooth and well-balanced, but unlike any other bourbon, you might taste. This small-batch, limited bourbon is coveted by bourbon lovers worldwide and has won many well-deserved awards for its unique blend of sophisticated flavors.

Some blends of 1792 are created for a sweet finish, others for a stronger bourbon, others for those who prefer wheated bourbon, and so on. Each bottle has its own unique taste and is one-of-a-kind. Each blend is carefully prepared with quality as the factor of the highest importance. Each bottle contains perfectly aged, well-blended bourbon that will please even the most discerning in the crowd.

Bottles from 1792 Bourbon

1792 Bourbon Full Proof Bottle

1792 Bourbon Full Proof

1792 Bourbon Review Originally known as Ridgewood Reserve 1792 and later, 1792 Ridgemont Reserve, today’s iteration of the brand is known simply as “1792 Bourbon”.