25 Bourbon Brands Ranked Worst to Best

When it comes to bourbon brands, there's a pretty impressive range from the incredible to the truly terrible. From Pappy Van Winkle to Maker's Mark to Angel's Envy, a whole host of popular and small batch bourbons made the list. But, we weren't able to include every amazing bourbon out there on this list, so let us know if we missed your favorite by sending us a bottle.

We’re not really sure what to think about this one. We love Tabasco sauce as much as the next person, but…in bourbon?

Several Drizly reviewers rated this as the best bourbon for the price, and at $19.99, it’s certainly affordable. This 100 proof whiskey fits the Bottled-in-Bond requirements.

Made in New York, this whiskey is aged 10 years and is said to have deep cherry notes and a light tannic finish. Apparently, “it takes sweet water from tough rock to make great whiskey,” and Widow Jane takes this to heart. Unlike her deceased husband, who was reportedly, a jerk.

This Tennessee bourbon was created by Bob Dylan, Angel's Envy founder Mark Bushala, and Master Blender Ryan Perry. It's aged for more than six years in American oak barrels, giving it what Ohanneson says are "notes of caramel, peanut brittle, and a thread of delicate, early summer fruit."

The combined result of finishing the whiskey in sherry casks after the initial Solera Aging process, which involves adding younger whiskey to barrels of older whisky stacked in an inverted pyramid." This is the best pyramid scheme we've heard of yet. Where do we sign up?

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