Top 10 Bourbons
In 1963, Congress declared bourbon “a distinctive product of the United States.” Long before that, though, bourbon had become as all-American as baseball and apple pie. The no-fuss drink, with its unique blends of corn, rye, barley and wheat, can be enjoyed anywhere — in a line dancing bar on a hot summer night or at a posh lounge in the big city.
For more than 50 years, bourbon has been recognized as a reward for hard work and a celebration of individuality. GAYOT lists our top-rated bourbons from the least expensive offerings to the priciest bottles.