High West American Prairie Reserve
When confronted with some free time, we're often faced with a dilemma: do we want to help the world, or do we want to get our drink on? With this fine, Western-style, sipping bourbon, we can do both. American Prairie Reserve is not just a 92-proof Bourbon, it's also the name of northeastern Montana land that will one day be the largest wildlife reserve in the Continental United States. Filled with prairie dogs, pronghorn antelope, bison and the endangered greater sage grouse, which is depicted on the whiskey's label, the nearly 5,000-square-mile wildlife habitat will protect the land and animals while improving public access to the landscape. Like the Wild West, this amber blend of six-year-old and ten-year-old bourbon bottled in Park City, Utah, is strong and not so sweet, but is well-rounded with no rough edges. Since High West is donating a portion of sales to the American Prairie Reserve, you can buy an individually numbered bottle and kill two birds with one stone... as long as it's not a sage grouse.