Bourbon WhiskeyMADE BY FEW SPIRITS IN EVANSTON, ILLINOIS
You probably already know: We love a good pun. FEW Spirits was ironically named after Frances Elizabeth Willard, the notorious national president of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union, which was instrumental in starting Prohibition. Clearly, we couldn't abstain.
And this is seriously impressive bourbon, with classic notes of rich caramel, black pepper and smooth wheat. Made with the holy trinity of bourbon grains – corn, malted barley, and rye – one sip had us praying for more.
tip of the tongue
The bottle is almost as impressive as what's inside, so this makes a great gift for design-conscious bourbon drinkers and an eye-catching addition to your home bar cart. (Everyone has one of those, right?)