The Party Source Update “PRIVATE BARREL UPDATE” – Whisky News

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Spring is in full swing as April comes to an end, and this year’s 141st Kentucky Derby is right around the corner. In this week’s newsletter, we take some time to fill you in on what TPS Private Barrel Selections are now in-stock, as well as what is on-the-way. We also want to make sure you don’t miss out on two whiskies that recently made their way back to The Party Source shelves, but won’t last long. Also, it’s Derby weekend here in the tristate and we want to make sure you’re ready for this year’s festivities. The Party Source carries a large variety of officially licensed Kentucky Derby party supplies that are sure to make your Derby party a hit. Finally, we take some time to break down the iconic Mint Julep, as well as some clever variations to help you get into the Derby spirit.

Cheers, -The Party Source Spirits Department

PRIVATE BARREL UPDATE

In Stock:

KNAPPOGUE CASTLE Single Malt Irish Whiskey 12 Year TPS Private Barrel – $42.99

ANGELS ENVY Port Finish Bourbon TPS Blend – $41.99

Future Private Barrels:

W.L. WELLER 107 Antique Bourbon TPS Private Barrel #118

EAGLE RARE Bourbon TPS Private Barrel #67 and #170

BLANTON’S Single Barrel Bourbon TPS Private Barrel #37 and #96

KNOB CREEK Single Barrel Reserve Bourbon

TPS Private Barrel 1792 Small Batch Bourbon

TPS Private Barrel #10, #11and #40

JOHN J. BOWMAN Single Barrel Bourbon TPS Private Barrel #14

CROWN ROYAL Canadian Whisky TPS Private Barrel #30

FOUR ROSES Barrel Strength Bourbon

TPS Private Barrel OESF, OBSQ, OBSF and OESK

BACK IN STOCK

Two of the most requested and hard to find whiskeys are back in stock: Glendronach Scotch Whisky and Nikka Japanese Whisky. Glendronach and Nikka have been out of stock for months, and will continue to be in short supply. So don’t wait to stock up on these terrific whiskies.

>>>Click HERE to Shop GLENDRONACH

>>>Click HERE to Shop NIKKA 

DATES TO REMEMBER

Friday, May 8th, 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Please join us for a visit from Four Roses’ master distiller Jim Rutledge.

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