By Dan Dunn
Updated April 22, 2014
Credit: Courtesy of Garrison Brothers

I’ve got some exciting news to share about bourbon, and it’s more than just the fact that this tippled correspondent has got a pretty sweet buzz going right now. Make no mistake, I am feeling gloriously lubricated at the moment, like a piston inside the engine of a mighty locomotive barreling down the tracks toward Tipsyville. By the way, if you’ve never been before, I highly recommend you check out Tipsyville. It’s definitely the most fun place to visit in all of Drunkyland. But whatever you do, make sure to hop off that train before the last stop, Sex-with-anything-that-moves-burg. That place is filled with nothing but pathetic losers.

So where was I? Ah, yes, in a booze-soaked state of grace induced by the rapturous charms of these enchanting new American-made bourbons, which are all made outside Kentucky.

Abraham Bowman Limited Edition Double Barrel Bourbon ($70)

Hillrock Estate Solera Aged Bourbon ($80)

Garrison Brothers Texas Straight Bourbon Whiskey ($75)