Top 8 Best Value Bourbons On Liquor Store Shelves

Rebel Yell 100

Produced by Lux Row Distillers, Rebel Yell 100 is a bold, balanced bourbon with caramel and vanilla notes, priced under $25.

Jim Beam Double Oak

Jim Beam Double Oak, aged twice in new oak barrels, offers spiced oak flavors and enhanced complexity for around $25.

Heaven Hill Bottled-in-Bond

Adhering to the Bottled-in-Bond Act of 1897, Heaven Hill Bottled-in-Bond delivers a balanced profile of vanilla, honey, and oak for about $40.

Old Grand-Dad 114

With 57% ABV, Old Grand-Dad 114 is a high-rye, nutty bourbon suitable for neat sipping or classic cocktails, costing around $30.

Henry McKenna Sour Mash

Henry McKenna Sour Mash, using a pre-fermented grain mash, offers caramel, vanilla, and spice flavors at an affordable $14 per bottle.

Larceny Small Batch Bourbon

Named after a Treasury agent with a taste for whiskey, Larceny Small Batch is a sweet, smooth bourbon with caramel and floral notes, priced at $20.

Old Forester 100

Old Forester 100, with a history dating back to 1870, provides bold flavors of butterscotch, cocoa, and spice for about $25.

Elijah Craig Small Batch

Elijah Craig Small Batch, despite losing its 12-year age statement, remains smooth and vanilla-flavored, priced just above $30.