No 14 Bourbon
Vermont in a Bottle
Named in honor of Vermont, the 14th state, No 14 Bourbon unites two American Classics … bourbon whiskey & pure Vermont maple. The strength of the bourbon is softened by a hint of sweetness, which broadens its appeal to a variety of palates. The result is a wonderfully smooth spirit with a warm and lasting finish. On its own or in a cocktail, No 14 Bourbon is a wonderfully smooth and distinctly American spirit. Drink neat or with a single cube. Elevate your cocktail experience with the No 14 Old Fashioned. Drink neat or with a single cube. Elevate your cocktail experience with the No 14 Old Fashioned. 90 proof
Rich amber color, and a pleasant semi-sweetness on the nose lead to a light-bodied and silky whiskey, well-balanced with notes of cherry vanilla. Touches of honeyed oaky spice and clove on the mid-palate result in a soft and elegant finish, inviting another taste.
Neat or with a single cube
No 14 Manhattan
No 14 Old Fashioned
Gold Medal San Francisco World Spirit Competition
2014 Wine Enthusiast, 92 points “exceptional”
2021 Bartender Spirits Awards, Silver
Neat or With a Single Cube
No 14 Manhattan
As Featured at the Simon Pearce Restaurant
• 2 part No 14 Bourbon
• 1 part Sweet Vermouth
• 5 Dashes Angostura Bitters
Add all of the ingredients to a mixing glass and fill with ice. Stir well and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with a Luxardo cherry.
*Try this with Coppers Barrel Gin!
• 1 part No 14 Bourbon
• ½ part Domaine de Canton Liqueur
• 1 tsp Agave Nectar
• ½ part Fresh Lemon Juice
• Handful of Rosemary Leaves
In the bottom of a mixing glass muddle the rosemary with the lemon and agave. Add remaining ingredients with ice and shake well. Strain over new ice into a rocks glass. Garnish with candied ginger and a rosemary sprig.
Maple Magic 14
- 1 part No 14 Bourbon
- 2 parts Abracadabra Cold Brew Coffee
- Jeb’s Vermont Maple Sugar to taste
Add 2-3 ice cubes in a rocks glass. Add Jed’s Vermont Maple Sugar to taste. Gently muddle. Fill a shaker with ice. Add cold brew coffee and No 14 Bourbon to shaker. Shake and strain over ice and sugar in rocks glass.
*Make it a dessert cocktail with a touch of creme, a dash of cinnamon. Garnish with a few whole coffee beans or a dusting of coffee grinds.