Early Times

Created in 1860, Early Times grew up during the early days of the country, when most of America was still country. The name Early Times was chosen as a tribute to the old-fashioned method of making whisky, which included mashing grain in small tubs and distilling the whisky in copper stills over open fires. Today, the process of distilling Early Times is much more exacting, but it still delivers the unmistakable mellow taste that is reminiscent of the original American whisky experience.

Early Times Kentucky Whiskey 1.75L
Early Times was founded in Shively, Kentucky in 1860 by Jack Beam, uncle of Jim. The distillery's core product was a bourbon up until 1983, when they decided to age the whisky in seasoned barrels instead of new charred oak, thus changing the label requirement to "Kentucky Whisky." Fun fact: Early

Early Times 'Fire Eater' 1.0L
"Early Times Fire Eater Hot Cinnamon Liqueur has an aromatic blend of warm bakery cinnamon, creamy brown sugar with a hint of cinnamon stick balanced with delicate whisky notes. It starts with an inviting blend of bakery cinnamon and sweet brown notes that quickly escalate into a hot cinnamon