Angels Envy Bourbon 750ml - Quality Liquor Store
Don't you hate it when you're at a party and everything just gets awkward and weird?
That's why we created Angels Envy Bourbon—the only bourbon worth talking about.
When you're sitting in the corner at a party, staring down at your drink and wishing you knew what to say to the cute gal or guy across the room, Angels Envy Bourbon will help you break the ice.
Well, for starters, it's delicious. It's a smooth, mellow bourbon that tastes like sweet caramel with fruity undertones—like ripe apples or pears. You might even taste a hint of vanilla or cinnamon in there. Just trust us: it's good.
It's also distinctly memorable. People aren't just going to know what kind of drink you're drinking—they're going to remember it. And that makes it easy for conversations to start… which is exactly what we had in mind when we created this drink. We want you to have fun at parties, and we want meeting new people to be easy for you. So grab yourself a glass of Angels Envy Bourbon, and get out there!
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How do you piss off an angel?
Lincoln Henderson did it by breaking a nearly two-hundred-year-old divine contract. He's always been one to sneer at traditions. So when he set out to create the most heavenly of all bourbons, Lincoln decided he might have to break some rules.
See, in bourbon circles, it's well accepted that each distillery owes a percentage of the bourbon in the barrels to the angels. This little agreement is known as the Angel's Share, and nobody has dared mess with it for two centuries.
Why Lincoln did what he did
But Lincoln, being a bit of a malcontent, figured maybe he could put a twist on this deal. Legend has it that he sat the angels down and got them to agree that they could take more of their share if they agreed to leave behind something even better.
The deal was sealed. But when the angels snuck a sip of Lincoln's incomparably smooth bourbon with exquisitely subtle "expressions" that came from joining 200 years of bourbon tradition with 400 years of port wine heritage, they felt they should have gotten a bigger share.
That's why Lincoln thought it appropriate to call his bourbon Angel's Envy. The angels, however, don't find it funny.