Deadwood Bourbon is named for the town of Deadwood, where "Wild Bill" Hickok famously played his last game of poker. The bottle depicts the "dead man's hand" of aces and eights. Distilled in Indiana, this straight bourbon is bottled in Kentucky at 40.5% ABV.
"Though the name brings to mind rough frontier whiskey, Deadwood bourbon is actually sweet and smooth. It's light on the palate with flavors of caramel, maple, and honey, ending with a subtle, gentle finish. It's a straightforward whiskey: light, approachable, and value priced."