Any whiskey can be called a “bourbon” if it meets the following criteria:
Produced in the United States
Made from a mixture of grains that is at least 51% corn
Aged in new production charred oak barrels
Surprisingly, there is no aging requirement to be called a “bourbon.” The designation “Straight Bourbon” means it has been aged at least two years. 

Blantons Single Barrel
Buffalo Trace Bourbon Whiskey
Calumet Farm Single Rack Black 15
Crown Royal Salted Caramel
Elijah Craig 18 Year Bourbon
Elmer T Lee Single Barrel
Kentucky Tavern
Ole Smokey Whiskey
Pappy Van Winkle 23
Stillhouse Original Whiskey
W L Weller 12 Year Old 

Yellowstone Bourbon Whiskey

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