BELLE MEADE BOURBON- Each bottle of Belle Meade Bourbon is adorned with a vintage label that includes the portrait of two horses whose origins can be traced back to the original Belle Meade Plantation in Nashville. The horse on the right, known as Bonnie Scotland, was one of Belle Meade's leading sires and was an ancestor to Man O' War, Seabiscuit and Secretariat. The horse on the left, who was known as Brown Dick, was the descendent of a horse simply named Whiskey. “He's the reason we removed their names from the label,” says Andy, pointing to the horse on the left. Aroma of sherry wine, oak staves and tulips, which leads to a full-bodied palate lush with caramel, cracked corn, raisins and dried figs. The finish is smooth and creamy, with notes plum, vanilla bean and molasses.