|Flavor:||Whiskey Small Batch & Very Small Batch|
|Made From:||Distilled From At Least 51% Corn|
|Produced By:||HENRY CLAY DISTILLERY|
|Origin:||Louisville, Ky. U.S.A.|
|Importer:||Made In The U.S.A.|
Joseph Finch and Henry Clay were two limited edition bourbons released in 1997 by United Distillers, a predecessor company to today’s Diageo. They were to be the initial offerings in a series called the Rare Bourbons Collection. Fewer than 2,400 bottles of each brand were produced. The packaging was fancy and the price was high.
Then the company changed direction, sold all but two of its American whiskey brands, along with most of their old stocks, and no more Rare Bourbons were released. Both Finch and Clay are almost impossible to obtain today.