Artfully perfected and intertwined with a history as uplifting as its unique blend, the essence of A.H. Hirsch Reserve Straight Bourbon Whiskey unfolds with each sip. The tale began in the spring of 1974 when a batch of bourbon was salvaged from a small distillery near Scharfferstown, Pennsylvania, after its closure. Some quickly found buyers, while the rest continued aging in Kentucky. Fifteen years later, Adolph Hirsch, a former director of Schenley Distillers, came across the batch. Recognizing its quality, now matured for 15 years, he acquired all 400 barrels—resulting in a mere 4,244 cases—and bestowed upon it his own name. A.H. Hirsch Reserve Straight Bourbon Whiskey stands out for its rarity, refined taste, and a history steeped in richness.