Our bourbon is the bourbon that binds. It brings friends together through a signature flavor that creates a unique experience with each exceptional sip. Whether you’re a casual spirit drinker or a whiskey connoisseur, Olde Raleigh Distillery has a small batch bourbon blend for you. We love bourbon, but we’re not here to tell you how to drink it. Enjoy it the way that you like, neat, on the rocks, watered down – it doesn’t matter to us, we just want to enjoy it with you.
For those who love whiskey just as much as we do, you can learn the intricacies of our bourbon and our process by joining the Olde Raleigh Whiskey Society.
Here at Olde Raleigh, we are on a mission to learn something new about bourbon everyday and share that with our customers. We take pride in creating an exceptional spot where the community can gather and experience our love for bourbon with us.
All of our small batches have a local stamp that you will not find in any other bourbon. The community of Zebulon had a 130 year old White Oak tree, which if you don’t know, is double the age of typical oak used in barrels. We toast and char remnants of this White Oak in all of our small batches, making Olde Raleigh Distillery one of the most unique blends in the country.
Olde Raleigh Whiskey Society is our full-bodied flagship bourbon made from premium ingredients from across the U.S. Our three mash bill marries barley, corn and rye wheat to create a flavor profile that you will never forget. With every sip, you will experience unparalleled flavor blends of cinnamon, chocolate and sophisticated aged oak. The elaborate combination will excite your taste buds and make you say “This is damn good bourbon.”
Sharp attention to detail is the key to our bourbon blends. Each barrel is hand-picked and harvested to create distinct and exceptional bourbon. From the first sip, flavor notes will engulf your senses and create a bourbon experience to be remembered.
But don’t just take our word for it. Come taste it for yourself and raise your glass to the best whiskey in North Carolina.