100% ARMAGNAC FINISHED IN ISLAY WHISKY CASKS
VINTAGES FROM 1868 - 1970
They say you cannot buy Time. here is an exception. A blend of Armagnac 50 to 152 years old.
The Rarest drink known to mankind.A product 250 years in the making. Its message is Revival.
BHAKTA Brandy is the rarest
spirit known to mankind. A
blend of 8 Armagnac vintages 50-152
years old. This makes it among the oldest spirits on the market. We finish our brandy in
Islay Scotch casks for a unique,
Raj Peter Bhakta, founder of America’s premier luxury whiskey company, presents a singular opportunity to taste the ancient French brandy tradition—an appreciating asset designed for the whiskey lover.
38 total barrels.
We only release one at a time, making each barrel an instant collector’s item with one-of-a-kind flavor.
At $250, it is truly an appreciating asset.
First bottling took place on the 4th of July.
Delivered early August.
In 2006, Raj Peter Bhakta took a decrepit dairy farm and transformed it into WhistlePig, quickly growing America’s most successful luxury whiskey company. With Bhakta Brandy, he’s taking that farm-to-bottle ethos to the next level. With a mission of Revival for rural agriculture, exquisite spirits, and America itself, Bhakta is issuing an all-new niche in the spirits world. His tools include a Vermont Farm, a Florida ranch, and Armagnac chateau in France, and the oldest reserve of premium spirits in existence. This is just the beginning.
BHAKTA Brandy is rare, exquisite, and valuable. It draws from French Armagnac stocks dating from 1868-1970. Our 50 Year blend is older than any blended whiskey on the market, and notably superior in terms of small-scale craft distilling. With a unique Islay cask finish to balance sweet with smoke and salt, our brandy is the only one made for the whiskey-lover’s palate. They say you cannot buy time. Here is an exception.
Sign up here to join the Revivalists, our private members society. When you join, we’ll send you an advanced copy of the BHAKTA booklet that comes with the bottle. Inside, grand illustrations of history recount the story of how BHAKTA came to be.