Bulleit is still pretty new, just released this year, so I don't think it's lacking in love, just people haven't gotten to it yet.
Redemption Rye is the same stuff too, though a bit younger.
I wonder if the jig may finally be up for Templeton.
Col. Charles K. "Crotchety" Cowdery
"Whiskey Don't Keep."
All are unique and enjoyable as under $25 bottles go (hard to get below $25 with baby Saz, though). Heck, I often get Ritt, Turkey & Bulleit under $20.
And I'd choose them over a huge number of $30+ Bourbons, quite happily (and I do!).
I believe Bulleit to be 4-5, and as you note Redemption is 2 years young.
I also think the Templeton tastes a bit more mature than the others - but could just be price-tag pyschology (since it's a $35-$40 bottle when you can actually find it anywhere...).