Here's something to look for that's just being rolled out now. Medley Brothers Bourbon. This is from Charles Medley and his son, Sam, who have been doing the Wathen's Single Barrel for about 15 years now. This is a four year old bourbon, 102 proof, for about $25. Virtually the same label as the 1950s, showing the five Medley brothers.
It's NDP, but Kentucky-made (not LDI). It's similar to Angel's Envy in that Charles Medley, like Lincoln Henderson, spent his whole career as a hands-on distiller, so he's doing the quality control, i.e., picking the barrels. Their products are contract distilled, not bulk, and use their mash bill. Wathen, second from the right, is the father of Charles, grandfather of Sam.
Earlier this year they also came out with a 12-year-old, and it's very good, but also very limited. The Medley Brothers will be in ten states initially. I know Kentucky and Illinois are two of them. I know, it's just an NDP whiskey with a story, but it's good whiskey and a true story.