Glenfiddich took a note from Clint Eastwood to name its new Fistful of Bourbon, but when you\u2019re going to name your first \u201cfrom the ground up\u201d American whiskey release, why not choose an American icon that launched a genre? It just might be that the Scottish company is hoping to channel the success of a film that launched the spaghetti western and use that mojo to start its own string of successful releases.\r\n\r\nFistful of Bourbon is a blending of five straight bourbons that have been aged for at least two years. Brian Kinsman, William Grant & Sons\u2019 master blender, describes the whiskey as being balanced and sweet. There\u2019s also a green, leafy floral quality with soft spices and hints of nutmeg coming together with buttery toffee with cinnamon and licorice. The blend is bottled at 45 percent ABV and is available in 750ml and 50ml bottles.\r\n\r\nWilliam Grant and Sons\u2019 aren\u2019t just blending whiskeys, they\u2019re also blending categories. They\u2019ve taken the spaghetti western for the name of the whiskey and added a craft beer flare with the bottle design. Emily Ivers, senior brand manager for William Grant, cites craft beer\u2019s reverence for the liquid and irreverent, fun, and playful attitude as inspiration for the design.\r\n\r\nYou might just hear the jangling of spurs when you open this bottle, but you will for sure experience an exceptional whiskey.\r\nCheck it out\r\nHave you subscribed to\u00a0Man of Many? You can also follow us on\u00a0Facebook,\u00a0Twitter,\u00a0Instagram, and\u00a0YouTube.