Kings Of Leon Share New Whiskey
NEWQUAY, ENGLAND - AUGUST 14: Kings of Leon live on the Main Stage at Boardmasters Festival at Watergate Bay on August 14, 2022 in Newquay, England. Over 50,000 people attended the three-day cliff-top music festival. (Photo by Hugh R Hastings/Getty Images)

Kings of Leon is partnering with Kentucky-based Willett Distillery to launch a limited-edition Bourbon and rye whiskey collection.

The new Kiamichi Whiskey was revealed during the band’s headlining performance at Bourbon & Beyond festival in Louisville, Kentucky, last month.

The limited-edition collection includes a five-year-old rye whiskey, an eight-year-old rye whiskey and a 19-year-old bourbon.

The five-year-old is limited to 2,780 bottles, the eight-year-old is limited to 1,171 bottles and the bourbon is limited to 374 bottles.

The ‘extremely rare’ bottling celebrates the anniversary of Kings of Leon’s first album, Youth and Young Manhood, which debuted 19 years ago.

 The range is available via

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