Steph Curry’s New 15 Year Bourbon “Player Exclusive” Comes with $4,500 Tag

Steph Curry's 15 Year Straight Kentucky Bourbon "Player Exclusive". Photo: Rory Earnshaw

“Hold on to ya butts”…This is going to strike many of you as absurd. Can’t blame you. But, it’s a free country-ish. So here it goes – Steph Curry’s new 15 year Bourbon release has a $4,500 SRP. Pause. Exhale. Better.

The brand reports only 100 bottles being released. The NBA legend probably has enough fan extremes who wouldn’t mind dishing out that kinda dough. Maybe. Point being, say what you want, that is a very legit low bottle count release. There, I said it. Price doesn’t always indicate liquid quality. Often, it reflects scarcity which amps up desire in a positive correlation sense.

Marking Stephen Curry’s 15th year in the NBA, Curry’s Gentleman’s Cut has recently released a 15-year-old straight bourbon whiskey branded Player Exclusive that reflects Curry’s crafted image. The decanter bottle is etched, numbered and hand-signed with his signature. The topper features the initials “T.C.C.” to attribute to Stephen’s motto “Trust, Commitment, Care.” 

Quick Facts

  • AGE: 15 Year Straight Kentucky Bourbon
  • MASHBILL: 75% corn, 21% rye, 4% malted barley
  • PRICE: $4,500 SRP
  • VOLUME: 100 Bottles

For this bourbon, the distillation process began with a blend of 75% corn, 21% rye and 4% malted barley, distilled in 2005 then was laid to rest in new oak barrels until 2020 when it was finally bottled. The result is a delectable bourbon with notes of creme brulee, butterscotch, orange peel, spice, hazelnut, cherry and balanced oak.

Available to only 100 loyal fans and bourbon enthusiasts. Each decanter is etched, numbered 1-230, signed by Stephen Curry, and presented in a custom elegant walnut box.

The price for Player Exclusive is $4,500, plus applicable CA sales tax (7.75%) and a flat rate shipping. Back Room Wines in Napa, CA will handle the processing of orders and shipping in June. The very first bottle (#1) of Player Exclusive sold last month at the Golden State Warriors Foundation annual event for $350,000.

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