There are so many great bottles of whiskey that we want to drink that we’d have an incredibly difficult time picking a solid winner. We’ll leave that to the more than 40 professionals at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition that sampled more than 3,000 spirits last weekend during the 2019 competition. For only the second time in the two decades of competition, bourbon edged out all the Irish, Japanese and Scottish whiskys to take home the title of Best in Show Whiskey. It gets better. The winner wasn’t some $2,000+ grail bottle you’d have to skip a mortgage payment (or two) to pick up on the secondary market. The current best whiskey in the world according to the competition is Henry McKenna 10-year Single Barrel Bottled-In-Bond Bourbon, a bottle that is relatively available across the country and carries a price tag of between $30 and $40. It’s a great bottle that deserves a spot on any bar, so head out and pick up a few before prices skyrocket or it becomes impossible to find.