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Heaven Hill Bottled in Bond Bourbon Review


This Heaven Hill Bottled in Bond Bourbon is confusing. I really wanted to love Heaven Hill Bottled in Bond Bourbon, and thought it could compete to be the best. But it is not even budget bourbon. Heaven Hill Bottled in Bond Bourbon lacks complexity, body but it makes up for it in price! In the wrong way. Expensive for what you get, with Heaven Hill Bottled in Bond Bourbon, in my opinion. The question is, is it bourbon night? For me that is Friday or Saturday. Thanks for watching!


From Heaven Hill:

"This Kentucky Bourbon pays tribute to the earliest days of the Distillery’s history when in 1939 it released Heaven Hill Bottled-in-Bond. The namesake brand quickly became the number-one-selling Bourbon whiskey in the state of Kentucky. Still today, the craftsmanship poured into this bottle by the same founding family meets the exacting standards first set forth in the Bottled-in-Bond act of 1897."


Nose: Warm notes of vanilla, honey, and a rich caramel sweetness


Taste: Smooth, warm and sweet with a subtle rye spice note; caramel and honey mingle with just enough oak and char to round out the richness


Distillery: Heaven Hill

Vol: 100 Proof

Age: N/A

Classification: Straight Bourbon

Mashbill Breakdown: 78% Corn, 12% Malted Barley, 10% Rye


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