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Heaven Hill Bottled in Bond Flight

5 reviews

The Bottled in Bond renaissance is well underway, thanks in no small part to Bernie Lubbers, aka The Whiskey Professor, and the Heaven Hill distillery, producer of the largest and most well respected Bottled in Bond collection on the planet. To be labeled as Bottled-in-Bond, a whiskey must be the product of one distillery and distilled during just one distillation season, which runs from January-June or July-December. These whiskeys must be aged for at least four years, and bottled at exactly 100 Proof, for a strong, signature flavor. Additionally, the D.S.P., or Distilled Spirits Plant numbers of both the production and bottling facilities must be stated on the label. Enjoy and compare these bottled in bond spirits, neat, with a touch of water, or perhaps in a Manhattan, knowing they all come with the reassurance of BIB quality and transparency.

Evan Williams Bottled in Bond Bourbon

Caramel, oak, citrus on top of vanilla, and black pepper, warm and dry finish

Henry McKenna 10 Year Bottled in Bond Bourbon

Vanilla, caramel, oak, light herbaceous notes, sharp spice, honey, long sweet finish

Rittenhouse Bottled in Bond Rye Whiskey

Dried fruits, toffee, sweet peppers, rich cocoa, citrus, cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla, lingering maple finish