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Old Granddad Bonded

by Andrew Owenon September 4, 2018
Old Granddad is an historic bourbon brand that has been around since the mid-1800s.  Originally created by distiller Raymond Hayden to commemorate his grandfather Basil Hayden, the Old Granddad label changed ownership a couple times in the 19th century before landing in the capable hands of the National Distillers Products (NDP) group, who owned and […]
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1792 Bottled in Bond

by Andrew Owenon July 16, 2018
Bardstown’s Barton Distillery has released a flurry of new bourbons under their 1792 label, with the Bottled in Bond becoming the newest release when it debuted in the Fall of 2017.  Along with it’s standard Small Batch and Single Barrel, the 1792 label now has “High Rye”, “Sweet Wheat”, “Port Finish” and “Full Proof” editions, […]

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Henry McKenna 10 Year

by Bobby Longon July 12, 2018
Henry McKenna 10 year old bourbon is part of American whiskey giant Heaven Hill’s stable of bourbon brands produced at the company’s Bernheim distillery in Louisville, Kentucky.  It remains part of an ever shrinking list of age stated bourbons, and also carries bottled in bond and single barrel designations on the label alongside its age […]
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Evan Williams Bottled in Bond Review

by Bobby Longon April 26, 2018
A step up in age and proof over the standard Evan Williams Black Label, Heaven Hill’s bottled in bond offering of the Evan Williams brand represents one of the cheapest bottled in bond bourbons in America, as well as one of the cheapest bourbons bottled at 50% ABV.  To be labeled as bottled in bond […]

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Col. EH Taylor Four Grain

by Andrew Owenon January 11, 2018
Thank you to each WBSE group member who voted in our poll for your favorite whiskey release of 2017!  With polling now closed, we’ll take time to highlight the top three vote-getters, and share our own reviews of them.  The first of the three winners chosen by you:  Col. E.H. Taylor Four Grain Bourbon.  Buffalo […]
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Col. EH Taylor Small Batch Bourbon

by Andrew Owenon November 21, 2017
Colonel Edmund Haynes Taylor Jr. was one of the pioneers of the bourbon industry in the late 19th and 20th century.  In the 1870’s, Taylor purchased a distillery which he called Old Fire Copper (or O.F.C) in Frankfort, KY.  He was an innovator in the industry, and was also the driving force behind the Bottled-in-Bond […]