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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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Evan Williams Black Label Review

by Blake Cortrighton April 24, 2018
Evan Williams bourbon is produced by Heaven Hill at their Bernheim distillery in Louisville, KY, and is by volume sales Heaven Hill’s most popular bourbon brand.  In fact, according to Spirits Business, Evan Williams was the 7th highest selling whiskey in the world in 2017, and 2nd highest selling bourbon brand (behind Jim Beam). The […]

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Jefferson’s Reserve Bourbon Review

by Bobby Longon April 11, 2018
The Jefferson’s brand of bourbons was created in 1997 by Trey and Chet Zoeller.  Jefferson’s, named after American Founding Father and 3rd President Thomas Jefferson, started as – and still is – a non-distilling producer who sources the bourbon it bottles from various distilleries.  In the early 21st century, the Jefferson’s brand was acquired by […]
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Four Roses Single Barrel Review

by Andrew Owenon April 10, 2018
Along with its bottom shelf “Yellow Label” and mid-shelf Small Batch bourbons, Four Roses also releases a more premium level single barrel bourbon year-round.  Note that this is different from their barrel proof single barrel bottles. As you may recall from the small batch review (linked above) or from any previous knowledge of Four Roses […]

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Basil Hayden’s Bourbon

by Blake Cortrighton March 28, 2018
Basil Hayden’s Bourbon is part of the Jim Beam “small batch” bourbon line, which also includes Knob Creek, Baker’s, and Booker’s.  The brand was launched by Beam in 1992 to commemorate Meredith Basil Hayden Sr, a historical figure whose family name is tied to the creation of the Old Granddad line of bourbons, as well […]
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Four Roses Small Batch

by Andrew Owenon November 29, 2017
The Four Roses Distillery, built in 1910 in Lawrenceburg, KY, is a bit of a peculiarity in the modern bourbon scene.  The history of its origins are murky, so I won’t attempt to paste them together here, but despite coming of age right as Prohibition was shutting down most of the American whiskey industry, Four […]