Evan Williams Bottled in Bond Review [In Depth]
Evan Williams Bottled in Bond
Evan Williams Bottled in Bond Details
Distillery: Heaven Hill
Type & Region: Bourbon, Kentucky, USA
Composition: 78% corn, 10% rye and 12% malted barley
Aged: At least 4 years old per bottled in bond rules
Price: $15-20 MSRP (750mL), also comes in 1L
From the Evan Williams website:
“Evan Williams set up his distillery on the banks of the Ohio River in 1783 and is historically recognized as Kentucky’s First Distiller of Bourbon. This special Bottled-in-Bond Bourbon is a genuine Sour Mash that honors his pioneering heritage. Bottled in Bond Status is earned only by meeting strict government standards, originally passed in 1897 to ensure quality and consistency. In accordance with these standards, this Bourbon is 100 proof, aged at least 4 years, and produced at a single distillery within a single distillation season.”
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Evan Williams Bottled in Bond Rating
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