Heaven Hill 7 Year Bottled in Bond Review [In Depth]
Heaven Hill 7 Year Bottled in Bond
Heaven Hill 7 Year Bourbon Details
Distillery: Heaven Hill
Type & Region: Bourbon, Kentucky, USA
Composition: 78% corn, 10% rye, 12% barley
Aged: 7 years in virgin American white oak
Color: 1.3/2.0 on the color scale (russet muscat)
From the Heaven Hill website:
“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.”
Heaven Hill Bottled in Bond overview
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Heaven Hill 7 Year Bottled in Bond smell
Heaven Hill 7 Year Bottled in Bond taste & aftertaste
Heaven Hill 7 Year Bottled in Bond Rating
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