Heaven Hill 7 Year Old Bottled in Bond BIB Kentucky Straight Bourbon 100pf
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Established in 1935, Heaven Hill Distilleries is a family-owned independent spirits distillery based in Louisville, Kentucky and is currently one of the largest spirits companies in the country with a wide range of brands under their ownership that includes whiskey, rum, cognac, and liqueurs. Among these is their eponymous whiskey brand which was introduced following the repeal of Prohibition and has consistently been one of the most popular bourbon brands in the market.
Launched as the successor to their much-beloved 6-year-old bottled-in-bond bourbon, the Heaven Hill 7 Year Bottled in Bond continues to pay tribute to the distillery’s early days when it released its original bottled-in-bond expression in 1939 to the exacting specifications set forth by the Bottled-in-Bond act. Distilled from a mash bill consisting of 78% corn, 12% malted barley, and 10% rye, this whiskey spends its maturation entirely in new, charred American oak barrels at a federally-bonded warehouse, slowly developing its flavors over the course of 7 years as opposed to the minimum of 4 resulting in a richer, smoother whiskey which is then brought to exactly 100 proof before finally being bottled.
Medium amber in color, each sip of this whiskey greets you with a sweet and warming nose of vanilla, honey, and rich caramel, paving the way for a smooth and equally toasty palate of more caramel, honey, butterscotch, graham cracker, rye spice, oak, and barrel char, all tied together by a long finish of lingering caramel sweetness and spice.
An enjoyable tipple all the way to the last drop, the Heaven Hill 7 Year Bottled in Bond Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey is spirit definitely worthy of filling the shoes its younger brethren left behind. So don’t hesitate to order one for yourself today and enjoy the well-crafted flavors that only this bottled-in-bond bourbon can deliver.
- Mash bill: 78% Corn, 12% Malted Barley, 10% Rye
- Aged for 7 years in new, charred American oak barrels at a federally-bonded warehouse
- Bottled at exactly 100 proof