Heaven Hill Unveils An Exceptional 7-Year Bottled-in-Bond Bourbon

Jun 27, 2019

Category: Vices

A legendary whiskey brand headquartered out of Louisville, Kentucky, Heaven Hill is celebrating an impressive 84 years of operation across three generations of family ownership this year. Along with that impressive stretch of success, they’re reviving their historic namesake offering — the 7-Year-Old Bottled-In-Bond Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey.

For those who are unaware, bottled-in-bond whiskeys are aged and bottled according to a set of specific legal regulations dating back to the Bottled-in-Bond Act of 1897 — essentially guaranteeing the overall quality of the spirit. This new release is a spiritual successor to the brand’s original 4-Year-Old Bottled-In-Bond offering from 1939 — marking the legendary company’s patience, perseverance, and dedication to their craft over the decades. Exceeding the bottled-in-bond requirements, this exceptional spirit is set to see a limited release in October at a price of $40 per bottle, which is almost certainly a steal.

Purchase: $40

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