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Heaven Hill Bourbon Reviews

Welcome to Bourbon Obsessed’s Heaven Hill Bourbon reviews, tasting notes and related news! We have an ever growing collection of bourbon, rye and corn whiskey reviews, from budget bottles to limited releases.

Heaven Hill Distillery has been family owned and operated since 1935, and Heaven Hill Brands is America’s Largest Independent Family-Owned & Operated Distilled Spirits Company. They produce many different  spirits, including many of our favorite whiskeys. Their brands include: Elijah Craig bourbons and rye, Evan William bourbons, Pikesville Rye, Rittenhouse Rye, Old Fitzgerald bourbons, Larceny bourbons, The Parker’s Heritage Collection, William Heavenhill bourbons, Mellow Corn, Bernheim Wheat Whiskey, Henry McKenna bourbons and those sold under the Heaven Hill label.
Unlike many of the other large distilleries, visitors can’t actually tour Heaven Hill’s distillery. The main distillery, the Bernheim Distillery, is located in downtown Louisville and houses two 70-foot column stills. A small artisanal distillery which can be viewed by visitors, is located in the Evan Williams Bourbon Experience, on Whiskey Row in Louisville. Their Bardstown campus houses Heaven Hill’s bottling facility, which also is not open to visitors. However, visitors can enjoy the Bourbon Heritage Center, also located on the Bardstown Campus.

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Heaven Hill Select Stock 14 Year Bourbon Review

Heaven Hill Select Stock 14 Year Bourbon Review

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Heaven Hill Select Stock has been an annual release for a while now. However, until its debut on the You Do Bourbon Experience, it was not very well known. This year’s release, Heaven Hill Select Stock 14 Year Bourbon, is aged in tapered stave barrels. The goal was to see how this unique barrel affected the bourbon’s taste. Read on to find out!

Elijah Craig Barrel Proof Bourbon Review

Elijah Craig Barrel Proof Review

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Elijah Craig Barrel Proof is one of my favorite bourbons. I look forward to each of the thrice yearly releases with great anticipation. Fortunately, I no longer have to explain to my wife why I need another Elijah Craig Barrel Proof Bourbon; she now also appreciates how different (yet also similar) each batch is. So, when I heard that Heaven Hill Distillery was adding ECBP to their single barrel program, I was needless to say, very excited.

Evan Williams Bourbon Review (Black Label)

Evan Williams Bourbon Review

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Evan Williams Bourbon, also known as Evan Williams Black Label was introduced in 1957. Originally a 7 year 90 proof bourbon in a flashy bottle, it has made some changes over the years. EW Black is made from Heaven Hill’s standard bourbon mash bill: 78% corn, 10% rye, 12% malted barley. It’s non-age stated, but I have it on reasonably good authority that this bourbon is around 5 to 5 1/2 years old.

TW Samuels Bottled In Bond Bourbon Review

TW Samuels Bottled In Bond Bourbon Review

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T.W. Samuels Bottled in Bond Bourbon is another value Bottled In Bond bourbon produced by Heaven Hill. Like J.W. Dant & J.T.S. Brown, T.W. Samuels was an old brand that is now owned by Heaven Hill.

Heaven Hill 7 Year Bottled In Bond Review

Heaven Hill 7 Year Bottled-In-Bond Bourbon Review

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The Heaven Hill 7 Year Bottled-In-Bond Bourbon replaced their 6yr old Bottled-In-Bond, which had been one of my favorite value bourbons. The 7 year Bottled-In-Bond Bourbon was first launched in October 2019, with a limited distribution that mysteriously did not include Kentucky. The suggested retail price was $39.99, substantially higher than the 6yr that it replaced. The squared edges of the 6yr’s bottle were replaced with rounded ones, the label became more refined, and the plastic screw top was replaced with a real cork and wooden cap.

Heaven Hill 6 Year Bottled In Bond Bourbon Review

Heaven Hill 6 Year Bottled-In-Bond Bourbon Review

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I was debating on whether to include Heaven Hill 6 Year Bottled-In-Bond Bourbon in my value bottled in bond series since it is no longer available as of around a few years or so ago. However, since it was definitely a great value, selling for only around $13-15 in its final days and had a bit of a cult following, it seemed to have earned its spot in this line up. This bourbon, affectionately known as “White Label” was a Kentucky only product and was one of the best values in bourbon in its day.

Evan Williams Bottled-in-Bond Bourbon

Evan Williams Bottled-in-Bond Bourbon Review

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Evan Williams Bottled-in-Bond Bourbon is one of my favorite “value” bourbons. A high quality, 100 proof, at least 4 year old bourbon from Heaven Hill for around $15. that’s a tough one to beat!

Evan Williams Square 6 Bourbon

Square 6 Bourbon Review

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The new Square 6 Bourbon from Evan Williams is a really cool bourbon. Why? Well, first and foremost, it’s the first bourbon distilled at the Evan Williams Bourbon Experience to be ever released to the public! I was really interested in trying this one, so we drove out to Louisville, waited for a few minutes for our turn, and headed up to the Evan Williams Bourbon Experience gift shop to pick up a bottle.

Rittenhouse Rye Review

Rittenhouse Rye Review

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Rittenhouse Rye is said to get its name from Rittenhouse Square in Philadelphia. It is an older brand, which eventually was acquired by Heaven Hill. Rye was once America’s spirit. There were two main styles of rye – Maryland Rye, which had a relatively low rye content (but at least 51%), with the rest of mash bill being made up generally of corn and malted barley. Pennsylvania (or Monongahela) Rye had a very high rye content, more similar to the 95% rye, 5% malted barley mash bill that has become synonymous with MGP rye today.

Mellow Corn Review

Mellow Corn Review

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Please enjoy our Mellow Corn Review! Mellow Corn Kentucky Straight Corn Whiskey is a fairly unique product. First, it is a corn whiskey, which we’ll learn more about in a minute. Second it is a Bottled in Bond corn whiskey, which is pretty rare indeed, and in fact, this may be the only one. Not many distilleries produce corn whiskey these days. This one was first introduced in 1945 and is made by Heaven Hill today. It’s a great value and in the Lexington, KY area it can be found for around $12. It’s a nice change when you are looking for something on the lighter side that’s very easy to drink.