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Heaven Hill 7 Year Bottled-In-Bond Bourbon Review

Heaven Hill 7 Year Bottled In Bond Review
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.

Jim Beam Black 7 Year Bourbon Review

Jim Beam Black Aged 7 Years Bourbon Review
Jim Beam Black Aged 7 Years, is a rich, smooth bourbon that has recently regained its age statement. It offers a flavorful experience that’s not overly complex, making it a great choice for those new to bourbon. For detailed tasting notes and more on its history, check out our full review!

Jeptha Creed Wheated Bourbon Review

Jeptha Creed Wheated Bourbon Review - 6 year
Jeptha Creed has released their first wheated bourbon! Six years old and made with malted wheat as well as their trademark Bloody Butcher corn, it has a unique flavor profile. Find out what it's like in our full review!

Limestone Farms Bourbon Review – Morgan Family Collection

Limestone Farms Bourbon Reviews - The Morgan Family Collection - photo credit: Limestone Farms
It is in the blending facility in Georgetown, Kentucky, where industry veteran Barry Downing crafts Limestone Farms' complex bourbons. Their first line of bourbons, the Morgan Family Collection, includes the Select Batch, Small Batch, and Private Stock, all of which are full-bodied, bold bourbons with layered flavors and a mature character. Each bourbon offers a unique tasting experience, from the sweet and spicy Select Batch to the complex and rich Private Stock, making Limestone Farms Bourbons a rewarding experience for all bourbon enthusiasts. Learn all about them in our Review!

Angel’s Envy Bourbon Review

Angels Envy Bourbon Finished In Port Wine Barrels Review - Front Label
Angel's Envy Bourbon is finished in port wine barrels. It's easy to drink, with relatively low proof, and just the right amount of fruit, caramel, rye spices, white pepper, oak & cedar to keep the flavors soft and balanced. Learn more in our review!

Milam & Greene Bottled in Bond Bourbon Review

Milam & Greene Bottled in Bond Bourbon Review
Milam & Greene Bottled in Bond Bourbon is this Blanco, Texas distillery's latest release. Distilled at Bardstown Bourbon Company, aged almost 5 years and bottled in Texas, this bourbon has complex flavors that should please most bourbon drinkers. Read our review to learn all about it!

Blood Oath Pact 10 Review

Blood Oath Pact 10 Bourbon Review - Photo credit: Lux Row Distillers
Blood Oath Pact 10 is the latest release in this series from Lux Row Distillers. To celebrate this 10th edition, one of the three bourbons in the blend is double finished in Cabernet and Merlot barrels. So what's it like? Read our full review to find out!

Elijah Craig PGA Championship Edition Bourbon Review (2024)

Elijah Craig PGA Championship Edition Bourbon Review
Elijah Craig PGA Edition Bourbon is a limited edition which commemorates the PGA Championship in Louisville, KY. It has PGA themed packaging and is a blend of barrels selected from specific rickhouses, just for this batch. So, how does it differ from the regular Elijah Craig Small Batch Bourbon? Read our full review to find out!

15 STARS 8 & 15 Bourbon Review

15 STARS 8 & 15 Private Stock Bourbon Review - Bottle on rocks
The latest release from 15 STARS is their 8 & 15 Private Stock Bourbon. As the name implies, it is a blend of 8 and 15 year old Kentucky Straight Bourbon whiskeys. It brings classic mature bourbon flavors, complemented by bright fruits and plenty of brown sugar, creating a very enjoyable and complex pour. Read our full review to learn more!
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