Unless you live in Kentucky, buy it by the case. For the cost of a premium bottle of Bourbon, you can get a case of Heaven Hill Bottled in Bond.Jeff SchwartzClick to explore our complete library of reviews to help you choose your next perfect bottle.
Heaven Hill Bottled in Bond Bourbon
- DISTILLER: Heaven Hill Distilleries, Inc.
- MASH BILL: 75% Corn | 13% Rye | 12% Malted Barley
- AGE: 6 Years
- YEAR: 2017
- PROOF: 100 (50% ABV)
- MSRP: $11.99
TASTE: Peanut Butter | Butterscotch | Oak | Rye
FINISH: Despite the thin mouthfeel, the finish is amazingly creamy. There’s nothing that you could call “rough” on it, either. It is warm without burning, and it hangs around for several minutes, letting you enjoy it slowly while a mild rye spiciness parks on the front of the tongue.
SHARE WITH: Bourbon snobs on a blind-tasting basis only. Otherwise, share with who appreciates good Bourbon at a fair price.
WORTH THE PRICE: At MSRP, or even several bucks above MSRP, it is a bargain.
BOTTLE, BAR OR BUST: Heaven Hill Bottled in Bond truly opens up a new, fourth choice: Case. Unless you live in Kentucky, buy it by the case. For the cost of a premium bottle of Bourbon, you can get a case of Heaven Hill Bottled in Bond.
OVERALL: In the glass, it presents itself as a muted amber, almost caramel in color. Swirling it around leaves a thin rim that generates thicker legs to drop quickly back into the pool of liquid sunshine.
The nose is much more complex than you’d expect in a bottom shelf whiskey. Inhaling through my mouth made the vanilla and orange explode, almost like a Dreamsicle. For me, I couldn’t wait to put it in my mouth.
The mouthfeel is thin, but coats the tongue well. There is a front, middle and back palate, each of which differentiates itself.