Heaven Hill 6yr Bottled in Bond
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Raided Score: 82 Publication: Breaking Bourbon Excerpt: The fact that Heaven Hill BiB can be found for less than $15 would shake my world if I were a craft whiskey distiller. How does one compete against a product like this? Read Full Review Raided Score: 86 Publication: Whisky Advocate Excerpt: Then the sun comes up: a sweet, glowing finish. Beautifully bridges the gap between young and old bourbon, and an absolute steal at the price. Read Full Review Raided Score: 79 Publication: Distiller Excerpt: This is a fantastic everyday whiskey and a stellar value fit for great old fashioneds or shots amongst old friends. Read Full Review Raided Score: 92 Publication: WhiskyCast Excerpt: The spices eventually fade to let caramel, honey, and brown sugar notes come back to lead the extremely long finish with lingering hints of spice in the background. Read Full Review Raided Score: 87 Publication: The Whiskey Jug Excerpt: Value-wise the Heaven Hill Bottled In Bond is off the charts, so you’re lucky if you live in an area where it’s distributed. It also comes across like a versatile whiskey that can sit naked in a glass just as easily as it could slip into a cocktail. Read Full Review Raided Score: 85 Publication: Whiskey Raiders Excerpt: It has good age and the palate reflects that. Very well done. Read Full Review
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This is an age stated, bottled in bond, value bourbon from Heaven Hill.
Really sweet, lots of caramel, corn, vanilla, grain and some healthy syrupy sweetness.
The sweetness continues. Kind of thin mouthfeel but the sweet cream, vanilla and syrupy sugar balance it out.
Short but still oddly complex. While its short, its not harsh or young feeling. The vanilla and caramel are there and its delicious.
This is a great value and a great contender in the Bottled in Bond category. It has good age and the palate reflects that. Very well done.
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