Bottled in bond:
- A term which states that excise duty has been paid.
- An American term which refers to whiskey that has been aged and bottled according to the stipulations laid out by the ‘Bottled-in-bond Act of 1897’. The whiskey must be the product of a single distillation seasons, from one distiller at a single distillery. It must be held for at least four years in a federally bonded warehouse and bottled at 50% abv.