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Evan Williams Extra Aged

(70cl, 43%)

Evan Williams Extra Aged

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Evan Williams Extra Aged Bottling Note

A popular brand of bourbon from Kentucky, U.S.A., where it has been produced since 1783. Rich with vanilla and caramel on the nose which continues on the palate, it's produced by the Heaven Hill company in Kentucky.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Caramel apples, spearmint, black pepper. A light hint of corn sits in the background. A slightly spicy kick of clove.

Palate: Raisins and walnuts. Creamy vanilla at the core, with an underpinning hint of vegetal oak. Zesty orange oil.

Finish: Quite spicy, with drying notes of cinnamon bark and pine nuts.

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Evan Williams Extra Aged Reviews

Cheap and cheerful

I thought i would give it a go i was suprise with such a generic taste it was a lot like a jim beam or jack daniels, it works best as a mixer personally, but on the rocks i don’t get anything from it

9th June 2021

Dry and spicy

I’m new to Bourbon so forgive me for the lack of correct terminology. Has a big sweet almost brandy like smell, feels smooth with a dry and spicy finish. Surprisingly complex.

20th May 2021

So drinkable

A few sips lead to a few more sips.
It's a very moorish bourbon and very smooth.

24th November 2020

my favourite so far

i am very very new to whisky (4months ish ) i sip neat and ive only tried around 20 different ones but this one is my favourite so far

21st April 2020

Bottom shelf price; Top shelf Quality.

Have been drinking bourbon for a while. When you are young, you tend to drink mixed drinks. So, cheaper bourbons are fine. As you get older, you begin to appreciate the straight up tastes of Whiskies. I have tried some really tasty and expensive bourbons, however, Evan Williams is the most under rated bourbons out there. Blind tastings will confirm just how good this bourbon is, and how it stands against top shelf bourbons. Get over where it is on the shelf and try it.

19th December 2019

A lovely all round very good Bourbon Whisky,

I’ve been drinking Bourbon for a whole lot of years,from when I tour the American Base’s in the U.K.,in the sixties,where I got the taste for Bourbon Whisky,all that I have drank,I must say I find that Evan Williams come out tops,it’s very smooth,beautiful for sipping,on the rocks or with a splash of ginger ale,I cannot find one to beat it,

18th December 2019

Best bourbon i've tasted so far!

If it still carried a 7 year old age statement i would've given this bourbon a 5 star rating. I've tried many other more expensive bourbons and i keep coming back to Evan Williams extra aged, its very smooth neat even more so on the rocks. I've never mixed this bourbon because for me it would be a crime to do so! I can recommend this bourbon to anyone who wants to try bourbon and don't be suprised if you keep coming back to this brand. It may be a "bottem shelf" bourbon but it definitely tastes like a bourbon 3 times its price range.

21st August 2019

A good bourbon.

I'm currently sitting on my balcony enjoying the sun of the Swedish spring, having a dram of this bourbon accompanied by a Swedish craft beer. Things could be worse.

I don't usually go for a bourbon altough I tend to keep at least one bottle in my cabinet, for shaking thing up a bit. Buffalo trace and Four Roses small Batch being my go tos.

This ain't far behind. I could easily see myself buying another bottle, and since it's cheaper than my usually suspects, why not?

The tasting notes from the dudes of MoM are, as always, spot on.

13th April 2019

Dryer than most

Good mixer. Not too sweet.

4th March 2019

Bottom shelf wonder

I’ve been drinking this for 40 years (insert joke here). As I explore the boutique bourbons, they have to significantly beat this. Often not accomplished. Sometimes you have to just admit that one of your old inexpensive juices is doing exactly what you are searching for. Love this stuff. Corn sweet, toffee some cinnamon. Not complex but not a single note wonder either. For me the BiBEW gives just a bit more. Still, an amazing bargain.

25th February 2019

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