Evan Williams Extra Aged Whiskey 70cl

American Whiskey • 70cl • 43%
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Evan Williams Extra Aged
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Country American Whiskey
Distillery/Brand Evan Williams
Style Bourbon Whiskey

Evan Williams Extra Aged

Evan Williams is a brand of whiskey that has been around since 1783. The Evan Williams Extra Aged variety is a newer addition to the line, and it's made with Evan Williams' signature Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey. This whiskey is aged for a minimum of seven years in new, charred oak barrels.

Evan Williams Extra Aged whiskey has a rich, amber colour and a distinctively smooth flavour. It's perfect for sipping on its own or using in cocktails. If you're looking for a truly unique whiskey experience, Evan Williams Extra Aged is definitely worth trying.

Rich with vanilla and caramel on the nose which continues on the palate, it's produced by the Heaven Hill company in Kentucky.

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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Reviews for Evan Williams Extra Aged
A man's bourbon
This is by far the best bourbon I've ever tasted in this price range. It's hard to come by where I live in Switzerland but I just bought a whole box at a wholesale market.

Smooth, no nonsense with a long flavorful finish.
Sam , Switzerland
one year ago
top bourbon
very smooth....easy to drink. sweet and flavourfull...
Chris M , Greece
one year ago
Best value for the price
Fantastic Bourbon in this price range.....been drinking this for years, has all the qualities you want.
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Great Bourbon
This is a no non-sense bourbon. There isn't a claim of master blenders or artisans moving mountains to make this bourbon on the label. I had this back to back with a bottle of bourbon twice the price (Four Roses barrel select) and Evan Williams blew the Four Roses out of the water.
Price isn't everything it seems. On the nose, you get nice vanilla, oak and warm corn malt aromas.
On the Palate, you get a solid well-balanced body of malted grains, vanilla, cane sugar and toffee.
The finish is smooth and pleasant. While this isn't the best bourbon I have ever had it is an excellent one. 4.5/5. Highly Recommend.
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Very good, I really enjoyed this bourbon, I normally drink scotch but have been trying this
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
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
Jack S , United Kingdom
2 years ago
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.
Nicholas D , United Kingdom
2 years ago
So drinkable
A few sips lead to a few more sips.
It's a very moorish bourbon and very smooth.
Mr Ian Y , United Kingdom
3 years ago
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
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
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.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago