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A classic Kentucky straight bourbon from Heaven Hill, aged for around four years. This is quite a smooth and easy style of bourbon.
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I'm a retired state liquor store worker here in Pa. and have been around the shelf a bit. In the end I always come back to this one as my regular nightcap and truth be told.... Except for a little wine or a beer need nothing else. This includes all these super expensive boutique bourbons and scotches....Great Irish stuff and so on.This is an honest and most modestly priced sipping whiskey with no false taste or phony plastic finish...its just plain good everytime.... A young whiskey for sure but that suits me fine. I can't praise it enough. Let them spend 50 plus bucks for all that single barrel over proof stuff and all the exquisite headaches the next day...I'll take a handle of Heaven Hill every time!
29th July 2016
I love this stuff as my dad showed me what good bourbon was with heaven hill.
14th July 2016
This tastes like what bourbon should taste like. And for the price you can't drink anything besides Benchmark 8 that comes even close. Drop a cube of ice in it and enjoy.
4th June 2016
here in the u.s., I can get this often on sale for under $10....I love me some expensive barrel proof juice but when the funds are low and or you want something for the flask before you head out on a long mountain bike trek, reach for this....has an interesting nutty/pecan note.....more like a 6 year bourbon
31st March 2016
First off the price above is WAY OFF from what I paid. WHAT A BOURBON FOR THE PRICE CANT BE BEAT.
2nd February 2016
Good whiskey for a poor old lonley man like me. Got no friends,money, nothin but my whiskey and guitar. Bottom's up!!!
11th December 2015
Its cheap, and it tastes cheap! I'd much rather spend 5 dollars more and get Evan Williams or Evan 1783. Both of those are under $15 and the quality level is much higher in my opinion
26th October 2015
Cheap and tastes like bourbon, whatever would you want more. Solid bourbon, couldn't ask for anything better.
4th August 2015
let's make this clear...i can get this for around $10 US...and then it goes on sale, too!wonderful stuff. yes, it's young, but one of the best off-color 'white' whiskies out there, ha! add Ezra and Evan to the club, for sure.what i like about this expression is its nutty (peanut/roasted pecan) note....really amazing. at this price, i can make the rare cocktail and not feel guilty. it's really an exceptional bourbon. truly old school. one dayi hope to track down Old Charter..
28th June 2015
cheapest bourbon I can get. not bad at all. very drinkable.
8th May 2015
THAT is way fair (giving it five stars)....it really blows away bourbons that are double the price....it's unique for such a young rascal. Sweet, notes of pecan and peanuts. cotton candy and earth. it should cost about $25+...
26th April 2015
I pay about 690 baht (£13 GBP) for ONE LITRE bottle of this in Bangkok so it's become my day to day staple bourbon. Other than Benchmark which is also similarly priced here, all of the other 'big brand label' bourbons which are more well known (and all Scottish malt) cost about x2 to x3 what they do in the UK...same goes for wine out here..With such excellent value it serves to remind me of the taste of whisky and is a fair enough evening nightcap, and good with beer/chaser. Also most Thai girls don't like neat bourbon or malt, preferring Chivas or Red Label with mixers at best so I get to drink almost all of it myself..
23rd March 2015
and it's a good pedigree. after having broadened my palate and gotten more experience, i came back to this after having thought it way too young and vegetal/oily....this (new packaged) version is really a solid pour for the price. HH's lower shelf is still very mid-shelf. definitely recommended.
4th November 2014
Yes, it's on the cheap side, especially in the US. A good choice for ten bucks. Smooth taste, no hangover - a working man's drink to finish off the day or the week.
21st October 2014
I like to think of it as a poor man's Jim Beam. It works for me. Sip on ice and enjoy.
17th August 2014
nose; summer sweet, taste: sweet and sour, honey and yeast, new wood and green sap, medium/long finish, good value for money.
4th July 2014
This bournon is great for Old Fashioned cocktails, or for sipping with ice. Really smooth
20th June 2014
Have tasted better bourbons. I can't decide what the nose is all about - earthy with a touch of fruit maybe? Taste is quite weak - slightly sweet but with spirit. Finish is fruity and peters out quickly. But then the packaging also looks cheap...
5th October 2013
The previous 5-star user review has distorted this whiskey's place in the results. It is okay, and made by one of the last family-owned distilleries in KY, which says a lot, but it's not even close to the kind of whiskey that is worth 5 stars. I'm giving it 1 star just to even it out in the results.
8th December 2012
Living in Kentucky for 32 years and being a bourbon aficionado let me warn you that Heaven Hill is not worth 16 pounds. Here in the states we pay approximately (US)$8 per bottle or perhaps (GB) 4L. It is very cheap, very dirty with a grit that will stay on the palette for hours. If you are mixing this bourbon fine but a true sippin' whisky this is not.
10th December 2011
This stuff is unbelievable smoooooth. BEST THING THATS EVER TOUCHED MY LIPS!!
6th January 2011