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Heaven Hill - Batch 1 (That Boutique-y Whisky Company)

(50cl, 50%)

Heaven Hill - Batch 1 (That Boutique-y Whisky Company)

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Heaven Hill - Batch 1 Bottling Note

That Boutique-y Whisky Company continues to explore the wonderful world of American whiskey with their first batch of independently bottled bourbon from Heaven Hill! Top stuff from a legendary family-owned and operated company that was founded in 1935, shortly after the repeal of Prohibition. The label takes a peek inside one of their whiskey ageing warehouses, featuring the sprinkler system they installed following a fire in 1996.

Heaven Hill Batch 1 is a release of 240 bottles.

"now that's what I call bourbon! Travel back 30 years and taste some Heaven Hill, and - though a different distillery - you wouldn't be too far off! This bottling does the HH name proud!"

- Jim Murray (94 Points)

‘That Boutique-y Whisky Company’ bottles single malts, single grains, blended malts, blends and bourbons from a variety of renowned distilleries. These whiskies are adorned with cultish graphic-novel-style labels.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Crème caramel, chocolate fudge and choc-chip cookie dough (which soon introduces notes of flaky pastry). A vegetal touch to it at points - artichoke, perhaps. Fresh oak grows as it goes on.

Palate: The light oak-y spices show up earlier on the palate than they do on the nose. Sparks of nutmeg stand out among waves of orange chocolate and custard creams.

Finish: Bright and long. Cinnamon and candied orange peels last - rather Christmassy, we feel. Toasty elements occur a few minutes afterwards.

Overall: A very generous bourbon from first nose to the end of the long finish. It just keeps offering up tastiness throughout!

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Heaven Hill - Batch 1 (That Boutique-y Whisky Company) Reviews


Jim Murray (94 Points), he also named Crown Royal Northern Harvest Rye the whisky of the year...

22nd October 2016

NAS problems

NAS problems are really clear, they obviously dumped a whole bunch of young spirit in this bottle. New-make taste is way over-powering.

3rd October 2016

LOL at the person dragging this down

well here is a review of a sample I got

The nose is a little hasrh.
Almost like it was bottled a little too soon but not bad.
Some water seems to open it up a little, more vanilla and toffee.
The palate is where this shines a whole lot more.
Especially after letting it sit/cool off a little.
Leather notes and tons of dark chocolate
I think the oak notes suggest probably 5-9 years old.
Kentucky bourbon is always good but has that rougher edge compared to scotch.
Especially the younger it is, but this one is a good middle balance.
Some of you might think it's too young but this isn't scotch.
Hell, if this was cheaper, I may buy a bottle.
I think I agree with someone that posted below, it should have been done barrel proof.
Thanks anyways for the experience.

29th September 2016

I don't get it

I've got no idea where the negative reviews below are coming from. This is one of the most incredibly delicious Bourbons I've ever tried - it's got notes of Maraschino Cherry, loads of barrel-char, and a sweetness that's absolutely incredible.

If I had to guess I'd say that this stuff's at least 15yo - probably more - and worth every single penny of the price.

This country.

11th April 2016

not that bad

first off, is in no way worth $100.00 U.S.. but it isn't that bad.. a chance to taste a rare independent bottling of a U.S. Kentucky bourbon.. being that it is an independent bottling i wish it had been a barrel proof version, it would have probably been a lot better.. Maybe even been able to justify the price... Hopefully more independent bottlings are coming, but please..... BARREL PROOF!!!!!!!!

21st January 2016


Tried a sample at a friends place. Absolutely undrinkable. Burns like fire and tastes even worse. This should not have been released at all.

14th October 2015

Jason P.

Skip it and get a bottle of Henry Mckenna, it is a substantially better buy even with the barrel variation in mind.

13th October 2015


The color did impress me although I am here to drink the bottle and not study at how many shades of copper the bourbon carries. Unfortunately that is where this bourbon stops, even your own review uses 'fresh oak, bright and long' as key descriptors which translate into young and harsh.

So tell us, if you are trying to compete with Cadenheads/ERBA(HH 1.3 by them was fantastic by the way) why are you releasing a NAS or maybe you aren't worthy to be called a competitor by the other IBs that do American Whiskey.

29th September 2015


5-6 years old, from a Bourbon Barrel with that level of colour? Pull the other one, it's got bells on.

28th September 2015


this is maybe 5-6 years aged and it burns even at 50%. Please start putting age statements if you intend to charge more than HH's premium distillery only bottles. my goodness.

23rd September 2015

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