Two of the cheapest wheated bourbons money can buy want your attention.
Heaven Hill Distillery is a family-owned and operated distillery located in Bardstown, Kentucky. Founded in 1935, it is the largest independent, family-owned and operated producer of distilled spirits in the United States. The company produces a wide range of spirits, including bourbon, vodka, gin, rum, and cordials. Its flagship brand is Evan Williams Bourbon, which is one of the top-selling bourbons in the world.
Heaven Hill Distillery
Heaven Hill Distillery is known for its commitment to quality and tradition. It uses traditional methods and ingredients to produce its spirits, including locally grown grains and pure Kentucky limestone-filtered water.
In addition to its production facilities, Heaven Hill operates the Evan Williams Bourbon Experience, a visitor center in Louisville, Kentucky, where visitors can learn about the history of bourbon and the distillation process, and sample a variety of Heaven Hill’s spirits.
Heaven Hill Products
Once upon a time I swore of ECBP, will this batch change my mind?
The oldest Evan Williams money can buy
Evan Williams’ little secret with the bright red label
Heaven Hill Updates: Elijah Craig Barrel Proof C923 Age leaked, Fall 2023 Old Fitzgerald Decanter and 2024 Heaven Hill Heritage Collection
One you’ll be able to find, one you’ll have a hard time finding and one you’ll never find.
One of the four core bottles in the Evan Williams lineup
2023 Release Season is heating up and the newest iteration of Parker’s Heritage Collection is proof of that
And the good ol’ boys were drinkin’ whiskey and rye singin’ this’ll be the day that ECBP diiiieeessss
The price of bourbon is too dang high! Well, except Evan Williams Bottled in Bond
The 16th release of Parker’s Heritage finally breaks free of three years of Heavy Char finishes… kind of.
Elijah Craig Barrel Proof Single Barrel (Neat Drinker’s Association/Quality Bourbons and Barbecue) Review
Higher Proof ECBP single barrels are better than lower proof ones. Change my mind.
Do higher proof Elijah Craig picks taste better?
The lowest proof Elijah Craig Barrel Proof batch so far.
The last old label ECBP batch before the bottle change.
Years after its release, this 18 year old bourbon is still mostly ignored by the bourbon community. Why is that?
It’s like I don’t even know you anymore.
The Neat Drinker’s Association picks an Elijah Craig single barrel with attitude.
The batch that put ECBP on the map.
After last year’s Heavy Char Rye Whiskey release, how will extra char effect a bourbon?
Does this Gift Shop exclusive warrant a pilgrimage to the capitol of bourbon?
Outwardly similar, these bottles show off that they’re clearly different.
When your big brother wins “Whiskey of the Year,” how can you compete?
As finished whiskey popularity explodes, will the toasted barrel finishing pave the way for more like it?
A nostalgic look back on two of the best value bourbons of 2017.
Will it really get better with age?
Heaven Hill bottles ECBP at its highest proof point since the new
bottle change in 2017.
Two mid-tier stalwarts duke it out for supremacy in the 86 proof category.
Two Heaven Hill wheated bourbons fight for the same spot on your shelf.
$20 rye whiskies are typically for bartender’s to mix with. But what if they were better than that?
Two barrel strength wheated bourbons with similar characteristics go head to head.
After releasing the lowest proof batch of ECBP 4 months prior, Heaven Hill releases a proof bomb for the purists.
Comparing two different batches of the best value in bourbon.
Comparing Rural Inn’s #3 and #5 single barrel picks
How much flavor can you expect from second-use barrels?
Around 110 proof and aged for at least 5.5 years old, what separates these two rye whiskies?