Evan Williams Bottled-in-Bond
Evan Williams Bottled-in-Bond is a bourbon produced by Heaven Hill as a part of the Evan Williams brand family. It is named after Evan Williams, who is recognized as one of the early pioneers of bourbon distilling in Kentucky.
It is distilled from Heaven Hill’s traditional bourbon recipe, which uses 78% corn, 12% malted barley, and 10% rye. This recipe is shared across all of its ryed bourbons, as opposed to the wheated bourbon mashbill used by Larceny and Old Fitzgerald.
Bottled-in-Bond bourbons are produced under strict regulations, including being distilled in a single distilling season at one distillery, aged in a federally bonded warehouse for at least four years, and bottled at 100 proof (50% alcohol by volume).
It has gained popularity among bourbon lovers for its affordability and approachability, making it a go-to choice for bartenders, enthusiasts, and casual whiskey fans alike.