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Heaven Hill 7 Year Old Straight Bourbon Whiskey 750ml Bottle

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Heaven Hill
7 Year Old Straight Bourbon Whiskey
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7 Year Old Straight Bourbon Whiskey 750ml
Heaven Hill distillery was founded in 1935, immediately after Prohibition ended in the United States in 1933, after a group of investors decided to be ready for the rebounding market. The investors including the famous Joseph L. Beam. Heaven Hill is located on a massive estate boasting 22 multi-story rick-houses across hundreds of acres of land. Now known as the “Heaven Hill Bernheim Distillery” they have the second-largest inventory of Bourbon Whiskey in the world. It is also the only remaining family-owned distillery in Kentucky. After retiring their hallmark 6-year-old bourbon, on June 24, 2019 Heaven Hill launched this 7-year-old Bottled-in-Bond flagship bourbon. This whiskey scored 92 points and ranked #4 on Whisky Advocate’s Top 20 Whiskies of 2019 which stated “This whiskey more than proves its merit. It’s explosive, bold, and buttery, with warm flavors of honey-roasted peanuts, caramel, chocolate, corn muffins, licorice, and cinnamon, all accented by notes of savory herbs, cloves, white pepper, tobacco, and an earthy undertone. Well-integrated big oak, sweetness, and spice combine to create grace, power, and length. This is pure bourbon bliss, at a very approachable price” (David Fleming, Whisky Advocate).
Beverage type:
Bourbon Whiskey
Alcohol Level:
50%
Bottle size:
750ml bottle Single
Tastes like:
Caramel
Blackberry
Sweet
Oak
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About the brand
Heaven Hill was founded by several investors shortly after the repeal of Prohibition in 1935, including a prominent distiller, Joseph L. Beam, and a member of the Shapira family. As the company developed, the five brothers of the Shapira family bought out the other investors. Joe Beam remained as Master Distiller, along with his youngest son, Harry. Descendants of the Shapira brothers own and operate the company today. All of the Master Distillers at Heaven Hill since its founding have been members of the Beam family. The original Master Distiller was Joseph L. Beam, Jim Beam's first cousin. He was followed by his son, Harry, who was followed by Earl Beam, the son of Jim Beam's brother, Park. Earl Beam was succeeded by the current Master Distillers, Parker Beam and his son, Craig Beam. The original name was "Old Heavenhill Springs" distillery. The company was founded as a bourbon distillery, and for most of its existence has concentrated on its flagship bourbon labels, Evan Williams and Elijah Craig. In the past two decades the company has expanded its portfolio, acquiring brands or obtaining import rights for gins, malt whiskey, vodkas, and other drinks. On November 7, 1996, Heaven Hill's production plant (registered plant DSP-KY-31) was almost completely destroyed by fire. The fire started in an aging warehouse and spread to other buildings and vehicles. 90,000 barrels of flammable bourbon were consumed. A "river of fire" flowed from the warehouses. From one account of the fire: "Flames leapt hundreds of feet into the air and lit the sky throughout the night. Witnesses reported seeing whiskey barrels explode and rocket across the sky like shooting stars ... a two-mile long stretch of the creek that supplied process water to the distillery was set ablaze for a brief time." The company survived the next several years through the provision of production capacity by its fellow local bourbon labels, Brown-Forman and Jim Beam, until its purchase and adaptation of the Bernheim distillery in Louisville (registered plant DSP-KY-1,) from Diageo in 1999. While fermenting, mashing, and distilling occurs at the new distillery, aging, bottling, and shipping still occur in Bardstown. With the 2003 acquisition of distribution rights to Hpnotiq, Heaven Hill greatly expanded their product base beyond bourbon. Hpnotiq is now the fourth highest selling imported liqueur in the US. While bourbon is still its main focus, Heaven Hill now distributes a wide variety of different products. The Heaven Hill company strongly emphasizes the history and traditions of bourbon in its public relations, highlighting the company's location in the historical home of bourbon-making and its status as the only such company still under local ownership. In 2004, the Heaven Hill Distilleries Bourbon Heritage Center was opened on the old distillery grounds, providing historical exhibits and guided tours of the plant. The company also hosts the annual Kentucky Bourbon Festival, and several of the company's brands are named after famous local distillers. Since 2010, Heaven Hill has invested more than $100m in distillery expansions, warehouse construction, and Bourbon tourism. In November 2018, Heaven Hill announced a $65m multi-year investment into expanding operations, which includes a renovation of the Bourbon Heritage Center.
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Raitings & Reviews (22)
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Paul F Earle
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Timely delivery and easy to track shipment.
Posted on Jun 27th, 2022
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Steve Verduyn
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Second time ordering from Frootbat. No problems! Gave good tracking information once order shipped. Very well packaged. Cost of product and shipping was on the high side or would have given 5 stars. Will likely order from again.
Posted on Jan 12th, 2022
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Greg Poghen
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Very Smooth Excellent Bourbon
Posted on Dec 14th, 2021
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Catalino Pinheiro
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Foundation: For a long time Paradise Slope Refinery created a white-name packaged in-bond whiskey that was matured six years and sold distinctly in the province of Kentucky. On account of its quality and generally $12 per bottle sticker price it was quite cherished and gotten a faction status among whiskey fans. Accordingly many were stunned and disillusioned when Paradise Slope declared in 2018 that it was ending the dearest packaged in-bond. Whiskey fans accumulated and stored containers and its worth soar on the auxiliary market. Only one year later however Paradise Slope likewise reported that it was coming to advertise with a substitute packaged in-bond offering. Matured seven years as opposed to six and broadly accessible as opposed to Kentucky-just the new Paradise Slope Tucker additionally conveyed an a lot heftier sticker price and retailed around $40 as opposed to $12. Regardless of its greater expense interest searchers gobbled up bottles as they showed up on racks and in numerous territories the refreshed Paradise Slope Napkin has accomplished a touch of scant designated status. Made with a pound bill of 78% corn 12% rye and 10% grain Whisky Backer magazine positioned the new contribution at number four on its rundown of Best Whiskies of 2019. NOSE: In a Glencairn a CH3)2CO/ethanol aroma makes it hard to perceive any contending notes. In the wake of changing to a Norlan glass which helps cover the liquor some corn notes and nuttiness were available. There was positively no trace of vanilla or caramel which is odd since practically all whiskey noses contain in any event a hint of those attributes. Sense of taste: The sweet corn and nuttiness that is available spot on become essentially increasingly unmistakable on the sense of taste to the point that all other discernable flavors are barred. It is a sweet and wonderful whiskey yet not very awfully complex by any measure. FINISH: The completion brings a suprising heat much like Da Bomb sauce on the Hot Ones YouTube appear. It is a long completion that just continues onward. Cinnamon and mint notes that create on the completion emulate the kinds of Large Red biting gum. Last Evaluation: The Paradise Slope 7-Year Packaged In-Bond is somewhat of a one note wonder in flavor however the one note is very much done. In spite of the fact that I have never inspected the past 6-Year offering I can comprehend why it was so well known given its incredibly moderate cost. At around $40 however the 7-Year form appears to be only a slight bit overrated. It is a totally fine whiskey however not the first I would snatch off of my rack even among every day sippers. I battle to comprehend why Whisky Backer magazine granted it 92 focuses and evaluated it so profoundly on its 2019 Best of… list.
Posted on Jul 29th, 2020
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Virginia Rocha
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Tasted this at a Seven Thousand Austin Paradise Slope tasting. Nose: sweet corn vanilla toffee. Generally speaking lovely. Taste: pleasant mouthfeel sweet tad of pepper in the back. Very little tannin Finish: long genuinely smooth given the confirmation.
Posted on Jul 26th, 2020
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Tasting Notes
Nose
Quintessential aromas of vanilla, caramel, and aged oak come forward. A trace of leather along with even fainter hints of tobacco and honey play in the background. It’s a little light considering the proof, but well balanced and pleasant overall.
Taste
Savory tobacco and leather notes come next, balanced against graham cracker and butterscotch. It has a lightweight, and somewhat dry mouthfeel. Despite this, the intensity of flavors is just right, inviting you back for more.
Finish
Medium to long, cinnamon spice and caramel sweetness find themselves in perfect balance to start it off. Oak mingles in, along with cherries and vanilla sweetness. The dryness present in the palate tapers off, allowing the sweeter notes to echo into the final moments of the finish. Nice overall, and quintessentially bourbon-esque.
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