Evan Williams Single Barrel Bourbon

Evan Williams Single Barrel Bourbon

(0.75l, 43.3%)


7.3/10
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$31.99
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A true American.

Evan Williams was a true American pioneer and one of the first distillers in the USA who started exploiting corn. He was known as a jack-of-all-trades, a master in one – making corn into damn fine Bourbon. Sure the distillery (Heaven Hill) producing this Whiskey has nothing to do with the original distillery made by Evan, but the respect for the man and his trade made them carry his name, and they’re certainly proud of that.

The Evan Williams Single Barrel Vintage is bottled solely from one barrel, selected by Master Distillers Parker and Craig Beam. It is vintage dated, meaning each bottle is marked with the vintage date it was put into oak and the year it was bottled. Depending on which month the Whiskey was bottled in, it is either nine or 10 year old.

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oak
vanilla
spicy
candy
cinnamon
smoky
corn
sweet cherry
tobacco
What does Evan Williams Single Barrel Bourbon taste like?

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Straight Bourbon must be matured for at least 2 years. If a bottle does not bear an age it is at least 4 years old.

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Amber.

Smell / Nose / Aroma
The battle of sweet and spicy, where no one wins. Vanilla, cinnamon and oak are omnipresent.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
The combination of soft and dry with some smoke to it.

Finish
Big, with heat on the finish that just tells you that the story doesn’t end with one glass…
Ratings & Reviews
David
David,
If you like sweet, this is a good, inexpensive bottle for you. Not much complexity and an almost non-existent finish.
 
JeRay
JeRay,
Great as a mixer but it's a no on being a sipper.
 
Harrison
Harrison,
I thought that this one had great initial flavor, but finished with a smokiness that quickly faded. It would supplement a cocktail just fine, but not an outstanding single barrel.
 
Jeff
Jeff,
The front end taste was lighter than I expected. The backend was rougher followed with a burn. Much better in a mixed drink than by the dram.
 
Jeramy
Jeramy,
Nose: green tea, cinnamon, walnuts, açaí berry Mouth: nutty, something sort of stale tasting, grass, avacado, Finish: medium length. Not so nice
 
Paige
Paige,
For an Evan Williams product, it’s okay. On the nose it’s extremely spicy with hints of vanilla that peak through. The palette is slightly smoky but the continuance of spice made it difficult to depict other attributes in the bourbon even through the finish. As an experiment to give this bourbon a complete review, I added a few drops of water and let it set for a couple of minutes. Oak and cinnamon became present on the nose while simultaneously taming the spiciness down. The finish became more apparent with a fruity and almost raisin like subtlety which ultimately enhanced the overall profile of this Single Barrel. IMO, there are other products of similar value with more complexity that I prefer. I can’t hate on Evan Williams, it’s just not my cup of tea.
 
Aaron
Aaron,
I didn't care for this one. Has a pronounced nuttiness to me, something I associate with cheaper bourbon and that prevents me from finding redeeming qualities.
 
guest
guest,
It’s good
 
JeRay
JeRay,
The wifey and I are Evan Williams green label fan but this Evan is smooth tasting and have me coming back for round 4. I'm a have to put Green label to the side for awhile
 
E&J
E&J,
Good enough
 
Matthew
Matthew,
Solid bourbon, would be good for mixing
 
Dwight
Dwight,
It’s like a big bowl of caramel corn - caramel notes with a bunch of sweet corn dust
 
David
David,
You can find better bourbons if you want to spend more money, but this is one the best at this price point.
 
Zachary
Zachary,
Evan Williams is my go to mixed bourbon, the $15 bottle. This on the other hand tasted smooth right out of the bottle.
 
Seth
Seth,
It’s a really great single barrel bourbon, spicy and smooth. The price makes this bourbon even better! You can’t get many bourbons this good under $30 and after trying this one, you might not want to spend more this again. Keep this one on hand, and those who mix and those that keep it neat will both be happy.
 
Mathew
Mathew,
For under $25, hard to pass up.
 
Clay
Clay,
Pleasantly surprising flavor
 
guest
guest,
Smooth with a splash of Cola
 
Jimmy
Jimmy,
Good for the money, but not better than Trace. Smooth going down, but after taste is not as good as others
 
Zack
Zack,
aroma is a little boring, flavor and complexity is good, price is excellent
 
Luke
Luke,
Nose: corn, oak Taste: sweet corn, mild fruit medley, medium oily finish with some burn
 
Thomas
Thomas,
Good mixer
 
Richard
Richard,
Not a fan of the finish.
 
Steve
Steve,
Great flavor and for the price can’t go wrong.
 
guest
guest,
Good overall quality for a cheaper bourbon. Seems to have a bit of a nutty finish. Worth the $26 I paid for it.
 
guest
guest,
It is an enjoyable and affordable bourbon. You can taste the, vanilla, spiciness, oak, cherry smoke and cinnamon. Makes a nice maple old fashioned
 
Barry
Barry,
One of the best for the price. Great "every day" bourbon.
 
Todd
Todd,
Best Evan Williams I've had.
 
Joshua
Joshua,
A favorite among friends and family, this smooth single barrel bourbon is perfect for sipping or mixing. I enjoy it with two ice cubes and a few moments to breathe. My go-to bourbon that is a pleasure on my palate - full of tones of vanilla, caramel and oak.
 
Jose
Jose,
It’s a well balanced bourbon. Loved it’s aroma even before adding a few drops of water. It’s long on the palate and it’s subtle sweetness remains asking you to try some more..
 
Dale
Dale,
Smooth and good taste
 
Robert
Robert,
good for mixing
 
Brent
Brent,
Nice and smooth
 
Leah
Leah,
So disappointing. The quality of the EW SiB has really gone down over the years. Many other great things in the same price range, so don't waste your time.
 
Khrystia
Khrystia,
This is smooth, what a nice surprise as I thought that being this economical in pricing the taste wouldn't be so smooth.
 
Mike
Mike,
You will not find a better bourbon at this price point.
 
Jeff
Jeff,
Great bourbon for the price!
 
Jonathan
Jonathan,
"Nose - 4.25 Taste - 3.75 Aftertaste - 4.00 Overall - 3.95"
 
Kevin
Kevin,
Meh. Good value, I guess, but I can't get excited about it. It's been sitting on my kitchen counter for a year now.
 
John
John,
Really surprised. Was tricked into this one at a cigar and car event. Pleasant. Nicely balanced and best straight
 
Lynn
Lynn,
An anytime whiskey. Very pleasant. Nice finish Some fruit overtones
 
Londale
Londale,
Definitely worth every penny
 
Joe
Joe,
Super smooth, not sweet, This is what I drink when I can't have Pappy ( face it, that is damn near all the time)
 
Jesse
Jesse,
Dollar for Dollar a solid Whiskey.
 
Ron
Ron,
Not my favorite Evan Williams dram. A bit too spicy for my taste.
 
Dennis
Dennis,
great taste, great price!
 
Michael
Michael,
Great bang for your buck!
 
Luke
Luke,
Not as good as single barrel jack but for half the price it's a great drink on ice you can share
 
Scott
Scott,
Great flavor for the $$
 
Marc
Marc,
It was good, but I really could not taste the difference between it and Evan Williams Black.
 
Bryan
Bryan,
This is a staple in my home bar because it's delicious and one of the least expensive single barrel bottles you will find.
 
Kerry
Kerry,
Least favorite bottle I’ve picked up so far. Very strong ethanol on the nose and palette. Tastes good with Coke, but more than I’d prefer to spend on a mixer.
 
guest
guest,
For the price, it’s nice. Splash of water to open it up or over ice and I can enjoy for hours!
 
Jeffrey
Jeffrey,
This is what a fine fall evening should taste like.
 
guest
guest,
Super smooth and balanced , hints of vanilla spices etc. excellent bourbon for the money
 
Craig
Craig,
Mediocre bourbon
 
Tristan
Tristan,
I think this is a good price for what you get. A little thin on the palate, but otherwise a overall decent expression of an already decent value Bourbon.
 
guest
guest,
Smells very floral/fruity. Has that signature Evan Williams spice when warm. Very smooth when cold.
 
Melissa
Melissa,
Great flavor and finish. Will always have a bottle on hand.
 
Gordon
Gordon,
This is an incredibly good whiskey for the money, and one of my favorites. Really good flavor and balance of a little burn with a very smooth finish
 
Eric
Eric,
Is, and will continue to be, my house bottle. For the money, there is no better bourbon. I would argue, no better whisk(e)y, for the money, period. As reliable as it gets.
 
Sean
Sean,
Pretty good, but this batch seemed a little harsh. Still, a lot of flavor and a nice finish.
 
michael
michael,
Love it!!!
 
Thomas
Thomas,
It's okay. I'm a huge single barrel / small batch guy and this bourbon left me wanting. Spend an extra 10 bucks and get a good bottle. This bottle proves the adage, you get what you pay for.
 
Tad
Tad,
Evan Williams has always been my go to bourbon. For the price, I personally believe it holds up against the more expensive, more well known brands across the board. The single barrel takes everything I love about Evan and refines it into one fine smooth whiskey.
 
Steve
Steve,
Very smooth and flavorful
 
Lynn
Lynn,
Very mild nice finish. Sit on the porch friendly
 
Michael
Michael,
Solid and good.
 
Kevin
Kevin,
Nice👌🏽
 
JT
JT,
Huge bang for your buck.
 
Joseph
Joseph,
Starts sweet with hints of vanilla and spice and finishes smoky and peppery. Solid bourbon for the money, but you won't mistake it for some of the more expensive single barrels. Great every day sipping spirit. I'd say it is comparable to Buffalo Trace.
 
Aaron
Aaron,
Vanilla Spice, a nice change of pace!
 
Harold
Harold,
I really enjoyed this. The taste was very smooth. I tried straight and with a splash of club soda. Both were very satisfying. I would definitely buy another bottle.
 
guest
guest,
Best single barrel for the money
 
Alex
Alex,
For the price it can't be beat. Well rounded flavor that is an excellent quick pick that will surely please at all levels. Could easily charge a lot more and still compete, so at this price, I'll give it an extra star.
 
guest
guest,
There are times you don't want to drop a lot of coin for a solid & smooth bourbon. While bottles can have some slight differences in flavor profile due to lack of blending, each bottle I've consumed was pretty damn good! Great by itself and awesome for an Old-Fashion. I've also used to blend with a rye in a Manhattan with nice results.
 
Daniel
Daniel,
Pretty good for a $30 bottle of bourbon. Less sweet than many bourbons with a smoky streak.
 
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