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.
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.
Really surprised. Was tricked into this one at a cigar and car event. Pleasant. Nicely balanced and best straight
An anytime whiskey. Very pleasant. Nice finish
Some fruit overtones
Definitely worth every penny
Super smooth, not sweet, This is what I drink when I can't have Pappy ( face it, that is damn near all the time)
Dollar for Dollar a solid Whiskey.
Not my favorite Evan Williams dram. A bit too spicy for my taste.
great taste, great price!
Great bang for your buck!
Not as good as single barrel jack but for half the price it's a great drink on ice you can share
Great flavor for the $$
It was good, but I really could not taste the difference between it and Evan Williams Black.
This is a staple in my home bar because it's delicious and one of the least expensive single barrel bottles you will find.
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.
For the price, it’s nice. Splash of water to open it up or over ice and I can enjoy for hours!
This is what a fine fall evening should taste like.
Super smooth and balanced , hints of vanilla spices etc. excellent bourbon for the money
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.
Smells very floral/fruity. Has that signature Evan Williams spice when warm. Very smooth when cold.
Great flavor and finish. Will always have a bottle on hand.
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
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.
Pretty good, but this batch seemed a little harsh. Still, a lot of flavor and a nice finish.
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.
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.
Very smooth and flavorful
Very mild nice finish. Sit on the porch friendly
Solid and good.
Huge bang for your buck.
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.
Vanilla Spice, a nice change of pace!
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.
Best single barrel for the money
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.
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.
Pretty good for a $30 bottle of bourbon. Less sweet than many bourbons with a smoky streak.