woody
pralines
tannic
cinnamon
toasted
oak
vanilla
toffee
leather
Spiral Heaven Hill 7 Year Old Bottled in Bond

Heaven Hill
7 Year Old Bottled in Bond
Reviews and Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Burnished Copper.

Nose / Aroma / Smell
The aroma is classic Bourbon with toasted oak, vanilla, and English toffee along with a hint of saddle leather.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
The wood takes center stage on the palate along with graham cracker crumble, pralines, and tannins.

Finish
The finish is medium length with notes of cinnamon toast.
Price:
$111.99
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Heaven Hill 7 Year Old Bottled in Bond is adored for its woody, pralines, tannic and cinnamon flavor notes.

This Bourbon is carefully distilled at Heaven Hill distillery, United States.

Based on 71 votes, the average rating for Heaven Hill 7 Year Old Bottled in Bond is 7.6/10.

Top reviews for Heaven Hill 7 Year Old Bottled in Bond:

— This is some delicious juice. The most pleasant surprise I’ve had in a while.

— Nice offering form HH..it has lots of cinnamon but. Not too much.

— Fantastic bourbon all around. Perhaps there are just as good of bourbons for a similar or lesser cost, but definitely not underwhelmed after all the build up and lore. Paid $40 for it in Florida. That’s a reasonable cost for it.
  • Category
  • Style
    Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey
  • Region
    Kentucky
  • Country
    United States
  • Alcohol
    50%
  • Distillery
    Heaven Hill Distillery
  • Age
    7 Year Old

Heaven Hill 7 Year Old Bottled in Bond

(0.75l, 50%)


7.6/10
Ratings & Reviews
Member Reviews and Ratings of Heaven Hill 7 Year Old Bottled in Bond
Ron
Ron,
Solid bourbon@$42 which is what I paid, would never pay what flavier is asking, little spicier then I like but finish is sweet so it balances it out.
 
Nathan
Nathan,
Light vanilla, peanut & oak on the nose. The palate is moderately thick and round with lots of caramel & vanilla. The finish is moderate to long with cinnamon and vanilla.
 
Carl
Carl,
Fantastic bourbon all around. Perhaps there are just as good of bourbons for a similar or lesser cost, but definitely not underwhelmed after all the build up and lore. Paid $40 for it in Florida. That’s a reasonable cost for it.
 
Tyler
Tyler,
Great pour. Nutty finish, very smooth.
 
Richard
Richard,
This is some delicious juice. The most pleasant surprise I’ve had in a while.
 
Nick
Nick,
This is a decent bottle of bourbon. It's not very complex, though. I got it for 40 bucks and felt like I over paid for it. $115 for this is absurd!
 
phillip
phillip,
Very nice sweet smooth slight nutty finish looking forward to trying the green lable
 
luke
luke,
Its fine. It is the new version of a 20 dollar whiskey with an extra year. Flaviar trying to sell it for over a 100. Lol 😆 I'm getting pretty sick of flaviar. Anyone else? Its more insulting to try to gouge ur members than just not offer them anything.
Ron
Ron,
Agreed, that's the whole reason to pay for a subscription, to get good prices on bottles, I can get price gouged at my local store
Joshua
Joshua,
This only costs $42 where i live. about $40 is the right price for this. It is good but it didn't really blow me away.
 
Robert
Robert,
Pretty f’n good. Definitely in my top tier. Which means top 3.
 
Earl
Earl,
Great taste, great buy and good price at $30-$40. I hope it can remain at this price.
 
Michael
Michael,
Way too pepper-forward. Maybe a bit more enjoyable if the price point was $35-40
 
Mark
Mark,
Very nice!
 
Kevin
Kevin,
Great flavor and very easy to drink, especially for 100 proof
 
Erik
Erik,
The old Heaven Hill BiB was a fantastic buy, then they changed the label and made it 7yr instead of 6yr while jacking the price up from $15 to $45. Unfortunately the fancy new label and extreme price hike did not coincide with an increase in quality of the actual whiskey in the bottle.
 
Doug
Doug,
Excellent sipping bourbon!
 
John
John,
Spicy. Rye comes out more than I expected given its mash bill stating 10% rye. Cinnamon. Nutmeg. Dark berries. Slight sweetness that's more appreciated with a bit of water. There's some heat when taken neat, which isn't bad at all. But adding water balances the flavors and heat a bit better. The finish is nice with the spice lingering on the palate. Nice sipping bourbon.
 
Rita
Rita,
Nice offering form HH..it has lots of cinnamon but. Not too much.
 
Daniel
Daniel,
Value issue - White Label BIB 6 yr - 15.99; New Label 7yr - 49.99 (or $70+ on Flaviar, lol). This is a solid offering by HH, but its going to take a while for this pricepoint to feel good after enjoying the 6yr product for so long.
 
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