Every so often, I’m reminded of my most popular review on/r/bourbon. Wait… no, it wasn’t. Looking back it mostly just the one that, 2 year ago, did alright and had people talking.
What am I blathering on about, you may ask? A Heaven Hill that was in Scotland released from Cadenheads. I declared it my best bourbon ever, and stand by that to this day, with maybe one other tying it.
Since then I’ve been fortunate enough to try this rare experiment again and again. I’ve discovered there’s a subsection of bourbons released in Europe that are more mellow, more “Scotch-like” than their new world counterparts.
That brings us to the next logical step, of course.Heaven Hill 9 North Staris another Euro bourbons, sourced from Heaven Hill after being aged the minimum amount of time in America, and then aged some time in Europe.
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