Evan Williams White Label Bourbon
A bottle of Evan Williams' higher-strength white label at 100 proof. Evan Williams is revered as the first ever commercial distiller in Kentucky (he started in 1783). Today, the whiskey bearing his name is made by Heaven Hill and is the second-biggest bourbon brand in the US.
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Evan Williams Black Label Bourbon
Our Kentucky Straight Bourbon is full of character and simply done right. Named after Evan Williams, who opened Kentucky’s First Distillery along the banks of the Ohio River in 1783, it’s aged far longer than required by law. The result is a Bourbon that’s smooth, rich, and easy to enjoy.
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