What makes the whiskey Bottled in Bond.
In the late 1800s, store owners would often buy whiskey by the barrel straight from the distillers and add dyes or cut it with chemicals when they bottled it to increase their profits before selling it to customers. The U.S. government passed the Bottled in Bond Act to certify the quality of the whiskey. To earn this distribution, the whiskey had to be:
1. Distilled by a single distiller, during a single season, at a single distillery.
2. Matured in a Government Bonded Warehouse, for at least 4 years.
3. Bottled at 100 Proof.
Colour: Deep amber colour.