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Early Times Bottled In Bond Bourbon Review

Early Times Bottled in Bond

By Richard Thomas Rating: B Nowadays Early Times has a reputation as a palatable, but firmly bottom shelf whiskey, a status underlined by its American designation* as a “Kentucky whisky” rather than a Kentucky bourbon. The brand got that title in 1983, back when Maker’s Mark was the only premium bourbon around and rubble from the 1970s world whiskey crash ...

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Early Times Introducing A Bottled In Bond

Brown-Forman is expanding the Early Times brand by adding a bottled in bond expression. Introduced in 1940, Early Times is now known as the most recognizable of the “American whiskeys,” or whiskeys that because they are aged in used oak barrels cannot be referred to as bourbon, rye, wheat or malt whiskey. As such, Early Times is labeled “Kentucky Whiskey” ...

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