Bourbon Whiskey Bottled in Bond

Bottled in Bond Bourbon Whiskey

The Bottled In Bond Act of 1897 was created to regulate the quality of American whiskeys. Before this act was passed, whiskey had few regulatory guidelines and was often adulterated with additives and colorants.

After the act was passed, distilleries could label their whiskey as Bottled In Bond if it met specific criteria.

American Whiskey has of course become far more regulated since 1897. Present day Bottled In Bond whiskeys use the term to signify a true grain to bottle product. Every Oregon Spirit Bottled In Bond barrel is carefully selected by our distillers, and is bottled and stamped with its unique barrel code to showcase what makes that particular barrel a part of our single barrel program.

Flavor Notes:
Kettle Corn, Dark Fruit, Caramel, Vanilla

Proof: 100

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What Specifically Makes it Bottled in Bond?

To be considered Bottled in Bond the spirit must be a product of one distillation season and one distiller from one distillery.

It must be barreled and stored in bonded warehouses under the U.S. government supervision for no less than 4 years.

The alcoholic strength of the spirit in bottle must not be less than 100 proof.

Nothing but water can be added after barrel aging, ensuring the product is not sweetened or force aged.