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Evan Williams Black

Evan Williams Black 

 

Treat yourself to a taste of real American Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey. The condition for the designation of Straight Bourbon whiskey, in addition to at least two years aging in unused oak casks (unlike Scotch whiskey casks which are used repeatedly), is a minimum proportion of  51% corn distillate and 40% alcohol. Evan Williams Bourbon is even aged for six years and has 43% alcohol, making it the second best-selling bourbon in the U.S. and also worldwide. The recipe has been held since 1783, when on the banks of the Ohio River, Mr. Evan Williams began production of this popular bourbon. Did you know that most American bourbon gets its name from the real person who originated the particular recipe and production process? Unlike Scotch whiskey, which bears the name of the company, which produces it.