Here is one of most sought out bottom shelf bourbons of all time. It is Heaven Hill 6 Year Old Bottled in Bond. This one has been discontinued by Heaven Hill but I still see it at several places in Kentucky when I am there. Distributors must have a ton of it still in there warehouses. It also was/is a Kentucky area release only. It used to be about 9-12 bucks all day long. Now when I do see it, it runs 20-23 bucks. It is the standard Heaven Hill mashbill 75% corn, 13% rye, and 12% malted barley. The color is brownish amber. The legs are thin and start to run fast but then slow down. The nose is sweet corn, vanilla, and lots of oak. The palate is the same as the nose but with some alcohol. But as you sip on it the alcohol dissipates and it is just enjoyable. It coats your mouth very nice with a almost creamy sensation. The finish is medium to long and the flavors linger with the oak hanging in there. I would say since this one is getting very hard to find a great alternative is the Evan Williams Bottled In Bond which I have already reviewed but added it below. It is a solid bourbon that is available everywhere.
23.0 USD per Bottle