Evan Williams Black is a fine, easy-to-drink Bourbon named after Evan Williams who, in 1783, opened the first commercial distillery in Kentucky on the banks of the Ohio River.
Today, Evan Williams is second in sales of Kentucky Straight Bourbon whiskey in the U.S. and from the world, distilled just a few blocks from where Evan himself built his distillery.
Light, vanilla and mint.
Notes of oak, brown sugar and caramel.
Medium to long.