Bottled in Bond

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Bottled in Bond

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Not many left,Heaven Hill makes most: http://www.whiskeyprof.com/bottled-in-bond/
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I'll drink to that.....CHEERS!!
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Here in Texas we are still able to buy Tom Moore, bottled in bond, a Barton product. Very good bourbon.
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Thanks! I enjoyed reading the article. :)
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Hmmm...I had forgotten all about Tom Moore,it was sold in Calif. in the 60's and maybe 70's ....I see the bottles no longer have a 'Bond stamp' attached to the caps nowadays,those were kind of neat,made you feel like you were getting something special.
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Yeah, those tax stamps were neat. Informative as well because they also listed the seasons of distilling and bottling.
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