Early Times Bottled-in-Bond Bourbon Whisky

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Bottled-in-Bond 100 Proof


The U.S. Bottled-in-Bond Act was landmark legislation that set a high quality standard for bourbon in America. The Act required bourbon to be the product of one distillation season, one distiller and from one distillery, aged at least four years in secured federal warehouses, while bottled at 100 proof. These standards introduced a new era of guaranteed quality within the spirits industry. Early Times Bottled-In-Bond Bourbon is a tribute to that milestone in bourbon history.

Bottle of Early Times Bottled-in-Bond


Established in 1860, Early Times is a true American brand. The name itself is a tribute to the way whisky was made in the “Early Times” of the country. As the Twentieth Century arrived and distilling methods evolved to sophisticated operations, Early Times remained true to its roots as an old-style Kentucky bourbon.

The Whiskey That Made Kentucky Whiskies Famous

During the turbulent 1940s, Early Times proudly introduced Bottled-in-Bond Bourbon to the satisfaction of the heroic, hard-working men and women of that era. And in the decade that followed, Early Times became America’s top-selling bourbon.

Today, Early Times Bottled-in-Bond Bourbon carries on this rich heritage of the Early Times legacy.