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But when it comes to whiskey, especially bourbon, we’re positively priggish when it comes to standards, rules and inviolable regulations. And no American standard is tighter and tougher than Bottled-in-Bond.
The term is tied to the Bottled-In-Bond Act of 1897, a piece of legislation originated by distillers to reduce the marketing tomfoolery of unscrupulous distributors, rectifiers, and hucksters who made upscale claims about downscale liquors. Knowing such a law could increase tax revenue…
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