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A short course in Bonded Bourbon.

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History lesson: in 1897, Congress passed the Bottled-in-Bond Act which established the standards for Old Grand-Dad and other Bonded whiskeys. Old Grand-Dad is still bottled in Bond under U.S. government supervision.

100 is perfect. Bonded Bourbon must be 100 proof.
No more. No less.

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Final exam. You need only one sip to recognize the clearly superior quality and taste of Old Grand-Dad.

Old Grand-Dad Bonded is authentic Kentucky sour-mash Bourbon, made with clear limestone water, the finest grains, and aged in new charred-oak barrels.

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Only Bonded whiskeys have a green tax stamp. It's your guarantee that the whiskey is at least four years old. Old Grand-Dad Bonded is always aged longer.

Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey. 100 proof.
Bottled in Bond. Old Grand-Dad Distillery Co., Frankfort, Ky. 40601.
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