Martin Mills 1974/24 years old

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Martin Mills, a name for a fictional distillery, was a bourbon bottled by Heaven Hill distillers in Kentucky for the Japanese export market. This incredible bourbon was barreled in 1974 and bottled 24 years later. Mash bill 75% corn, 13% rye & 12% barley. This is one of 4284 bottles.

Content 750ml - volume 53.5%

€ 4,995.00 4995.0 EUR € 4,995.00 VAT Included

€ 4,995.00 VAT Included

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    Martin Mills is a brandname used by Heaven Hill to bottle Bourbon for the Japanese domestic market. Heaven Hill Distilleries, Inc. is a private, American family-owned and operated distillery founded in 1935 and headquartered in Bardstown, Kentucky, that produces and markets the Heaven Hill brand of Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey and a variety of other distilled spirits. Its current distillery facility, called the Heaven Hill Bernheim distillery, is in Louisville, Kentucky. It is the seventh-largest alcohol supplier in the United States, the second-largest holder of bourbon whiskey inventory in the world, the largest, independent, family-owned and operated producer and marketer of distilled spirits in the United States, and the only large family-owned distillery company headquartered in Kentucky (not counting Brown-Forman Corporation, which is publicly traded but more than two-thirds family-controlled, or Sazerac Company, which is family-owned but headquartered in Louisiana).
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