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Laws Unveils 2024 Bottled-In-Bond Trio Featuring Bourbon, Rye, And Wheat Whiskeys

Laws 2024 Bottled-in-Bond Whiskeys bourbon rye wheat

Colorado distillers Laws Whiskey House has launched its 2024 line-up of limited-edition, seven-year-old Bottled in Bond Bourbon, Rye, and Wheat whiskeys

Colorado has quickly become one of America’s top spirits producing states. From Breckenridge Distillery and Leopold Bros to Tincup and Stranahan’s, the Centennial State continues to produce and bottle some of the finest whiskeys coming out of the US. One of the best is Laws Whiskey House, who just unveiled its 2024 Limited-Edition Bottled in Bond Whiskeys, featuring Bourbon, rye, and wheat bottlings.

The Laws 2024 Limited-Edition Bottled in Bond Whiskeys mark the first time the Colorado distillery has released three bonded expressions simultaneously. 

“I am very excited about the entire Laws Whiskey 2024 bottled in bond line-up.” says Al Laws, founder and president of Laws Whiskey House. “This year, we liked how the 7-year barrels tasted for the Four Grain Bourbon, as we were looking to elevate the sweet caramel notes. So, those who like a sweeter backbone to their bourbon are going to love this. Additionally, I particularly like the classic sour mash bourbon finish in the 2024 release.”

Laws 2024 Limited-Edition Bottled in Bond Whiskeys

  • 7-Year Bonded Bourbon: On the nose, the bourbon offers aromas of sweet florals, thyme, honey, and graham cracker. The palate brings rich flavors of walnut, grapefruit pith, dried stone fruit, and a lingering cedar finish. The mash bill comprises 60% corn, 20% heirloom wheat, 10% heirloom rye, and 10% heirloom malted barley. It is aged in new 53-gallon charred oak barrels, with a 50% ABV.
  • 7-Year Bonded Rye: Presents aromas of fresh pastry, cherry cola, and eucalyptus, alongside flavors of Red Hots candy, sweet sea grass, mandarin orange tea, and a bright, effervescent tea tree finish. It is made from 100% heirloom rye and aged in new 53-gallon charred oak barrels, with a 50% ABV.
  • 7-Year Bonded Wheat: The nose delivers aromas of apricot and turbinado sugar, along with flavors of cola, pastry dough, and licorice followed by a clean and peppery finish. The mash bill is 100% soft white Centennial spring wheat. It is aged in new 53-gallon charred oak barrels.

The grains in Laws’ whiskey are grown by the Cody Family Farm in the San Luis Valley of Colorado. At 7,500 feet of elevation, the rugged growing conditions of the valley impart unique flavor profiles to the grains including a distinct minerality that comes from the calcium- and mineral-rich soil of what used to be a prehistoric lake.

“The San Luis Valley Rye always has the most range with true vintage year terroir stemming from the grain. This year we elevated the brightness and strived for greater balance in its traditional flavor notes,” says Al Laws. “In the Bonded Centennial Wheat, balance was also the goal, with some focus on bringing root beer and/or sarsaparilla notes forward. These, coupled with the creamsicle elements, are what I like about this excellent summer sipper over ice.”

The Laws 2024 Limited-Edition Bottled in Bond Whiskeys are priced at $84.99 each and will be available in markets across the US and online via the brands official website.