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Parker’s Heritage Collection

Time to fill in some gaps… Parker’s Heritage Collection

Time to fill in some gaps… My recent survey of the large Kentucky distilleries surprised me. After a few years of tenacious tasting, I have now tried a representative sample of the bourbons from all the big players in America’s most important whiskey-making state. However, I also noticed a few conspicuous blank spaces in my experience, which I resolved to remedy as soon as possible. My recent survey of the large Kentucky distilleries surprised me. After a few years of tenacious tasting, I have now tried a representative sample of the bourbons from all the big players in America’s most important whiskey-making state. However, I also noticed a few conspicuous blank spaces in my experience, which I resolved to remedy as soon as possible. A consistent theme is that these “missing” whiskeys are limited editions, of the type that disappear before they ever hit store shelves. This makes sense; there’s no reason that I would not be able to try a readily available whiskey about which I was curious. However, based partly on a steadfast refusal to pay a significant markup to SRP, I sometimes pass by highly sought-after bottles when I see them. Though I have the moral satisfaction of not giving my money to someone trying to take advantage, my curiosity remains unsatisfied. A consistent theme is that these “missing” whiskeys are limited editions, of the type that disappear before they ever hit store shelves. This makes sense; there’s no reason that I would not be able to try a readily available whiskey about which I was curious. However, based partly on a steadfast refusal to pay a significant markup to SRP, I sometimes pass by highly sought-after bottles when I see them. Though I have the moral satisfaction of not giving my money to someone trying to take advantage, my curiosity remains unsatisfied. I remain convinced that the quotidian whiskeys – those everyday drinkers available everywhere at a reasonable cost – are a more important criteria for grading a distillery than a rare bottle with a price tag out of reach for most working folks. However, tasting the top of the range can also be educational, particularly for those of us looking to form a complete picture of what a given distillery is capable of. I remain convinced that the quotidian whiskeys – those everyday drinkers available everywhere at a reasonable cost – are a more important criteria for grading a distillery than a rare bottle with a price tag out of reach for most working folks. However, tasting the top of the range can also be educational, particularly for those of us looking to form a complete picture of what a given distillery is capable of. Today’s whiskeys are from the Heaven Hill Distillery, one of the great sources of value in bourbon. From prices in the mid-teens dollars up to the fifties and above, there’s an exceedingly tasty Heaven Hill whiskey to fit most every budget. This is due, in no small part, to the contribution to that distillery made by Parker Beam in his tenure as Master Distiller. Today’s whiskeys are from the Heaven Hill Distillery, one of the great sources of value in bourbon. From prices in the mid-teens dollars up to the fifties and above, there’s an exceedingly tasty Heaven Hill whiskey to fit most every budget. This is due, in no small part, to the contribution to that distillery made by Parker Beam in his tenure as Master Distiller. We haven’t talked much about Parker Beam in this space. He’s been mentioned a few times in passing, usually in the context of the Deatsville rickhouses (pictured above and rumored to be his favorite location from which to pull barrels) or just generally as one of the legendary distillers of recent times. I’m happy that the day has come to finally give the great man his due. We haven’t talked much about Parker Beam in this space. He’s been mentioned a few times in passing, usually in the context of the Deatsville rickhouses (pictured above and rumored to be his favorite location from which to pull barrels) or just generally as one of the legendary distillers of recent times. I’m happy that the day has come to finally give the great man his due. Born in 1941, Earl Parker Beam was as close as any to “Bourbon Royalty,” being the grandnephew of Jim Beam. Apprenticing at Heaven Hill under his father Earl Beam (Master Distiller since 1946), Parker assumed the Master Distiller position after 15 years, in 1975. He was responsible for developing some of the best-known Heaven Hill brands such as Elijah Craig and Evan Williams. Born in 1941, Earl Parker Beam was as close as any to “Bourbon Royalty,” being the grandnephew of Jim Beam. Apprenticing at Heaven Hill under his father Earl Beam (Master Distiller since 1946), Parker assumed the Master Distiller position after 15 years, in 1975. He was responsible for developing some of the best-known Heaven Hill brands such as Elijah Craig and Evan Williams. Like his contemporaries (Booker, Elmer, and Jimmy) who have shaped the world of bourbon, Parker is known to bourbon fans by his first name. This is also a reflection of the man’s reputed humility; he described himself as “chief cook and bottle washer,” reflecting the glamourless, jack-of-all-trades nature of running a distillery in the lean years. Parker remained a cattle farmer as a sideline until late into his life. Despite his humble bearing, Parker became a bourbon celebrity as he toured the trade show circuit with his aforementioned Master Distiller friends, singing the praises of America’s indigenous whiskey when interest was at a low ebb. Like his contemporaries (Booker, Elmer, and Jimmy) who have shaped the world of bourbon, Parker is known to bourbon fans by his first name. This is also a reflection of the man’s reputed humility; he described himself as “chief cook and bottle washer,” reflecting the glamourless, jack-of-all-trades nature of running a distillery in the lean years. Parker remained a cattle farmer as a sideline until late into his life. Despite his humble bearing, Parker became a bourbon celebrity as he toured the trade show circuit with his aforementioned Master Distiller friends, singing the praises of America’s indigenous whiskey when interest was at a low ebb. As for Parker’s Heritage Collection: beginning in 2007, Heaven Hill began an annual release to honor Parker. Heaven Hill maintains its own page for the series. Unlike, say, the Buffalo Trace Antique Collection, there’s no year-to-year consistency in terms of style or even the type of whiskey, which will quickly become apparent from the three very different subjects of today’s review. As for Parker’s Heritage Collection: beginning in 2007, Heaven Hill began an annual release to honor Parker. Heaven Hill maintains its own page for the series. Unlike, say, the Buffalo Trace Antique Collection, there’s no year-to-year consistency in terms of style or even the type of whiskey, which will quickly become apparent from the three very different subjects of today’s review.

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