As a reaction to widespread adulteration in American whiskey, the federal government came up with theBottled in Bond act in 1897. Being labeled Bottled in Bond requires that the whiskey be a product of a single season, using the grain of a single season, made by one distiller at a single distillery, and aged at least four years in a federal government-bonded warehouse. The whiskey must also not be cut to anything less than 100 proof (50% ABV). These rules are even more stringent than the U.S. standards for “Straight Whiskey.”
..................This shirt follows none of those requirements.