Take your pick
how is blended a bad thing? i've heard many others express this opinion and wonder why you would think that.
i've tasted hundreds and hundreds of whiskies over the past decade and think that blue label is a really wonderful scotch. is it worth the price? that's up to you. good old whiskies are getting scarcer and more expensive these days, so i don't think it's too outrageous, but there are still better values in scotch.
as for the evan williams, i haven't tried that one yet. i've had several other bourbons of that age and to my palate, they have spent too long in wood. bourbon matures much more quickly than scotch as it is aged in new oak barrels and subject to very extreme variations of temperature every year, causing the whiskey to absorb the oak very quickly. every once in a while there is a batch that can achieve a great age and still remain balanced, but it's pretty rare. most of my favorite bourbons are between 6 and 15 years old.
if you go to a good bar, you should be able to find these and try them before you buy. the best way to decide!