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Since the Prohibition in the 1920s, whisky has not been distilled in Texas. Until in 2009 in an old welding shop converted into a distillery in Waco, Balcones Distilling began to run. Founded by a group of friends out of enthusiasm for traditionally distilled whisky with carefully selected ingredients. Balcones makes bourbon, but also single malt and rye whisky. And their specialty: whisky from the rich, oily 'blue corn'.
The Balcones Baby Blue is the first Texan whisky since the Prohibition in the 1920s. Made from roasted 'blue corn', an oily kind of corn. Balcones Distilling deliberately made a young but complex dram with this whisky. At 46%.
The young Texan distillery Balcones is always looking for whisky that stands out. It certainly succeeded with this Brimstone corn whisky. Smoked with sun-dried Texan oak, this is a combination of notes fresh fruit and a bold smokiness. At 53%.
The classic, traditional whisky distillation techniques are fully reflected in these Balcones '1' Texas Single Malt, but with ingredients adapted to the New World. With aromas and flavors such as toffee and overripe fruit, malt, honey, pears and cinnamon.
For those who love bourbon, the young Balcones Distilling offers a tempting alternative with this True Blue 100 corn whisky. Robust, with its 50%, but also subtle, complex, supple and fruity, with the characteristic notes of roasted corn.
Now also available at a hefty cask strength, the Balcones True Blue corn whisky. This American whisky is for 100% made from the full, oily corn type 'blue corn'. This bottling could therefore be a great alternative to bourbon whiskey. Worth trying! (63,1%
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