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It's a bit unclear, with this American whiskey brand Michter’s. The Michter’s distillery, near Schaefferstown, Pennsylvania, was closed in 1989 and probably has since been demolished. What still comes on the market as Michter’s whiskey must be old bottlings. There would also be bottles under the name Michter’s on the market that have nothing to do with the old distillery.
A special bottling for the French La Maison du Whisky, this Michter’s bourbon whiskey. We don't dare say how old this bourbon is, but that could be surprising. Michter's bourbon is made according to a recipe from 1753. (45.7%)
Sour mash and bourbon whiskey are very similar in the production process. The difference can be compared to that between sourdough and fermented bread. To investigate the difference between sour mash whiskey and bourbon, this ageless bottle is a good opti
Michter’s calls this bottling an Unblended American Whiskey because it cannot be called a bourbon: the whiskey matured not in new oak barrels, but in ex-bourbon barrels. That maturation on bourbon ensures at least a more intense, fuller taste!
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