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Bourbon is an American whisky, named after the Bourbon County district where many distilleries can be found. The basic raw material for bourbon is maize, possibly with other grains. The distillery may only be called bourbon after at least two years of aging in oak barrels. Bourbon is at least 40% ABV.
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!
Just a bit different bourbon than the famous names. And for a very reasonable price. This Old Bardstown Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey aged for about 6 years and shows a wide range of aromas and flavors, from citrus to syrup, smoke and wood.
For about 170 years, the Rebel Yell Distillery in Kentucky has taken a different approach to making bourbon whiskey from the others: instead of rye alongside corn as the main ingredient, they use wheat. That results in a traditional but original bourbon.
Tennessee whiskey is actually a type of bourbon whiskey that cannot be called bourbon due to legislation. The Japanese Acorn bottled this American whiskey when it was 8 years old and at a cask strength of 58.6%, and affixed the romantic 'Musicienne' label
This straight bourbon whiskey from the Widow Jane Distillery in Brooklyn, NY, is a single barrel bottling that matured 10 years on new American oak. It is an intense and complex bourbon, bottled at 45.5%, non-chillfiltered or colored.
Certainly also in view of the price, a good entry-level bourbon, this Wild Turkey 101. Matured in heavily-charred barrels of new white oak and bottled at a robust ABV of 50.5%. A bourbon whiskey to have in your bar as standard.
The Wild Turkey Distilling Co. in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky releases a solid straight bourbon whiskey with this bottling at 58.4%. A bourbon full of fruit, but also with chocolate and spices such as cinnamon. Not an average bourbon in any case.
Distilled in a limited edition and bottled in a decanter in the shape of a pot still. A special Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey, this Willet Pot Still Reserve, with notes of vanilla lemon cake in the nose and caramel, vanilla, spices and citrus. 47%.
For those who want to try bourbon whiskey, or those who want to go deeper than the standard bourbon, we can recommend the Woodford Reserve Distiller’s Select. Produced in the original way, in copper pot stills. And at a reasonable price.
One by Valentine Distilling Co. traditionally produced bourbon that has matured on American oak for four years. For those who want to go a little deeper than the standard bourbon whiskey.
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