They are looking for an more economical way to add age to their bourbon.
bourbonv wrote:That is interesting. I did not get any spice out of the sample, but I do have to think that the samples may be from different barrels. Do you know if the sample you had was from a single barrel or a mingling of mutiple barrels? That could make a difference in the product. I think the sample Susan had was from a single barrel, but I am not sure.
bourbonv wrote:I would rather see some bourbon made the way they did the gold wax 101 bourbon from the late 70s.
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