The Significance of Aging Bourbon

The Significance of Aging Bourbon

  What is the significance of aging Bourbon? There is no official minimum number of years that bourbon has to age. However, the amber color and many of its flavors are¬†directly the results of aging in a charred new white oak barrel. The mash bill along with the...

Barrel’s Behind the Bourbon

  Today we will take a brief look at the barrels behind the bourbon. The beautiful color of bourbon and many of the complex flavors arrive through the process of aging in a charred new white oak barrel. When the white dog comes out of the still it has some flavor...

True Definition of Bourbon

The true definition of bourbon will explain what is necessary for a whiskey to be labeled a bourbon. Corn Liquor, moonshine, white dog, and Kentucky lightning are all terms for the clear alcohol that is the foundation for all Bourbons.  Kentucky has been producing...