Although whiskey has stood the test of time in always being there for thirsty drinkers, whiskey trends tend to come and go. As fun as it can be to jump on any whiskey-related bandwagon that comes along, it’s not fun for anyone to waste their time, money, or even a drink on a trend that isn’t worth it.
If you’re like us, you turn to whiskey when you want to raise a little hell. However, if you secretly think whiskey burns like hell as it’s going down, you’re not alone. Luckily, you don’t have to turn to your drinking partners to get the answers to your burning (pun intended) questions about whiskey. […]
Think you know all there is to about bourbon whiskey? Give these trivia questions a go and see how well you know the best spirit in the world. Answers below. […]
A bourbon whiskey mash bill is a combination of grains used in a distiller’s recipe to create the distiller’s beer. A mash bill consists of some percentage of corn, malted barley, rye, and/or wheat. Essentially, if it’s a whiskey or bourbon, it needs a mash bill to get the process started.
And that mash bill dramatically affects the balance and flavor of the spirit.
William Larue Weller was hell-bent on distilling a better bourbon.