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. […]
Among spirits, bourbon has a rep for being sweet. That’s one of the reasons we love it so much. Humans are hard-wired to like sweet. When something sweet hits our taste buds, it sends a signal to the brain, and the brain says, “Damn straight, give me more.”
The 2020 rendition of Rebel Bourbon’s 10-Year Single Barrel Bourbon has arrived, and it’s like your birthday and Christmas all rolled into one. The annual debut of this special whiskey is something every hardcore bourbon fan looks forward to all year long.
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