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Not really and definitely not in the same way as it does for wine. When it comes to wine, the year to year seasonal variability in the grape crop can have a big impact on the final product. Different wine … Continue reading
Ever wonder why Jack Daniel’s calls itself “sour mash” whiskey? Ever since doing shot after shot after shot of Jack in college, I’ve always wondered what “sour mash” meant. It sure didn’t taste sour. Now that it’s been years and … Continue reading
Many years ago, I was in a Costco in Delaware when I discovered that Kirkland had a branded bottle of single malt from Macallan. Back then, I knew far less about scotch compared to today. I knew the name – … Continue reading
Chill filtering is the practice of cooling the whisky all the way down to 0°C, or lower for blended whisky, so you can filter out potential sediments (fatty acids, proteins and esters) created in the distillation process or passed along … Continue reading