Bourban, wiskey or wisky

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Re: Bourban, wiskey or wisky

Postby garublador » Mon Jan 09, 2012 11:36 am

I also got a bottle of Woodford Reserve (it was a good Christmas) and sadly I haven't quite "figured out" bourbon yet. Perhaps it's my expectations, but if I try it neat it burns more than I like but once I add water it seems to mellow out too much. I might need to be more careful about how much water I add.

My sister made me some jalapeno infused Jack Daniels for Christmas. We went to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter with my wife and mom last summer and while they had butter beer, they did not have fire whiskey and I was a bit disappointed. She made the whiskey as a joke. However, it's actually pretty good. It's hot enough that you know jalapenos were in it but it's not so hot that you can't drink it.
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Re: Bourban, wiskey or wisky

Postby Timko » Mon Jan 09, 2012 12:26 pm

Woodford has a good deal of wheat in it. That makes it a much more mellow whiskey. With a bit of water, even non-bourbon drinkers like it. Personally, I keep a bottle of 4 Roses Single Barrel around my house when going for the mellow taste, and a bottle of Basil Hydens or Knob Creek when I want something more agressive.

I have a bottle of bacon infused 4 Roses Yellow Label at home I made. I'm going to infuse it with smoke next to make Ryan Maybee's famous Smoke'N'Choke.
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