It began on January 17, 2010, and concluded on May 29, 2010—102 days, or just a couple days shy of three and one-half months. We have been keeping a diary about the development of the whiskey, and now we are
We have crowed before over this fun product—the Wasmund’s Age-It-Yourself Whiskey kit. Now, we’re giving it a whirl. We’ll update this little diary as the whiskey ages. Speaking of which… January 17, 2011 First, we filled the cask with water.
Over at A Cook Walks Into a Bar, we see a very nice post on a visit to the Copper Fox Distillery of Sperryville, Virginia. This distillery makes the Wasmund’s brand of whiskeys, which include both aged and unaged barley
I love it! For about $100 you get 2 bottles of 124 proof rye whiskey and a two-liter charred American oak mini-barrel. This product enables the whiskey enthusiast to see the incredible effects that barrel aging has on whiskey. Take