FDR Jones: cptjeff: Jack is a bourbon. Not a very good one, mind you, and they don't like to use the word because they like to pretend that "Tennessee Whiskey" is somehow different. In reality, it's legally defined as bourbon made in Tennessee where it's defined at all, the term is just marketing. There are other bourbons that do the charcoal filtering, and "sour mash" is a process, not a type of whiskey, and is used in nearly all bourbons and ryes.Many bourbons are filtered, yes, but after barreling. JD filters the white dog. Also, straight bourbon can have no flavor added that isn't grain, yeast, water, or charred oak. JD uses sugar maple charcoal.
alienated: doglover: Beer I guess could be aged, buy why?Well, I like big old barleywines, but am not a hophead. I find that letting sierra nevada bigfoot sit @ 35 d F for about 5-9 months mellows the hop bite. ymmv.
Forsythe P. Jones: <b>doglover:</b> I left out the 'Tussin?
Iron Felix: I did not know that.
Iron Felix: Cleaned out a liquor cabinet of an old couple's house...they had whiskey and bourbon dating to the early 60s. I tried each one, and was really unimpressed..
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