Updated: Aug 26
People talk all the time about Tasting Bourbon. What does this mean? Well, while there are certain requirements (such as new American White Oak charred container, 51% corn, made in the USA), there are also a lot of differences. The mash bills vary, the aging process, if it is finished in a different container, all of this will change the flavor. This is the fun part! We all like different things, so this is your chance to figure out what flavors YOU like. I recommend getting a pen and paper so you can write down what you taste.
So grab a bottle of Coosa Cut Bourbon and let's get to tasting.