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wadewood
04-19-2012, 06:11
http://www.tabc.state.tx.us/home/press_releases/2012/20120402.asp

I know we have the federal label database, but Texas now has one for labels approved in Texas.

Newest bourbon approved? SOB.

wadewood
04-19-2012, 06:38
The S.O.B bourbon label is owned by this company - http://www.terressentia.com/terrepure Their story:

TerrePURE is the name of our patented, revolutionary technology which cleans and refines spirits, using a completely natural process, after the standard distillation process is over. It does this by using ultrasonic energy-driven oxidation to complete reactions that fail to complete during the primary distillation, and avoids the time-consuming and inefficient processes of filtration, re-distillation, or barrel aging.

Trey Manthey
04-19-2012, 07:30
What I gather is that they want to replace barrel aging with a master blender who will infuse the spirit with artificial flavors, giving them "the unique ability to produce the world’s best tasting flavored vodkas, rums, tequilas, and more."

Interesting how whiskey was left out of that statement.

AaronWF
04-19-2012, 08:08
TerrePURE is the name of our patented, revolutionary technology which cleans and refines spirits, using a completely natural process, after the standard distillation process is over. It does this by using ultrasonic energy-driven oxidation to complete reactions that fail to complete during the primary distillation, and avoids the time-consuming and inefficient processes of filtration, re-distillation, or barrel aging.

Ooohhhhhhhhh!!!!!!! They had me at ultrasonic!

What's that? Ultrasonic, you say? Well sign me up, my good man! Here, put it in my pants!!

mrviognier
04-19-2012, 09:22
What was it that P.T. Barnum used to say? :rolleyes:

sku
04-19-2012, 11:45
From what I've read, Terrepure is a bottler only and doesn't distill. They also seem to only do private bottlings for restaurants, bars and others who want their own spirits. They've registered a lot of COLAs.

Restaurant man
04-19-2012, 21:09
I've been enjoying terrepure whiskies for years. They age while I am microwaving my popcorn. In fact i have some terrepure duststies that have been discontinued since yesterday. I'm accepting trade offers for PVW15