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  1. #201
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    Re: Whiskey Tree

    Has anybody memorized the entire whiskey tree yet?

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    Re: Whiskey Tree

    http://www.straightbourbon.com/forum...read.php?19879

    Recent tour of Dickel...


    • The barrels have a #4 char on the body (staves) and #2 on the heads and are sourced from KY.
    • The mashbill is 84/8/8

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    Re: Whiskey Tree

    There's a new Brew Pub that opened here this weekend and the whiskey list boldly proclaims that Maker's Mark is a 51/49 wheat bourbon.

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    Re: Whiskey Tree

    If the reason the actual data for LDI is not in the tree is simply because nobody's bothered to type it up, here it is:

    LDI, ??? char, Independent Stave?
    Wheat Bourbon (51/45/4)
    Malt Bourbon (51/0/49)
    Lower Rye Bourbon (75/21/4)
    Higher Rye Bourbon (60/36/4) - Smooth Ambler Old Scout*?
    Corn Bourbon (99/0/1)
    Corn Whiskey (81/15/4)
    Malt Whiskey (0/0/100)
    Rye Whiskey (0/51/49)
    51% Rye Whiskey (45/51/4) – Templeton Rye*?
    95% Rye Whiskey (0/95/5) – Bulleit Rye*
    95% Wheat Whiskey (0/95/5)
    Sells bourbon and rye for many brands including Redemption et al, High West, W.H. Harrison, Cougar (Australia), and KBD

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    Re: Whiskey Tree

    The new TPS single barrel SA Old Scouts are the 21% low rye bourbons. Don't know how that translates to the primary line.

    Edit: The older TPS 7 year bottles are the 36%. That's probably what the standard issue is as well. But it makes me wonder about VOS.

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    Re: Whiskey Tree

    chasking i believe the templeton is the 95 5 aswell
    Bourbon only requires a glass.

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    Re: Whiskey Tree

    Quote Originally Posted by Yeti View Post
    The new TPS single barrel SA Old Scouts are the 21% low rye bourbons. Don't know how that translates to the primary line.

    Edit: The older TPS 7 year bottles are the 36%. That's probably what the standard issue is as well. But it makes me wonder about VOS.
    I'm pretty sure VOS is the 21% rye as well. I remember reading that sometime around their release.

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    Re: Whiskey Tree

    The link doesn't work. Anywhere else I can get it. I want a copy for my whiskey club meeting tonight.

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    Re: Whiskey Tree

    Quote Originally Posted by Mrvinal View Post
    The link doesn't work. Anywhere else I can get it. I want a copy for my whiskey club meeting tonight.
    Which one doesn't work? The MGPI one?
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    Re: Whiskey Tree

    Quote Originally Posted by chasking View Post
    If the reason the actual data for LDI is not in the tree is simply because nobody's bothered to type it up, here it is:

    LDI, ??? char, Independent Stave?
    Wheat Bourbon (51/45/4)
    Malt Bourbon (51/0/49)
    Lower Rye Bourbon (75/21/4)
    Higher Rye Bourbon (60/36/4) - Smooth Ambler Old Scout*?
    Corn Bourbon (99/0/1)
    Corn Whiskey (81/15/4)
    Malt Whiskey (0/0/100)
    Rye Whiskey (0/51/49)
    51% Rye Whiskey (45/51/4) – Templeton Rye*?
    95% Rye Whiskey (0/95/5) – Bulleit Rye*
    95% Wheat Whiskey (0/95/5)
    Sells bourbon and rye for many brands including Redemption et al, High West, W.H. Harrison, Cougar (Australia), and KBD
    That would be why. Thanks for typing it up! I don't think I will include the mashbills without products attached in the next edition, but it is all here in the thread for anyone to see. Thanks!
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